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Chiropractor for Scoliosis: x2 Free Consultations for New Members 

Start chiropractic care today. Request your X2 free consultations by phoning the clinic, or clicking the button below.

  • Understand how to manage scoliosis
  • Relief from pain and discomfort
  • Health funds accepted
  • 2 free consultations


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Please call The Back Clinic today to confirm your appointment, or click on the button below.


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Bankstown: Suite 6, 434 Chapel Rd, Bankstown NSW 2200 (open in Google Maps).

Phone Bankstown: 02 9708 6011


Rockdale: Shop 4/18 Market St, Rockdale 2216 (open in Google Maps).

Phone Rockdale: 02 9592 1282


On this page we'll cover factors that affect scoliosis and highlight how chiropractic may help in scoliosis cases. 

Scoliosis is a condition where the spine curves out of alignment. It can be aquired or congenital and starts with a minor bend that progressively worsens over time. If you're concerned about scoliosis or have noticed imbalances in your posture, please contact The Back Clinic today for a chiropractic checkup.

If scoliosis is diagnosed early on, you may achieve a better chance of correction or preventing further curvature. In some cases, a variety of manual therapy options may be considered to address scoliosis. Surgery may be considered in some more extreme cases.


Factors that Contribute to Scoliosis

There is no single definitive cause of scoliosis. The following are common factors that may affect scoliosis cases:

  • developmental issues
  • postural imbalances
  • altered knee/hip/back biomechanics
  • injury and trauma

Other health problems associated with scoliosis may be helped by chiropractic care including: back pain, neck pain and some headache pain.


How might Chiropractic help?

Chiropractic care, along with similar manual therapies, may prevent further worsening of the curve. In some cases, partial curve correction has been achieved. Manual therapy may help conditions associated with scoliosis such as sacroiliac dysfunction, nerve pinching, spinal stenosis and flat back.

 If scoliosis is identified early on, you may have a better chance of addressing these issues.



Do you have some questions about chiropractic and scoliosis? Reach out to your team at The Back Clinic.

We invite you to start chiropractic today by booking your first two consultations now. Your consultation is a great opportunity to discuss your health needs and to ask your questions.


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