Scoliosis as a Self-Correcting Mechanism – Ways to Detect, Manage and Help Re-Posture #4

Scoliosis is a sideways curvature of the spine and affects 2-3 million people in the US. Did you know that you can develop Scoliosis (and lower back pain) through chronic tension patterns? Co-host Alex Corey was informed he had Grade 1 Scoliosis in his early 20s via an unrelated X-ray and has dealt with lower back pain when awareness slips from posture, mobility, and core strength ever since.

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Full Transcript

Join Alex Corey and Bill Parravano in discussing that Scoliosis can be derived from a tension pattern and the body’s self-correcting mechanism to keep level eyes on the horizon, not just purely anatomical (distorted bone from birth)

In this episode, we discuss

-How Scoliosis can originate via chronic automatic self-correcting mechanisms
-Awareness and Self-Discovery as keys to empowering your body to recover
-Practices and Modalities to discover tension patterns that may be showing up elsewhere in your body
-Considerations for strength and conditioning or athletic training
-Where the Allopathic Medical Model shines and abysmally fails
-Mobility and Range of Motion as the most important factors in functional movement
-Exercises/Techniques for Postural Correction

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DISCLAIMER: Nothing in this video is meant to diagnose, treat, or prescribe a medical condition. Seek the advice of a licensed medical professional before starting any new fitness, dietary, or supplementation protocol.

Bill Parravano

Known as the “The Knee Pain Guru,” Bill teaches people how to eliminate chronic pain without drugs, shots or surgery. With over 26 years of martial arts and bodywork experience, his knowledge and understanding of movement and tension patterns that lead to physical pain is unparalleled.

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