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Category Archives: scoliosis

scoliosis | Aug 3, 2016

How AICA Atlanta Can Help Treat Scoliosis

At AICA Atlanta, one of the conditions we frequently see in our office is scoliosis. While children are the largest groups affected by this condition, adults can suffer as well. Find out what else you need to know about this common condition and how chiropractic treatment can help.

Back Pain, Conditions, scoliosis | Aug 16, 2017

Treating Scoliosis With Chiropractic Care In Atlanta

One of the most common back conditions treated at AICA Atlanta is scoliosis. Although children are the primary demographic who experience scoliosis, adults are susceptible to this condition, as well. Learn more about scoliosis and how our Atlanta Chiropractors can provide treatment by contacting us today.

General Chiropractic, scoliosis | Apr 18, 2018

Screening Your Kids For Scoliosis

If your child is diagnosed with scoliosis of the spine, there is no reason to panic. This particular condition is commonly seen in kids and is manageable with early detection. Scoliosis refers to an abnormal curvature of the spine and can cause long-term health complications if not treated early on. Our team of Atlanta Chiropractors […]

Back Pain, scoliosis | Nov 28, 2018

Scoliosis Patients Can Find Relief With Chiropractic Treatment

Of all the back conditions, scoliosis is one of the most common that can cause many mobility issues and discomfort. There are an estimated five to seven million people in the United States alone that suffer from this condition. Our Atlanta chiropractors are prepared to provide care and relief to scoliosis patients in order to […]

AICA Atlanta Provides Natural Treatment Solutions For Scoliosis | AICA Atlanta

Back Pain, scoliosis | Feb 7, 2020

AICA Atlanta Provides Natural Treatment Solutions For Scoliosis

You get that phone from the school nurse saying in a routine exam, your child showed signs of scoliosis, what now? Around 80 percent of all scoliosis cases are idiopathic, which means that the cause of the sideways curvature is unknown. Some of these idiopathic diagnoses may be a result of hereditary factors.