What is scoliosis?
Scoliosis is, as I said, one or more skews in the back. These imbalances can affect your posture. The typical skews in the back are S-shaped or C-shaped. An S-shaped scoliosis is…
Scoliosis Straightened after 3 hours of exercises – before and after 3 appointments over 6 months 2022
What is scoliosis?
Scoliosis is, as I said, one or more skews in the back. These imbalances can affect your posture. The typical skews in the back are S-shaped or C-shaped. An S-shaped scoliosis is a skew where your spine is like an S (The skews are greatest in the lumbar spine and thoracic spine). In a C-shaped scoliosis, the skew is pronounced at the thoracic spine. It is important to state that scoliosis is the term for a visible skew in the back. The skew can cause your shoulders to have different heights or your back to be skewed when you bend forward. You may also find that your hips do not have the same height or your head is skewed. This skew can typically be seen by a scan of the back. A scoliosis is thus not the same as a locked joint, which temporarily makes your posture skewed.
What is the cause of scoliosis?
The causes of scoliosis can be either structural or non-structural. The structural causes can be a caused skew in the back. It can also be due to an injury to the back or an illness that affects or has affected the spine. If you have a structural scoliosis, you will have a skewed back constantly – both when you stand, sit and lie down. If, on the other hand, your scoliosis is a non-structural scoliosis, the cause may be a difference in leg length or a rotation in the pelvis. This can cause scoliosis when standing and walking. Scoliosis, on the other hand, can be settled when you sit or lie down.
What are the symptoms of scoliosis?
Not everyone experiences symptoms of scoliosis, as the bias develops over time. In very severe scoliosis, the typical symptoms are:
- Back pain (local or around the entire spine).
- Fatigue around the back (local fatigue or fatigue around the entire spine).
- Weakness in the back.
- Walking difficulties (If there is a difference in leg length in particular).
- Digestive problems.
- Breathing problems.
What can I do?
Exercise can keep the pain down while you can strengthen your muscles. It is important that you focus especially on strengthening your back muscles, as lack of exercise can aggravate your symptoms. In some cases, a corset may be needed to support and correct the skew. A cross most often has the best effect when used on young people who are still growing. It is difficult to change the skew in the back after adulthood. Therefore, physical activity is best for children and younger people. If you are older, avoid heavy lifting or walking around with heavy backpacks.
What is my forecast?
If you exercise regularly, you have a good prognosis. The scoliosis cannot be removed, but it can be kept down. This means that you do not experience a worsening of your symptoms and thus can live a life without back pain. If you have major symptoms of scoliosis or a very pronounced scoliosis, surgery may be necessary. However, it is very rare that it becomes necessary.
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