Scoliosis is the medical term for an abnormal curve in the spine. It has many implications for people suffering with it, most notably frequent and severe pain. Scolisos is a condition that must be managed well to prevent further bouts of pain, and increases in abnormal spinal curve.Often the changes are not reversible with conventional therapy.
Scoliosis is a condition that is close to Dr Nave's (chiro) heart. As a teen Dr Nave (chiro) was diagnosed with a moderate scoliosis curve. After being managed by many health professionals, with little results, Dr Nave (chiro) found a chiropractor who helped manage his pain. This is what inspired him to become a chiropractor.
Dr Samuel J. Nave (chiro) has had extensive training in the management of patients with scoliosis.
His goal is simple: to help people with scoliosis to live better lives, without being impacted by their condition. His treatment and exercise programs from scoliosis ensure this becomes a reality.
The cause of scoliosis is not well documented. However, here are some possible links.
Scoliosis is most common in young girls. When assessing the scoliosis it is important to identify the degree of the curve. This allows the chiropractor to monitor changes, being able to act early if bracing or surgery become a necessity.
The SEAS approach utilizes corrective neuromuscular exercises to prevent the potential need for bracing and fusion for scoliosis patients. Creating spinal stability to prevent the condition hampering daily activities. That coupled with specific chiropractic adjustments to the spine help the patient to live well, and prevent other more invasive therapies.