Scoliosis is generally viewed as a lateral curvature of the spine with an axial twist that causes a distortion of the ribs. 80% of scoliosis is idiopathic or unknown in origin.
Current research shows that scoliosis is a multifactor disease; no single causative factor has been found. Many causes of scoliosis have a genetic basis, but researchers have still not identified the gene responsible for them. The true nature of scoliosis begins at the cellular level and continues through virtually every bodily system.
Dr. Baremboym’s office offers extensive individualized scoliosis treatment for both children and adults who suffer from different stages of scoliosis.
Scoliosis, by its very nature, is an insidious disease process that typically progresses very slowly, ultimately impacting nearly every aspect of a patient’s health. It affects the patient’s entire skeletal structure including the spine, ribs, and pelvis.
In patients who have received Dr. Baremboym’s treatments, scoliosis symptoms have sometimes been caused by poor posture, differences in leg length, and muscle spasms. Scoliosis impacts the neurological, hormonal, and digestive systems. It damages the body’s major organs, including the heart and lungs. The body’s nutritional sources get depleted as well. This is why Dr. Baremboym’s holistic approach to scoliosis treatment has been structured to address scoliosis on a multitude of levels.
“I brought in my 11-year old for a scoliosis test because I was worried when I saw her walking one day her shoulders weren’t on the same level. Jamie seemed at ease with Dr. Baremboym right away, and he reassured us that we can start treatment right then to work on the problem. We were lucky to find Dr. B, who takes our insurance. He’s been really helpful, Jaimie is visibly more cheerful and alert, and I’ve noticed with the exercises and treatments her shoulders are back to being normal. We are very grateful for his commitment and care.”
Patricia Brown, Cranford, NJ
A curved spine or scoliosis may first be suspected in children or teenagers when one of the child’s or teenager’s shoulders is noticed to be higher than the other or when clothes do not hang straight. The initial complaint may be fatigue in the spine curvature after sitting or standing for a long period. This may be followed by muscular aches in areas of strain, such as the neck, upper back or lower back.
The emotional impact of scoliosis pain, particularly on young girls and boys during their most vulnerable years, should also not be underestimated.
Without having strong family and professional support, they can develop significant behavioral problems stemming from pain.
The financial and emotional costs of scoliosis treatment can also be considerable, which is why all treatments that we offer are covered by many insurances. Please call our office for more details.
Dr. Baremboym’s scoliosis treatment comprises all five of the body’s systems: osseous (bones), muscular, digestive, hormonal and neurological. If left untreated, the negative effects of scoliosis in children especially are compounded with each passing year. Early detection is key to conquering the scoliosis pain. We offer a complete scoliosis treatment for all ages in several distinct ways:
While our average patient is between 10-15 years of age, many adults suffer from scoliosis symptoms as well, and we offer scoliosis treatment for patients of all ages.
Every element of our scoliosis treatment is important for recovery and plays an integral role in the corrective process. Dr. Baremboym’s scoliosis treatment, is a non-surgical approach to stopping and reversing the curvature of the spine in adults as well as scoliosis in children.
As always, effectiveness depends on the patient’s commitment to the program. We eliminate the "wait and see" attitude. Those who follow the treatment program entirely get the best results in the least amount of time.
If you are seeking scoliosis treatment or have any questions about our scoliosis treatment options, don't hesitate to call us at 732-340-1006.