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Watch Your Back

By / January 24, 2018

Watch Your Back One of the most important parts of the human body is the back. When your back starts to give out on you – either through various ailments or through sheer old age – it’s time to get some serious help because once your back goes dead, you’re only a little bit better […]

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Dealing With Scoliosis

By / January 23, 2018

Dealing With Scoliosis Living with scoliosis doesn’t mean you can’t live your life to the fullest. The spine or backbone is responsible for keeping the body in an upright position. If something happens to it, we can encounter difficulty in doing a lot of things. Scoliosis is a condition that affects the spine. A curved […]

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Adult Scoliosis

By / January 22, 2018

Adult Scoliosis Adult Scoliosis is a spinal abnormality that occurs during adulthood, or is a continuation of the disease that was undiagnosed or ignored during childhood or adolescence. Adult Scoliosis is generally idiopathic, which means that its cause is unknown. However, several other types of Scoliosis also occur in adults. These include congenital curve, paralytic […]

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The Lumbar Scoliosis Brace – To Help Check Spinal Degeneration

By / January 21, 2018

The Lumbar Scoliosis Brace – To Help Check Spinal Degeneration Scoliosis is the lateral curvature of the spine. It is a progressive disease. Little evidence has been found on the effectiveness of exercises on scoliosis, though there are reports that show some improvement in the degree of curvature. What so far has not been determined […]

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A Life With Scoliosis

By / January 20, 2018

A Life With Scoliosis Scoliosis is a medical condition that refers to a lateral or rotational curve and deformities in the spine. There are different types and causes of scoliosis. A congenital scoliosis is a condition that has developed after birth while an idiopathic scoliosis develops as a secondary symptom of another condition. Scoliosis can […]

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Yoga: The Most Effective Scoliosis Exercise

By / January 19, 2018

Yoga: The Most Effective Scoliosis Exercise Scoliosis is a condition in which a person has side-to-side spinal curves in addition to the normal curves through which the lower portion of the human back curves inwards. The most effective remedy for such a condition is Scoliosis exercises. Although many exercises help in reducing the Scoliosis-related problems, […]

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Scoliosis: Check Your Curves Early

By / January 18, 2018

Scoliosis: Check Your Curves Early What do Elizabeth Taylor, Renee Ruso, Isabella Rossellini, and Linda Blair all have in common? Aside from the obvious fact that they are popular and gorgeous celebrities, these women suffer from a back problem called scoliosis. Scoliosis is a medical condition that is characterized by the presence of curvatures and […]

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Exercises to Correct Scoliosis

By / January 17, 2018

Exercises to Correct Scoliosis A question that people normally ask is whether exercises to correct scoliosis are effective. Scoliosis is the lateral curvature of the spine. It is a progressive disease. Experts feel that exercises to correct scoliosis are not that effective, as little evidence is found about the effectiveness of exercises. However, exercises do […]

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Scoliosis: a problem of uneven curves

By / January 16, 2018

Scoliosis: a problem of uneven curves Scoliosis is a condition in which a person has side-to-side spinal curves in addition to the normal curves through which the lower portion of the human back curves inwards. Standing upright cannot cure these side-to-side curves. Some of the bones of a person suffering from scoliosis also shift from […]

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Yoga and Exercise as Scoliosis Treatments

By Barbara Kelly / January 16, 2018

Yoga and Exercise as Scoliosis Treatments As defined in medical terminology, scoliosis is characterized as a complex rotational and lateral deformity and curvature of the human spine. This condition may either be classified as idiopathic, a secondary symptom, or congenital. Causes for some forms of scoliosis are still undefined or unknown. This condition is more […]

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