Scoliosis Exercises You Can Do From Home.
What you'll learn
- What scoliosis you are suffering from and what else you can find out from an x-ray.
- How to greatly reduce any scoliosis pain through exercises and stretches.
- The very best way to improve your rib hump appearance.
- The long term effects of scoliosis and how you can play your part in changing them.
- The very best way that you can breathe into your scoliosis & expand the chest.
- Stretch your spine, strengthen your spine and also reduce the curvature.
- The type of practitioner you should choose (from 4).
- Home exercises that you can do to treat your scoliosis
- How to tell if you have scoliosis or something else is the problem.
- How to have great posture even WITH your scoliosis.
- It is helpful (not compulsory) to have an x-ray of your scoliosis.
- You should know where your scoliosis is located.
- Access to a foam roll or a rolled up towel if preferred.
- No minimum fitness level is expected or required.
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In most cases, the cause of scoliosis is not known. It develops mostly in children and teens and often runs in families. Females are affected 9 times more often than males.
There are two main types of scoliosis that we cover in the course that can be improved and reduced with treatment and exercise. Unfortunately, there are not many practitioners qualified or even aware that such treatments and exercise programs exist. It is the specific type of exercise program that makes all the difference, and I will be teaching THAT program inside the course.
Good posture allows our body to respond well to stress from simple everyday activities. But when we lose our body alignment, as we do with scoliosis, the stress and strain of simple daily life (sitting, walking, sleeping, and other activities of daily living) lead to muscle tension, pain, weakness, spinal degeneration, and poor health.
In the rehabilitation exercise section of this course, I am going to teach Mirror Image Exercises to help improve body alignment (posture), and THAT will ultimately reduce the pain from scoliosis.
So what's a mirror image exercise?
Well, if our scoliosis bends us to the left, I'm going to show how to bend to the right. If our scoliosis twists us right, I going to show how to twist left, and all in an effort to improve our body symmetry and ultimately reduce the pain.
This course is for you if you plan on aging gracefully and desperately want to improve your scoliosis appearance and general health.
I invite you to join me now – go ahead and click on the red button that says: ADD TO CART. I look forward to supporting you.
See you inside the course!
Your posture doc,
Who this course is for:
- Those who already have x-rays of their spinal scoliosis.
- Looking for exercises and stretches to help treat scoliosis.
- If you are bothered by the appearance that you scoliosis is giving you.
- You are over 25 and finished growing.
- You want to slow the progression of your curvature.
- You feel motivated to improve your scoliosis.
- You do NOT have Harrington Rod implants.
- You have NOT had spinal surgery.
- You do Not have osteoporosis.
- You have NO history of vertebral fracture.
At Master Your Posture, we're committed to helping you improve your posture and your health. With over 250,000 enrolled students in 90+ countries worldwide, you'll join an activity community of posture pupils dedicated to feeling their best.
Dr. Paula Moore is the founding posture doctor behind Posture Videos. She left a successful career as a Chiropractor to share her posture tips and advice online, and her videos have become a go-to resource for people around the world.
With her expert guidance, you'll learn everything you need to know about improving your posture and feeling your best.
As a posture doctor and online educator, Dr. Paula Moore is passionate about helping people improve their posture and transform their lives.
She believes that good posture is essential for optimal health and well-being, and she loves nothing more than seeing her patients stand tall and feel their best.
Whether she's working with someone in person or through one of her online courses, Paula is always full of enthusiasm and encouragement, helping her patients to overcome their challenges and achieve their goals.
She is committed to providing the highest quality care and guidance to all of her patients, and she takes great pride in the difference she has made in the lives of thousands of people worldwide.