Scoliosis Management

For scoliosis treatment, Washington and Alaska residents have an excellent option in Northwest Pain Relief Center. Scoliosis is a condition that affects spinal alignment causing the spine to curve abnormally and appear as an “S” shape when viewed from the back, when it normally looks like a straight line. Typically found during a school screening, this condition affects approximately 2%-3% of American teenagers, and impacts more girls than boys. Scoliosis can cause pain and limit the patient’s range of movement because the abnormal spinal alignment creates muscle strain and can cause the vertebrae to be off-center, which can affect surrounding nerves. To correct these problems, you can trust the expertise of the medical professionals at Northwest Pain Relief Center.

Scoliosis treatment usually involves a brace and surgery which is only recommended in about .01% of cases. Many things can cause scoliosis including bone abnormality at birth (congenital scoliosis), muscle or nerve abnormality (neuromuscular scoliosis), and injury, trauma, illness, or surgery (degenerative scoliosis). There is no identifiable cause for about 80% of all scoliosis cases, and this leads to a diagnosis of idiopathic scoliosis.

At Northwest Pain Relief Center, scoliosis specialists embrace an integrated approach to wellness. Striving to utilize non-invasive therapies, like bracing and physical rehabilitation, rather than medicinal or surgical options. The scoliosis doctors at Northwest Pain Relief Center offer treatment that emphasizes optimal posture and spinal alignment to improve a patient’s pain and mobility through natural, rehabilitative therapies. For those struggling with scoliosis in both Washington and Alaska, Northwest Pain Relief Center can help.

Call Northwest Pain Relief Center Today

If you’re seeking treatment for scoliosis, Washington and Alaska have clinics to meet your needs. Northwest Pain Relief Center offers non-invasive physical medicine treatments, including scoliosis management throughout Washington and Alaska. For your FREE consultation, call us today at 855-959-7246

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