What is Scoliosis?
Scoliosis is a curvature of the spine causing an S or C shaped spine which in most cases is mild scoliosis but sometimes Scoliosis in children can continue to become more severe as the child/teenager grows causing disabling deformity. What causes scoliosis? Usually scoliosis occurs during a growth spurt just before puberty which is known as idiopathic scoliosis or it can be present from birth known as Congenital scoliosis. Scoliosis symptoms can be: A visible C or S shaped curve in spine, uneven shoulders (one shoulder higher than the other), one shoulder blade sticks out more than the other, uneven waist, one hip higher than the other and sometimes back pain depending on scoliosis types.
Treatment for Scoliosis?
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Having been dogged with injury I decided to have a full prehab/FMS screen with Colette at Imokilly Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic. My starting score was 12/21 which placed me in a high risk injury bracket but by doing my corrective exercises, I not only played through the whole season un-injured but I also got my score up to 17/21 by the end.
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