Start Healing Without Medicine or Injections
Scoliosis, also known as spinal curvature, is a medical condition causing the spine to twist and can lead to complications if left untreated. Fortunately, in some cases, scoliosis can be treated with non-surgical options like physical therapy, which aims to restore proper posture and strength to the back and core muscles.
Effective Physical Therapy Options
When it comes to treating scoliosis, working with a physical therapist is often ideal. A certified physical therapist can help you retrain your body’s movement patterns and ensure you maintain proper posture. They can also help you develop exercises that will strengthen your core muscles in order to reduce symptoms of scoliosis.
How Pinnacle Physical Therapy Can Help You
If you are suffering from back pain caused by scoliosis, Pinnacle Physical Therapy can help. By assessing your mobility and physical condition, Dr. Murphy and his team will work with you to develop a recovery plan that can alleviate your pain and improve your quality of life. They will provide customized treatment options designed to meet each of your unique needs.
Our Relieved Clients
“I have been searching for a PT to help with chronic back pain due to scoliosis for the last three years. Brian is the 7th PT I’ve visited. I finally found a PT who not only listens, he teaches too, explains why things are the way they are. He works directly with me for the entire hour, teaches the exercises and ensures I am doing them correctly . He addresses any issues with pain by focusing on that area. There aren’t any PT techs, just him and the patient. I love that about this place.”