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A knowledgeable physical therapist can use manual techniques, exercise programs, and other modalities to manage Scoliosis pain and improve a patient's quality of life.

Typical Causes:

Pain is a complex sensation, classified into different types such as acute, chronic, neuropathic, and musculoskeletal pain. It's essential to understand the type of pain and its root cause to provide effective therapy. Moreover, physical therapy can help patients avoid surgeries or drug usage and promote overall wellness by increasing physical activity and addressing underlying health conditions.

   

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Exercises to reduce pain:

Physical therapy is a crucial and effective treatment option for various conditions related to pain. Whether it's chronic, post-surgery, or sports injury, physical therapy aims to not only alleviate pain but also strengthen and improve range of movement. Below are some low-impact at-home exercises that can help alleviate your pain:

  • Yoga and Pilates stretches - Increase flexibility and reduce stiffness in joints
  • Walking - Provides muscles with oxygen
  • Strength Training with small weights - Increase balance strength

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