Cause Of Scoliosis

Kathryn Merrow on May 20th, 2012

Is there a cause for your scoliosis?  Well, bodies are logical.  Things happen for reasons. Makes sense, right? It could be that your foundation is tilting. But many doctors say the curve in your spine is idiopathic. “Idiopathic” means “no known cause.”  But almost everything has a cause.  One reader told me the doctor said […]

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Are you confused about your scoliosis?  You aren’t alone. Most doctors don’t understand what causes it or know much about it, either. In fact, they often say it is idiopathic.  That means ‘no known cause.’ Well, maybe.  Sometimes. Here are some thoughts: 1. Everything has a cause.  It just requires digging to find the root […]

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Kathryn Merrow on November 16th, 2010

In some earlier articles here about scoliosis (curvature of the spine) I may have made it sound more simple to “fix” than it may be. Sometimes it’s a lot easier than other times to straighten the curves naturally.  It all depends on what the causes may be. Is the cause

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Kathryn Merrow on November 12th, 2010

I used to have a side-to-side (lateral) scoliosis.  The sleeves on my shirts or coats were always short on one side and long on the other.  That was a symptom but I didn’t know it. I thought I had one arm that was much longer than the other.  I didn’t realize that my body was […]

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Scoliosis can be front-to-back curvature or side-to-side (also called lateral.)  This article is about the side-to-side curves. These excessive curves in your spine can be caused by a few different things. 1.  One or more bones in your spine may

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Kathryn Merrow on July 23rd, 2010

Scoliosis is a curvature of the spine.  It may be from front to back or from side to side.  There are several causes and the most common cause is muscles pulling on your bones. Here are some of the most common causes: If muscles get tight in a certain area they will pull on the […]

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Kathryn Merrow on July 21st, 2010

Scoliosis or curvature of the spine can cause upper back pain.  It can also cause pain in your mid-back and other parts of your body.  But, you may not have to have it! Scoliosis can very often be helped by a neuromuscular specialist.  But there are different types of practitioners. Is your therapiet a doctor? […]

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