New Scoliosis Treatement in Phoenix AZ

Chiropractic Phoenix AZ Patient And Scoliosis Machine

Are you struggling with scoliosis? We are very proud to announce the Scolio-Trainer®, our new Patented scoliosis treatment device (US Patent # 11,423,980 B2) that I developed and invented. The Scolio-Trainer®(using lateral compression with axial rotation) in conjunction with over corrective bracing and corrective spinal care, will revolutionize the way scoliosis is being treated in Phoenix AZ.

Chiropractic Care for Scoliosis in Phoenix AZ

(All x-rays, measurements and reports were conducted at an outside facility not affiliated with our office)

Chiropractic Phoenix AZ Xray Set one

36 year old female with initial scoliosis curves of 16 and 22 degrees, reduced to 13 and 16 degrees. That is up to a 27% decrease in her scoliosis in just 12 weeks!

Chiropractic Phoenix AZ Xray Set two

19 year old female with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome with initial scoliosis curves of 29 degrees, 33 degrees and 25 degrees, reduced to 22 degrees, 25 degrees and 21 degrees. That is up to 24% decrease is just 12 weeks!

Chiropractic Phoenix AZ Xray Set three

13 year old female with initial scoliosis curves of 24 degrees and 25 degrees, reduced to 20 degrees and 22 degrees. That is up to a 17% decrease in just 12 weeks!

And there is more to come! These results were just over a course of 12 weeks. Can you imagine the changes we can make over the course of a year?

Our approach to scoliosis treatment vs. the medical model

Currently, the medical model for treating scoliosis is: Observation from 10-25 degree curve (no treatment), bracing from 25-40 degrees (bracing only slows down the increase in the curve(s), does not decrease the curve), then surgery over 40 degrees.

After seeing how the medical model treated scoliosis, I knew I had to do something to change that and my biggest question was, “Why doesn’t the patient get treated early to prevent the curve from getting worse?”. I mean, doesn’t that make sense?

So, I developed a non-invasive scoliosis treatment device to help aid in the reduction of those curves. The use of this device along with corrective chiropractic care and therapeutic care will address the scoliosis problem. We look forward to changing the way people think about scoliosis treatment.

Scoliosis Treatment Patient Testimonials

What is scoliosis?

Scoliosis is an abnormal curvature of the spine. The normal shape of a person’s spine includes a curve at the top of the shoulder and a curve at the lower back. If your spine is curved from side to side or in an “S” or “C” shape, you might have scoliosis. According to the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS), about 80 percent of scoliosis cases have no identifiable cause.

What are the common types of scoliosis?

The largest category of scoliosis is idiopathic scoliosis, a term used to refer to cases that have no definite cause. Idiopathic scoliosis is broken down by age group:

  • Infant: 0 to 3 years
  • Juvenile: 4 to 10 years
  • Adolescent: 11 to 18 years
  • Adult: 18+ years

Of these, adolescent idiopathic scoliosis is the most common, according to the AANS.

Doctors identify a cause for an estimated 20 percent of scoliosis cases. These consist of different types of scoliosis, including:

  • congenital, in which spinal deformities are apparent at birth
  • neurological, when nerve abnormalities affect muscles in the spine

What should I look for?

Symptoms vary depending on the degree of scoliosis. Common symptoms associated with scoliosis include:

  • one shoulder blade that’s higher than the other
  • one shoulder blade that sticks out more than the other
  • uneven hips
  • a rotating spine
  • problems breathing because of the reduced area in the chest for lungs to expand
  • back pain

Chiropractic Phoenix AZ Child With Scoliosis

What causes scoliosis?

The cause of scoliosis often can’t be determined. Common causes that doctors may identify include:

  • cerebral palsy, a group of nervous system disorders that affect movement, learning, hearing, seeing, and thinking
  • muscular dystrophy, a group of genetic disorders that result in muscle weakness
  • birth defects that affect an infant’s spinal bones, such as spina bifida
    spinal injuries or infections

People with a family history of scoliosis are more likely to develop the condition. Girls are more likely to have a more severe form of scoliosis than boys.

How is scoliosis diagnosed?

A physical exam of your spine is the first step your doctor takes to see if you have scoliosis. Your doctor may also order some imaging tests to get a closer look at your spine.

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Barr Chiropractic and Scoliosis Center

3101 E Cactus Rd
Phoenix, AZ 85032

(480) 596-3918