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    How to correct scoliosis?

    In scoliosis, there is excessive lateral curvature of the spinal column. If the curvature is relatively minor you can do exercises to stretch the concave side and strengthen and shorten the convex side of the curve. This usually brings about straightening of the spine. If there is also rotation of the vertebral column, the affected abdominal oblique or erector spinae muscles must be strengthened.

    - What are the exercises that will correct scoliosis?
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    Originally Posted by JOSEF RAKICH View Post
    In scoliosis, there is excessive lateral curvature of the spinal column. If the curvature is relatively minor you can do exercises to stretch the concave side and strengthen and shorten the convex side of the curve. This usually brings about straightening of the spine. If there is also rotation of the vertebral column, the affected abdominal oblique or erector spinae muscles must be strengthened.

    - What are the exercises that will correct scoliosis?
    You really need to ask a certified physical therapist or rehabilitation center about this as opposed to asking on here. This is a question for a professional.
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    In the instruction booklet from my chiropractor.

    Those with scoliosis. stand near a wall and put a box against the opposite hip and slide the top of their body over the top.

    Also at the actual chiropractor They can put straps around your pelvis, back and ribs and hold you in for like 20 minutes to slowly train your body to move back into shape.

    Even just normal back crackign they do over time it is possible your scoliosis will be less as your spine moves into a better position.

    Also I imagine if you get a kneeling chair and also have better sleep and standing posture it could help it slowly improve.

    I think many people sleep on their side on cheap spring beds on one particular side which could cause this imo.
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    The picture shows a woman holding a shoebox next to her left hip and she hangs the top of her body against the wall. That would be if she is curved to the right.

    Also there is one where you stick the box next to your left shoulder. I suppose it depends how high or low on the spine the scoliosis is.
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    THe forward and backwards ones I do for my forward posture.

    You extend into the position and hold for 5-10 seconds. and day by day you increase and slowly increase to 10 sets of 10 reps.
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    Originally Posted by watertoy View Post
    In the instruction booklet from my chiropractor.

    Those with scoliosis. stand near a wall and put a box against the opposite hip and slide the top of their body over the top.

    Also at the actual chiropractor They can put straps around your pelvis, back and ribs and hold you in for like 20 minutes to slowly train your body to move back into shape.

    Even just normal back crackign they do over time it is possible your scoliosis will be less as your spine moves into a better position.

    Also I imagine if you get a kneeling chair and also have better sleep and standing posture it could help it slowly improve.

    I think many people sleep on their side on cheap spring beds on one particular side which could cause this imo.
    Awesome thanks for the post, repped.

    But i dont quite understand what you mean by the bit i highlighted in bold. If you could explain it a little more so i understand exctally what you are talking about, thanks.
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    Just look at the picture of the two women I posted. That is the full position. The relaxed position would just be standing up.

    http://idealspine.com/

    This is the website my booklet says to go to.

    http://cbppatient.com/
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    Originally Posted by watertoy View Post
    The picture shows a woman holding a shoebox next to her left hip and she hangs the top of her body against the wall. That would be if she is curved to the right.

    Also there is one where you stick the box next to your left shoulder. I suppose it depends how high or low on the spine the scoliosis is.
    Originally Posted by watertoy View Post


    One example.
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    THe forward and backwards ones I do for my forward posture.

    You extend into the position and hold for 5-10 seconds. and day by day you increase and slowly increase to 10 sets of 10 reps.
    Thanks again for the posts Watertoy, relly helpfull and good examples also, i now understand more clearly, so basically one should that posistion for 5-10 secounds, but does this equals 1 rep or 1 set?
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    1 rep lasts five ten seconds. you start off with a few and slowly build up to ten sets of ten. But I dont think it matters that much you could work up to 100 individual reps a day. which i think is safer if you only have to concentrate on one perfect rep. the book says to to ten sets of ten.

    i personally dont do mine like they say. I just do one long rep when im bored like standing in an elevator or waiting in a line or on an escalator. But i dont have sideways scoliosis. I have forward posture and for that there is only two exercises. One where you pull your whole neck fully back and look straight up at the sky. and there is another one where you lean forward and look at the sky.
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    Originally Posted by watertoy View Post
    Just look at the picture of the two women I posted. That is the full position. The relaxed position would just be standing up.

    http://idealspine.com/

    This is the website my booklet says to go to.

    http://cbppatient.com/
    Yeah just seen it after i made my post, thanks for the links i will check them out.

    Originally Posted by watertoy View Post
    1 rep lasts five ten seconds. you start off with a few and slowly build up to ten sets of ten. But I dont think it matters that much you could work up to 100 individual reps a day. which i think is safer if you only have to concentrate on one perfect rep. the book says to to ten sets of ten.

    i personally dont do mine like they say. I just do one long rep when im bored like standing in an elevator or waiting in a line or on an escalator. But i dont have sideways scoliosis. I have forward posture and for that there is only two exercises. One where you pull your whole neck fully back and look straight up at the sky. and there is another one where you lean forward and look at the sky.
    Sweet as i understand now, thanks for all your posts alredy repped, but will rep again on spread.

    Lol and you do that on an escalator in the middle of a mall or something..
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    yes. most people in the mall have their own problems to deal with.
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    You really need to ask a certified physical therapist or rehabilitation center about this as opposed to asking on here. This is a question for a professional.
    Since every case is unique and should be monitored by a doctor.
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    my brother has this and used to have terrible stabbing like pains every night in his back. we took him to the chiropractor/doctor and he said that he had it. he noticed that when he was sitting in the chair he was really slouched over and he had him hold his shoulders back and sit up straight. about 6 months later of doing this he has never had any of these pains and his spine is not as out of line i guess, but he is only 13 and is stil growing and was able to fix his problem
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