Sunday, November 1, 2015

The Best Scoliosis Treatment in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

What is Scoliosis and How to treat without surgery?

Scoliosis treatment and management of patients with scoliosis is urgently needed in Malaysia. Over the years, we have seen hundreds of kids presenting with scoliosis. The best scoliosis treatment in Malaysia incorporates methods and systems that improve function and brings about stability in the spine. To date, the only way that has accomplished this in Malaysia is NSD Therapy. Scoliosis treatments through NSD Therapy protocols can improve and even reverse a curve. Learn more about scoliosis treatment trough NSD Therapy now.

Most received little to no treatment for their condition. Scoliosis treatment in Malaysia is by and large ineffective. The vast majority of centers that provide care lack knowledge, skills, and specialized non-surgical technology. So, therapy and treatment rendered in many of the physiotherapy or chiropractic centers have had a little impact. We have dedicated this page of Chloroacetic-in-Malaysia to scoliosis. We do so in an attempt to bring better awareness to proper care. And to shine a light on centers and methods that have little to no clinical value.

Before we get started with scoliosis treatment in Malaysia, it might be helpful to shed some light on bracing. Today, there are centers to promote and sell expensive bracing methods. Some even offer beautifully prepare graphics and relate their product to European or American markets. The one thing that all researchers are now comparing to is that bracing is an absolute waste of time! In other words, bracing is only beneficial to brace manufacturers and clinics that sell them. Your child, sibling, sister, or brother will not benefit from them at all. In fact, it may be worsening their condition as bracing is now linked to muscle weakness. So, Chiropractic-in-Malaysia stands on bracing is that they are all garbage dished out by the profiteers. Don't fall victim to these people. Seek proper care through means of physiotherapy, chiropractic, and specialized technology. The most efficient and best scoliosis treatment in Malaysia is NSD Therapy. It is just that simple.

Scoliosis is a deviation or distortion of the spine in all three dimensions. The deformity includes bending of the spine to the left or right, increased forward or backward curvature and rotation of the spine. Scoliosis may be due to a known cause such as neuromuscular disorders (e.g., neurofibromatosis or poliomyelitis), congenital bony anomalies and developmental disorders. Regardless of the reason, appropriate care through appropriate clinical means is needed to stop the progression.

However, the majority of the scoliotic cases are idiopathic scoliosis with no known cause. Adolescent idiopathic scoliosis is one of the most common diagnoses among children and young adults with lateral spinal curvature. Females with a family history of scoliosis who have reached menarche, and are going through a growth spurt have the highest risk of progression. It is important to monitor the posture of children and check for scoliosis so that it can be detected in the early stages. Treatments for Scoliosis are to prevent further deterioration of the curvature and for pain management.

How to check children for scoliosis?

Observe your kids from behind to look for evidence of scoliosis. Observe for any obvious asymmetry of hip or shoulder height. Look for winging of the scapula or sideways tilting of the head. Perform Adam’s test in a forward bending position and look for a rib hump or a mid-back prominence on one side of the body.

Scoliosis curvature can be evaluated and monitored with X-rays using Cobb’s angle. Progression should be checked with x-rays every 3-6 months unless there are signs of rapid deterioration. Treatments for Scoliosis patients should be maintained until complete bone maturation. This can be measured using Risser’s sign seen on X-rays.

We hope you found this article helpful, please call 03 2093 1000 if you have any questions about scoliosis treatment in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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