Have you seen a round bump on your back while looking in the mirror?

Afraid you may have or are developing a hunchback?

These things often make you wish you had listened to grandma when she chastised you about your poor posture and not sitting or walking straight.

Now, decades later, your back is wonky, and you don’t know what to do about it. Worry not! We have a lot of answers for you.

With us, you will be ‘back to your old self in no time! We can show you exactly how to improve and reverse your hunchback!


What Is A Hunchback?

A hunchback, or Kyphosis, known medically, is a forward rounding of the back. While it could occur at any time, it is more common among older women.

Kyphosis due to age is usually caused when spinal bones crack due to weakness. Infants or teens may also get other types of Kyphosis due to abnormal formation of their spine.

Mild Kyphosis does not cause too many problems and can be dealt with relatively simply. Severe Kyphosis, on the other hand, can be disfiguring and can cause pain. Its treatment depends on age, the cause, and the extent of the curvature.

If you have mild Kyphosis, you might not spot any noticeable signs on the outside. If you experience pain and stiffness, it might be a sign to take a trip to the doc.

Severe Kyphosis, on the other hand, will be pretty noticeable – fatigue, a protruding bump on your back, along with pain, stiffness, and cramps are telltale signs. You may also have tenderness around the area.


What Causes A Hunchback or Kyphosis?

Each section of your spine has a natural curve to it. Kyphosis relates to the bend in the thoracic spine in the middle of your back. The individual vertebrae in your back make up a healthy spine shaped like stacked up cylinders. Kyphosis happens when the upper back vertebrae become wedge-shaped.

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There could be several causes of Kyphosis.


Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis is a bone-thinning disorder that can cause your spine to curve spinal curvature, especially if there are compression fractures due to weakened vertebrae. This is a most common condition in older women and people who consume corticosteroids for long periods.

Fractures

Crushed or broken vertebrae, also known as compression fractures, can cause your spine to curve outwards. These mild fractures don’t usually produce noticeable signs or symptoms.

Degenerative Spinal Arthritis

The bones in your spine may experience some stiffness and may get worse over time, just like any other part of your body. Ankylosing spondylitis, a form of inflammatory arthritis, usually strikes in early adulthood.

Disk Degeneration

Your spine has soft, circular disks between vertebrae that act as cushions. As one age, these disks dry out and shrink and are known to worsen Kyphosis.

Scheuermann’s Disease

This disease, also known as Scheuermann’s Kyphosis, typically begins when teens experience a growth spurt before puberty. This is a lot more common in boys than in girls.

Birth Defects

As with many other conditions, undeveloped spinal bones before birth can cause Kyphosis.

Each section of your spine has a natural curve to it. Kyphosis relates to the bend in the thoracic spine in the middle of your back. The individual vertebrae in your back make up a healthy spine shaped like stacked up cylinders. Kyphosis happens when the upper back vertebrae become wedge-shaped.

There could be several causes of Kyphosis.

Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis is a bone-thinning disorder that can cause your spine to curve spinal curvature, especially if there are compression fractures due to weakened vertebrae. This is a most common condition in older women and people who consume corticosteroids for long periods.

Fractures

Crushed or broken vertebrae, also known as compression fractures, can cause your spine to curve outwards. These mild fractures don’t usually produce noticeable signs or symptoms.

Degenerative Spinal Arthritis

The bones in your spine may experience some stiffness and may get worse over time, just like any other part of your body. Ankylosing spondylitis, a form of inflammatory arthritis, usually strikes in early adulthood.

Disk Degeneration

Your spine has soft, circular disks between vertebrae that act as cushions. As one age, these disks dry out and shrink and are known to worsen Kyphosis.

Scheuermann’s Disease

This disease, also known as Scheuermann’s Kyphosis, typically begins when teens experience a growth spurt before puberty. This is a lot more common in boys than in girls.

Birth Defects

As with many other conditions, undeveloped spinal bones before birth can cause Kyphosis.


Enter The Gray Method™ To Reverse Your Hunchback!

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Back in Motion’s Gray Method™ is here to help. We can improve and even reverse your hunchback!

Named after me the founder and inventor of the Gray Method™, but also because there are many “grey areas” when treating a patient. Not everything always has a direct cause and effect, i.e., not everything is completely black and white.

“The Gray Method™” is a compilation of the approaches of countless experts I studied and worked with, along with his personal experience and successes with patients.

Pinpointing the CAUSE and starting point of your pain, injury, pain, or stiffness is the premise behind this whole method. It doesn’t just deal with the immediate symptoms.

By employing “The Gray Method™,” not only will your pain be alleviated, but you will also know exactly why your back curved the way it did in the first place.

Through this, you will know for sure where it all started and avoid it so that the pain doesn’t pay you another visit. The treatment makes no sense if it’s only going to give temporary relief and come back a few months later?

It is essential to address the root cause and underlying issue especially when it comes to hunchbacks.

More importantly, the Gray Method™ does not isolate just one problem area and treats that as if it exists independent of the rest of the body. The entire body is examined and seen as one unit that functions in relation to each other.

This method does not stop at the surface. All underlying causes of your pain, stiffness, or injury are addressed. We also stimulate the body to heal itself through movement, hands-on care, and patient education without all the MRI’s, X-RAYS, or other expensive tests.


BONUS: Improve Your Hunchback Immediately with This Exercise!

Watch the video below that I demonstrated at a seminar to learn an easy exercise that I recommend EVERYONE should do EVERYDAY till the day they die. This exercise will help improve posture, reduce back stiffness, and help reverse your hunchback!

We don’t claim to be able to help everyone, but we have been able to help the majority of people we see on a day-to-day basis and see their lives transform.

Well, what are you waiting for? Get relief and correct your hunchback by filling out a simple form by clicking here or calling our office directly at 239-766-5590 to learn more about how the Gray Method™ can help you reverse your hunchback once and for all!