For scoliosis treatment, Fort Worth Texas residents can trust Neuropathy and Pain Centers of Texas. Scoliosis is a condition that affects spinal alignment, causing the spine to curve abnormally and appear as an “S” shape when viewed from the back, instead of the normal straight line. Affecting approximately 2%-3% of American teenagers, scoliosis is typically found during a school screening. Because of its abnormal spinal alignment,this condition creates muscle strain and off-center vertebrae, which can affect surrounding nerves, cause pain, and limit the patient’s range of movement.
Treatment of scoliosis usually involves a brace, with surgery only rarely recommended.There are a variety of causes of scoliosis, including bone abnormality at birth (congenital scoliosis), muscle or nerve abnormality (neuromuscular scoliosis), and injury, trauma, illness, or surgery (degenerative scoliosis). In about 80% of all scoliosis cases there is no identifiable cause, leading to a diagnosis of idiopathic scoliosis.
In Fort Worth, scoliosis professionals at Neuropathy and Pain Centers of Texas embrace an integrated approach to wellness. Natural, non-invasive therapies like chiropractic, massage, and physiotherapy are implemented, rather than medicinal or surgical options, providing scoliosis treatment that emphasizes optimal posture and spinal alignment, to alleviate the patient’s pain and improve mobility through natural, rehabilitative therapies. If you’re seeking treatment for scoliosis in Fort Worth Texas, call Neuropathy and Pain Centers of Texas to see how we can help. Neuropathy and Pain Centers of Texas can provide safe, effective treatment for scoliosis in Arlington and Fort Worth.
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Neuropathy and Pain Centers of Texas offers non-invasive pain-management therapies, including physical rehabilitation, laser pain relief and chiropractic in Fort Worth, TX, 76132, and Arlington, TX, 76010. Call to schedule your appointment today at the most convenient office and see which of our treatments are right for you at (817) 263-9700 or (817) 265-5200