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Buggirlx

708d

Has anyone done physical therapy designed to help correct or slow down the curve? I am thinking about it but it expensive and not located near me. But I am not sure it would help. 🤔

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    • Courtneydee0

      666d

      I did physical therapy 3x and it did not help 😥

    • Courtneydee0

      666d

      I did physical therapy 3x and it did not help 😥

    • Buggirlx

      667d

      Unfortunately the clinics all said it was not covered. They were very discouraging. I don’t live in a major metropolitan area.

    • Buggirlx

      668d

      Yes as you can see I am interested in that method as I posted a link to it above but the problem is finding someone who could do it or even have for a consult that would be near where I live since I don’t live near St. Louis. There are some people in Osage beach but they won’t get in touch with me like I mentioned that lots of these people when I contacted them to ask for information they ghosted me. So I’m doing a lot of physical therapy and exercise right now but none of it especially geared towards helping scoliosis. Bob and brad on YouTube have a physical therapy channel and they have some exercises that you can do on your own but I am also practicing I just wondered if maybe I could get even more help if I had someone who was a teacher of this method to help me.

    • Buggirlx

      705d

      So I wasn’t thinking about regular physical therapy But physical therapy that is supposed to work towards reducing the curve by exercising and asymmetrical way. It’s very hard to find it and I did find some leads but I decided not to do it. It’s mainly because it’s extremely expensive like hundreds of dollars it’s not covered by insurance and I would have to drive for 2 1/2 hours each way to start the program then I found another organization besides the one mentioned above that seem to have something that was closer to me only about an hour away but I kept trying to engage these people in correspondence via email and they just stopped writing to me it’s like they ghosted me because they didn’t want to answer questions. https://www.schroth-barcelonainstitute.com/

    • Dreamer22

      706d

      I’ve had physical therapy, they taught me how to strengthen my back muscles, and it’s been helpful. I also wore a back posture corrector for a some time, which was less helpful than the physical therapy.

    • Mr_Gay

      707d

      You can look up the excerises online the only equipment they had me use at mine was a piece of elastic rope

    • CrystalRoses

      707d

      I’ve been to physical therapy but it didn’t seem to help me.

    • Mr_Gay

      707d

      I did physical therapy for a session then stopped because their schedule was unrealistic for someone that works. It cannot do anything about the curve but it can strengthen the muscles around it to reduce pain

    • Buggirlx

      707d

      Is anyone even able to read my message? Please click like to verify you can read it even if you have no comment on the subject of physical therapy to fight Scilosis.

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