Scoliosis is a sideways curvature of the spine. It occurs most often during the growth spurt just before puberty. It can also occur as an adult. Synergy+ has a proven method to manage and decrease scoliosis. It includes a combination or all of the following steps:
1- Hands-on manual therapy
2- Scoliosis-specific physical therapy exercises
3- Pilates exercises, and
4- Exercises to address and improve posture.
Adolescent scoliosis is the most common type of scoliosis. It shows up in the growth years, during puberty. Its progression slows or stops with the closure of the growth plates. Adolescent scoliosis is 4 times more common in girls than in boys.
Synergy+ and its physical therapists can help to:
1- Identify adolescent scoliosis
2- Offer postural corrections
3- Teach stretch and strength exercises, and
4- Minimize compensation patterns and muscle imbalance.
Adult scoliosis can occur for a number of reasons. It can greatly impact posture and balance. Synergy+ has the following method to address adult scoliosis.
1- We use hands-on manual therapy
2- We combined physical therapy and Pilates exercises
3- We minimize the effect of the curvature of the spine, and
4- We restore balance in the body.