Your body is amazing in its ability to adapt. With scoliosis, the muscles on either side of your spine literally shorten or lengthen over time, allowing them to give your spine the best possible support, given the scenario. However as that pattern progresses, it becomes more and more difficult to correct. This is why it is important to address it sooner than later. The longer you wait, the more it will take to re-train your body back to the way it is supposed to move and feel.
If you have scoliosis, then you’re probably wondering what can be done about it. One important element to reduce the pain and symptoms of scoliosis is getting the hip balanced and moving. Along with the importance of mobilizing the spine, the hip serves as the foundation for your spine and when it is moving freely, it is able to give better support, taking unnecessary pressure off your spine. Myopractic is a manual therapy focused on improving mobility and flexibility not only in the hip and spine but throughout the whole body in an effort to aid your body to naturally address pain and dysfunction.