What is Scoliosis?
Scoliosis is a neuro-musculo-skeletal disorder that can cause the vertebrae in the spine to laterally curve and rotate. A neurological disorder can also cause hormonal imbalance which can contribute to the development of scoliosis. It is thought that scoliosis is the result of a hereditary problem, hormonal, or adaptation to some trauma, such as the birth process, or an injury, such as falling off a bicycle. It usually starts with problems in the lower back. Because spinal bones continue to grow well into the early 20s, if left uncorrected, scoliosis often worsens. Unfortunately, the most common treatment approach has been to wait and see how bad it gets, resorting to unsightly braces, or eventually surgery, if it progresses too far. Most of the scoliosis are classified as “Idiopathic Scoliosis” or unknown cause scoliosis. There is also “Congenital Scoliosis” which usually occurs due to congenital anomalies of the vertebrae or ribs.
Three Types of Idiopathic Scoliosis
With in Classification of Idiopathic Scoliosis there are three types:
Infantile Idiopathic Scoliosis
This occurs between birth and three years of age.
This occurs between birth and three years of age.
This occurs between the ages of 3 through 10 with an average age of 7. This type can lead to severe lateral curvature and upward of 30% will eventually have corrective surgery. Chiropractic and Beyond to Bones and Beyond Scoliosis Method, powered by CLEAR Institute, can correct this type of scoliosis early so that surgery can be avoided shortly.
Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis
This occurs between ages of 10 and skeletal maturity. The most common type of Idiopathic Scoliosis is Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis. Our Scoliosis Correction Method are dedicated to using the most advance scoliosis correction method in the world, powered by CLEAR Institute, to correct one spine at a time. Our Scoliosis correction method is a revolutionary approach that has proven not only to stabilize scoliosis curves but also reduce the scoliosis curvature without the use of a brace!
Three Main Treatments
Your treatment consists of three main parts:
Soften the tissues and muscles affecting your scoliosis, making them pliable and workable in other words, fixable!
A comprehensive, manual adjustment based on 41 different measurements and 21 different angles to correct abnormal spinal curvatures and misalignment.
Re-Train your body to hold your Neurological, Muscular, and Skeletal corrections permanently.
Steps to Scoliosis Correction
Go to a CLEAR Certified Scoliosis Expert to obtain your current Scoliosis measurements with specialized X-rays and a direct examination. These precision measurements will assess your spine not only for scoliosis-induced lateral bend but for any left or right sliding or rotation as well.
No two cases of scoliosis are identical. Following your initial examination, your CLEAR Certified Scoliosis Expert will work with you to help you achieve a thorough understanding of your individual scoliosis condition in terms of spinal lateral curvature, vertebral rotation, and biomechanics involved in lifting, walking, standing, sitting, and various sleeping positions. Such understanding is essential for preventing the curvature from progressing as well as for maintaining the gains in reversing your scoliosis curvature achieved in STEP 3.
Once you have a thorough understanding of your individual scoliosis condition, the next step is working with your CLEAR certified Scoliosis Expert to reverse the process. Although most scoliosis is idiopathic (that is, arising spontaneously for unknown reasons), it is also known that scoliosis has a neurological component. In addition to its series of manual adjustments customized for each patient’s needs, the CLEAR Method also focuses on neurological re-training as a key to reversing scoliosis curvature.
The Best Scoliosis Correction Method
Our Scoliosis Correction Method has a 95% success rate. This is the best scoliosis correction method compare with other available scoliosis correction method as of now, including any braces (hard or flexible brace), or surgery (for most idiopathic scoliosis types). “Wait and See” is technically not a correction method. Plus the scoliosis curvature is either going to get worse or a lot worse, which is not a very good at all.
Things That All People with Scoliosis Should Know
The success of this Scoliosis Correction Method depends on two things:
- Participation of specific activities in the office and at home by anyone who is considering undergoing our Scoliosis Correction Method to Reverse the Curvature.
- Compliance to your office appointment. Changes in the body occur slowly. So don’t expect a Gi-Normus reduction in one visit. It is not going to happen!
Learn all the facts about your scoliosis, and if you think that you can do the two things that we mention above, this is right for you. The formula for correcting the curvature is:
WORK + EFFORT = RESULT
It is that simple for a complex condition!