Scoliosis – Does Treatment Without Surgery Work?

Over the years, I’ve had many people come to me extremely concerned. They’ve had a scan – and been diagnosed with scoliosis. This is a medical term that often conjures up frightening pictures in people’s minds, so I’d like to clarify some of the issues around scoliosis now.

Firstly – what is scoliosis?

Is it a serious concern? Does it mean you’re going to suffer from chronic back pain and arthritis?

Fortunately, the answer to these questions is somewhat different from what most people think – watch the video below find out more.

And for a guide more effective pain relief of back, neck and shoulder muscles from trigger point therapy – just click here.

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Jacqueline June 5, 2012

Thanks Johnathan
Do you know if there is any correlation between mild to moderate scoliosis and shoulder impingement due to altered biomechanics?

Nen Sorensen June 5, 2012

Thank you Dr. Jon, I did not know that scoliosis can be helped with the trigger point therapy. I have gained more knowledge from your website. Thank you

Robin Runck April 3, 2013

Two comments:
A foot doctor once said to me, “The meek shall inherit the earth because all the athletes injure or kill themselves doing something the rest of us can’t or won’t do.”

I met a teacher in his 60’s who said he is the longest living person with spinal bifida. He said he has been on a few national talk shows, had countless surgeries, and can still walk but with a limp. He was real friendly and happy, more than me.

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