Scoliosis is a curvature of the spine that often develops during adolescence. It is one of the most common spinal conditions among young people, with roughly 3 million new cases diagnosed each year. This condition can result from nerve or muscle issues, birth defects that alter development, or spine injuries. It also affects the older population at a much higher rate, with as many as seven in 10 people over the age of 60 experiencing symptoms. While Scoliosis is only life-threatening in rare cases, its symptoms can make everyday life difficult to manage. Common symptoms of this condition include back pain, uneven shoulders or hips, limited range of motion and trouble breathing related to damage to the organs within the chest. The providers at Austin Preferred use an integrative approach to Scoliosis treatment in Austin, designing personalized plans of care suited to each patient’s unique needs.
There are varying states of Scoliosis which depend on the patient’s gender and maturity as well as the location, pattern, and severity of the spine’s curvature. Because each case is different, Austin Preferred uses multiple techniques to manage and treat scoliosis symptoms. This approach has helped our medical providers produce many positive outcomes for patients seeking Scoliosis treatment in Austin. Treatment plans for this condition often include:
Health insurance covers many of the treatment options for Scoliosis pain relief, while others are available only at the self-pay rate. We monitor each patient’s progress throughout treatment and will alter plans of care when necessary. If the patient requires a back brace, our staff will custom order the brace and teach proper application techniques at a follow-up appointment.
Call (512) 442-2727 with questions or to schedule an appointment at our South Austin clinic. You can also visit our Services page for more information on physical therapy and chiropractic treatment options for Scoliosis and other ailments at Austin Preferred.
Q: What is Scoliosis?
A: Scoliosis is a curvature of the spine that often develops during adolescence, causing symptoms including back pain, limited range of motion and difficulty breathing, among others.
Q: What is the best Scoliosis treatment?
A: Because each condition is different, our providers use multiple techniques to treat Scoliosis. They will create a personalized plan of care after assessing each patient during a thorough initial evaluation.
Q: Does health insurance cover Scoliosis treatment in Austin?
A: Health insurance covers some of the treatment options for this condition, while others are only available at the self-pay rate. Further, we offer free consultations for most self-pay services.
Q: How do I use a back brace for Scoliosis?
A: If your doctor prescribes a Scoliosis brace, our helpful staff will custom order your device and teach you the proper application techniques at a follow-up appointment. If your doctor prescribes a Scoliosis brace, our helpful staff will custom order your device and teach you the proper application techniques at a follow-up appointment. %MCEPASTEBIN%
Call (512) 442-2727 with questions about the services we offer, or to schedule an appointment at our South Austin clinic.