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Scoliosis Causes, Symptoms and Diagnosis: Overview

Scoliosis is a medical condition where the spine is curved from side to side. The spine of an individual with a typical scoliosis may seem similar to an “S” than a straight line. Approximately 2 percent of the population will have scoliosis in their spine and approximately 10 percent of these are extreme.

Scoliosis is named according to where the apex of the curvature in the spine does occur. Most commonly these curves happen in the thoracic (mid-back) and thoracolumbar (junction between the thoracic and lumbar) areas of the spine. Scoliosis doesn’t generally occur in the neck.

Adolescence, particularly between 11 and 14 years of age is the best time to screen the backbone for scoliosis. Scoliosis can progress throughout adulthood if not treated throughout youth. Being examined and treated at any phase can significantly enhance comfort power and mobility.

Causes of Scoliosis

Several kinds of scoliosis exist:

Structural (Idiopathic) scoliosis has genetic roots. A family history of scoliosis, especially across the aspect that is female can improve the likelihood of having it by up to 20 percent. Idiopathic scoliosis usually develops in early adolescence between the ages of 11-14, with a higher incidence happening in women than males (1:1). Progression of scoliosis is more frequent in women than males. The curvature in the backbone can progress if left untreated and undiagnosed in adolescence.

Functional scoliosis can develop in adulthood, usually in reaction to an injury or repetitive practice of asymmetrical activities (i.e. tennis, golf swing and so forth). It is a curvature in the spine which has formed from overuse of muscles on one aspect of the side and under-use of muscles on the aspect that is reciprocal. It could reverse with exercise and proper therapy because it is muscular based.

Pathology-associated scoliosis can arise in reaction or in people with neuromuscular disease including muscular dystrophy to some severe problems for the spinal cord for example quadriplegia.

Scoliosis Symptoms

Physical signs in children following the age of 8 that parents should suspect is scoliosis:

  • Uneven hips
  • Uneven shoulders
  • One shoulder blade being more prominent than the other
  • Listing (bending) to one side
  • Pain around the areas above imbalanced areas

Contrary to common opinion, scoliosis does perhaps not be a consequence of inadequate posture. It can progress to bad posture of spinal muscles that are weak or a sever curve as a result.

Scoliosis and Spine Health Diagnosis

A healthcare professional or doctor usually undertakes within a regimen clinical evaluation checking for scoliosis.

The spine specialist will examine your backbone, shoulders, ribcage, pelvis, legs and feet for asymmetry and abnormalities. When a significant scoliosis is suspected by them, they’ll arrange for x-rays to validate your Cobb angle, or severity of scoliosis.

A review will be required by a substantial curvature in the spine detected in adolescence from an orthopedic spine specialist. Finding out what type of scoliosis your child may have is essential because different sorts of scoliosis improvement in different ways and need various remedies.

Adult Scoliosis: Questions and Answers

The scope of our information is limited to chiropractic and spinal injuries and conditions. To discuss options on the subject matter, please feel free to ask Dr. Jimenez or contact us at 915-850-0900
By Dr. Alex Jimenez

Additional Topics: Scoliosis Pain and Chiropractic

According to recent research studies, chiropractic care and exercise can substantially help correct scoliosis. Scoliosis is a well-known type of spinal misalignment, or subluxation, characterized by the abnormal, lateral curvature of the spine. While there are two different types of scoliosis, chiropractic treatment techniques, including spinal adjustments and manual manipulations, are safe and effective alternative treatment measures which have been demonstrated to help correct the curve of the spine, restoring the original function of the spine.

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