Scoliosis is a condition that results in a lateral curve of the spine. It is when the vertebrae on one side of the spine deviate from their normal alignment to form an "S" or "C" shape. Sometimes it can be caused by genetics or hormonal issues during puberty, as the most common age of onset for scoliosis is between 10 and 15 years old, but it can occur at any age.

Upper Cervical Chiropractic can help with scoliosis because it focuses on neck vertebrae, which directly impact the rest of your spine. While many people know that chiropractic care helps address and manage scoliosis, few understand why.

It is believed that the adjustment of the upper cervical vertebrae causes changes in the workings of the cerebellum, affecting how your body processes and reacts to sensory information. This can result in greater balance, improved coordination, and an overall reduction in muscle tone. In addition to those benefits, it’s also reported that Upper Cervical chiropractic care has helped many patients with scoliosis who suffer from headaches or migraines. So, if you have been suffering from long-term discomfort and pain, help yourself and get in touch with a credible chiropractor for scoliosis.


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Upper Cervical at Cape Coral for Scoliosis and Vertigo
In this video, Sheila shares her experience with upper cervical care at Corrective Spina Care of Florida. Sheila’s problem started during middle school back in her high school days. She was told she has scoliosis. She had a lot of fainting and dizzy spells experience. Sheila ...
Constant Back Pains, Fibromyalgia, and Scoliosis Naturally Fixed Through Upper Cervical Care
Brittany was suffering from constant back pains since she was young, also with fibromyalgia and diagnosed with scoliosis. As she passed by Corrective Spinal Care of Florida, she figured this might help relieve some pain. Prior to her adjustment sessions at the office, she was j...

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