“Here’s the Perfect Solution If You Want To Find Out WHY You Have Scoliosis & What You Can Do About It”

Why Scoliosis Sucks & How it Can Ruin Your Life!

The 5 Warning Signs of Scoliosis You Must Be Aware Of

The Most Common Causes of Scoliosis

Our Approach to Treating Scoliosis Without Surgery

If You Have Ongoing Spine Troubles, You Know Exactly How Debilitating It Can Be…

Scoliosis, or curvature of the spine, often occurs when children are just entering puberty, which is a stressful enough time without also having to deal with a physical limitation. The cause is not always known, although rarer forms are connected to neuromuscular origins, muscular dystrophy or cerebral palsy. Yet through a range of treatments, including scoliosis specific physical therapy.

You can trust that you will receive the best care possible at our Fort MyersCape Coral & Estero, FL physical therapy clinics. Back In Motion Physical Therapy & Performance employs highly skilled physical therapists. In addition, our experts will evaluate your situation and advise you on the best course of action.

Call Back In Motion Physical Therapy & Performance today to learn more about how our physical therapy services can help you manage your neurological condition.

What are Warning Signs of Scoliosis?

In general, a lack of alignment in the upper body may indicate that a child has scoliosis. Specifically, if one hip and/or one shoulder looks higher than the other, or one shoulder blade seems to be more easily discernible than the other, scoliosis may be a factor.

In more advanced cases, back pain, a pronounced curve in the spine, or ribs that are noticeably more prominent on one side, can be a scoliosis indicator. Difficulty in breathing may occur, as your ribs press against one or both lungs.

Children with moderate and severe cases of scoliosis will often need more intervention than physical therapy alone. Bracing is common for moderate scoliosis.

In mild cases, however, physical therapy may be enough. PT can additionally augment more aggressive treatment for moderate and severe cases.

What Causes Scoliosis?

This is the most common type of scoliosis, and its exact cause is unknown. It typically develops during adolescence and may be influenced by genetic factors.

This type of scoliosis occurs at birth due to abnormal vertebral development during fetal growth.

This type of scoliosis results from underlying neuromuscular conditions such as cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, spinal cord injury, or other neurological disorders that affect muscle control and coordination.

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Our Approach to Treating Scoliosis

Because scoliosis combines bending of the spine in multiple ways, it’s not easy to correct, but it can be done if you take the RIGHT approach.

Please watch this quick video below describing our approach to correct scoliosis and how we do it.

Let's See if We Can Help With Your Scoliosis…

Our Fort Myers, Cape Coral & Estero, FL physical therapist can help you retrain your body to function more effectively with your particular alignment issues. In addition, physical therapy increases your range of motion, as well as builds strength in parts of your body which have been weakened through misalignment.

Physical therapy is also useful for scoliosis patients who have muscles and joints which have stiffened over time. Through massage therapy, your physical therapist will ease this tension, while redirecting movement.

We believe in a holistic approach to care, considering not only the physical aspects but also our patients’ emotional and psychological well-being. Our compassionate team will be there to support you every step of the way, offering encouragement and motivation as you progress on your journey to recovery.

Our Scoliosis Treatment Success Stories

” I had a 15 degree curve that was corrected with specific exercises that Back in Motion prescribed”

Rodger A

“My child was able to avoid scoliosis surgery!”

Cheryl A – Cape Coral

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What's Your Next Step?

Here’s How Most People Start Their Journey Towards Overcoming Their Scoliosis…