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Functional Scoliosis Responds Well to Manual Therapy

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When someone hears the diagnosis “scoliosis” they often think about someone who is hump-backed and deformed, but often that is not the case at all.When someone hears the diagnosis “scoliosis” they often think about someone who is hump-backed and deformed, but often that is not the case at all. There may be many degrees of spinal curvature. I have been fascinated with the treatment of these musculoskeletal conditions which can be very complex, but it does not always have to fall into a frightful medical category.

There are many effective techniques for effectively correcting or preventing the dysfunction from advancing to a painful condition. This article that was published in Massage & Bodywork magazine offers some assessment and treatment solutions for this prevalent disorder.

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