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Soft Scoliosis Braces: An Effective Treatment Option (Conclusion)

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A soft scoliosis brace is necessary for stopping spinal curvature degradation. Why?  As we covered previously, the further the spine pushes laterally to the side the more forces will affect the entire cage adding to the ribcage deformation. Scoliosis Braces and Tricking the Spine and Core Muscles This makes it necessary to “unlock” the spinal […]

Scoliosis Bracing for Adults

Scoliosis bracing for adults is important and often overlooked.  While scoliosis is a condition often associated with adolescents, adults can develop it as well. Idiopathic Scoliosis and Scoliosis Bracing for Adults Soft scoliosis bracing for adults helps to stop the progression of scoliosis.  The the case of idiopathic scoliosis, this may be all the more […]

Scoliosis Bracing and Treatment Options

Scoliosis treatment options depend on the severity as well as the type of scoliosis a patient has been diagnosed with… Scoliosis Bracing:  Basic Info on Scoliosis Scoliosis bracing is one option for scoliosis.  Scoliosis is a medical condition in which the spine curves sideways. In healthy people, the spine usually assumes a straight line through […]

Scoliosis Bracing Fast Facts

If your spine doctor has recommended scoliosis bracing as your treatment option, you probably have a lot of questions about it.  So with that said, here are some quick facts about scoliosis. Scoliosis Facts First off, what is scoliosis?  Scoliosis (sko-lee-O-sis) is a spinal disorder with a sideways curve of the spine.  Usually curves occur in […]

Scoliosis Causes: Genetics and Disease

What causes scoliosis?  While there are some inroads to knowing it, in a lot of cases, we don’t know.  This article will explore some known factors for developing curvature of the spine. Spina Bifida:  One Cause of Scoliosis Spina bifida is one cause of scoliosis.  What is spina bifida? According to WebMD: “Spina bifida is […]

Scoliosis Q&A

Scoliosis is a condition that is often misunderstood.  This article will attempt to address some common misconceptions about curvature of the spine and what can be done to treat it. Who Gets Scoliosis? Who gets scoliosis?  Well first off, you have to realize that there are generally considered to be two main types of scoliosis: […]