Scoliosis affects about 2 percent of the United States population and is more common in young girls, although boys and adults may have scoliosis too, according to SpineUniverse.com. Approximately 80 percent of scoliosis cases are called "idiopathic" scoliosis, which means that the cause of the condition is unknown. Back exercises for...
Easy exercises for scoliosis, prevention of increased curvature and strengthening of all the back muscles in thoracic and lumbar spines. #EZBREEZY #spinehealth #bendandstretchandreachforthestars wanna stay young? ya gotta stretch like a baby and play like a child! #yolo
Scoliosis causes a sideways curve in the spine, forming a C or an S shape. Scoliosis can be genetic or the result of an injury. The National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases says that while exercises may not cure the condition, they can help to ease back pain associated with scoliosis. Discuss exercise with your doctor...
C curve exercises strengthen the muscles in your spine and help prevent increased curvature.
“Stay on the move at the office Gaston Gazette CaroMont Regional Medical Center personal trainer Huston Sheppard, right, leads Suzanne Reynolds, Donnetta Horseman, Wendy Wright and Anna Lattimore through some stretching exercises during one of the...”
SITTING IS THE NEW SMOKING! Get yourself up outa that chair and move! #bendandstretchandreachforthestars* #ELDOA