coz i went to chiropracter and he was ass hole,he done no thing for me..not even physical therapy?? any suggestions plzzzAnswer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 6:51 AM on May. 1, 2010 in Health
Answer by tanya_marieh at 7:14 AM on May. 1, 2010
Answer by rkoloms at 7:31 AM on May. 1, 2010
It all depends on how advanced your Scoliosis is. If you have a mild distal curvature of the spine (curving toward the left or right of the median), then you would likely benefit from a supervised (personal trainer) combination program of strength training and stretching exercises.
The stronger and more flexible the larger protagonist and antagonist muscles are around your spine/rib cage (Latissimus Dorsi, Obliques, and Pectoralis Major) are, the better you will be able to move through complete range of motion, and alleviate the pain and stiffness associated with Scoliosis. If you have advanced Scoliosis that is affecting your posture or is beginning to turn into Kyphosis (hump on upper part of the back), then you will need to see an orthopaedic surgeon to discuss your treatment options.
My degrees are in Sports Medicine and Exercise Physiology. I was also a Personal Trainer for 15 years.
Answer by LoriKeet at 8:25 AM on May. 1, 2010
Answer by preacherskid at 8:57 AM on May. 1, 2010
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