scoliosis back pain

Scoliosis Back Pain and Exercise: 7 Things You Should Know

Posted in: Understanding Scoliosis

Although a myth has persisted for many years that there isn’t a link between a curved spine and pain, doctors now recognize that scoliosis does, in fact, increase the chance of back pain in youth and adults. While it may seem counter-intuitive, exercising can actually help reduce and manage scoliosis back pain rather than make…

is scoliosis hereditary

Is Scoliosis Hereditary?

Posted in: Understanding Scoliosis

If you’ve been diagnosed with scoliosis, it’s not uncommon for you to be asked if you have other family members who also have it. You might assume that, since scoliosis runs in families, it’s passed down through genes. But is scoliosis hereditary? If you’re a parent, you should know that the genetic factors involved in…

Is CLEAR Scoliosis Treatment Cost-Effective?

Posted in: News

When you look at the cost of the CLEAR program, it can seem like a lot of money. However, it’s not just about cost—it’s also about value. In order to understand the value of CLEAR treatment, you have to compare it to the other treatment options available and consider what you’re getting for your money….

Living With Scoliosis: A Scoliosis Patient’s Journey to Finding Healing — Part 2

Living With Scoliosis: A Scoliosis Patient’s Journey to Finding Healing — Part 2

Posted in: Personal Experiences

The following post was written by June Hyjek, an award-winning author, speaker, wellness coach and scoliosis patient and advocate. Her books, meditations, and workshops offer hope and encouragement to people experiencing life’s challenges. She is the author of “Unexpected Grace: A Discovery of Healing through Surrender,” an inspirational story of her personal journey in dealing…

living with scoliosis

Living With Scoliosis: A Scoliosis Patient’s Journey to Find Healing

Posted in: Personal Experiences

The following post was written by June Hyjek, an award-winning author, speaker, wellness coach and scoliosis patient and advocate. Her books, meditations, and workshops offer hope and encouragement to people experiencing life’s challenges. She is the author of “Unexpected Grace: A Discovery of Healing through Surrender,” an inspirational story of her personal journey in dealing…

insurance for clear treatment

Will Insurance Cover the Cost of CLEAR Scoliosis Treatment?

Posted in: News

Understanding your health insurance benefits is a critical park of seeking out any kind of medical treatment. We often hear from people interested in CLEAR treatment that have questions about whether or not it will be covered by their insurance company. To help you find answers, we’ve put together the following information to guide you…

scoliosis physiotherapy

Scoliosis Physiotherapy

Posted in: Treatment

If you’re interested in scoliosis physiotherapy and exercises as part of your treatment, it can be hard to find detailed information. Don’t worry, it’s for a good reason! Each case of scoliosis is different, and using highly customized movements is important if you want to see positive outcomes.

scoliosis expectations

What Results Should I Expect from my CLEAR Scoliosis Treatment?

Posted in: Treatment

Scoliosis is a complex disease that involves much more than just the bones of the spine. It affects the muscles, other soft tissues (like tendons, discs and ligaments) and the brain. Your body forms habits over time to counteract the scoliosis. It takes time to re-program these old patterns of behavior, especially if the scoliosis…

Scoliosis Screening Benefits

Scoliosis Screening Benefits

Posted in: Treatment

Spotting scoliosis early gives patients the ability to be more proactive with their care. Scoliosis screening can be a great tool to catch and treat scoliosis before more drastic measures become necessary. Early detection can be the difference between an invasive spinal surgery and a short home exercise routine.

Harrington rod

Harrington Rod: Is It Right for Your Scoliosis?

Posted in: Treatment

Surgery is often hailed as the be-all and end-all cure for scoliosis. And the Harrington rod is used in the majority of scoliosis surgeries performed in the U.S. It’s been used on idiopathic scoliosis patients since the 1960s, and, though the surgical techniques and equipment have evolved, the gist of the surgery remains the same.