In this report, we will see how to eliminate the problem of scoliosis pain.
Scoliosis is a medical condition characterized by an abnormal lateral curvature of the spine. The curvature can vary in degree, and while some people with scoliosis may not experience pain, others may develop discomfort or pain, especially when the curvature becomes more pronounced.
This is why trying to stop or reduce scoliosis pain is probably one of the most common concerns among those with the condition.
First, it is essential to note that not all scoliosis sufferers experience pain and that the degree of pain can vary significantly.
However, scoliosis can sometimes irritate or pressure nerves in and around the spine. This causes pain, numbness, and tingling that can be felt in the lower back down to the feet.
There are 3 methods to end the pain generated by scoliosis.
Pain medications: these are very effective immediately but have a limited duration and, over time, can generate gastrointestinal problems. Furthermore, this approach does not treat the origins of the problem.
Chiropractic treatment: this approach is better than pain medications because it forces the body to work on the asymmetry. However, it does not address the root of the issue.
Rectifier Starecta: this is the best method because it solves the problem at the root and has no drawbacks.
Why do painkillers not work?
Long-term use of painkillers to reduce scoliosis pain may carry risks and potential side effects.
Tolerance: Over time, the body may develop tolerance to pain medications, meaning an increasing dose is needed to achieve the same pain relief effect. This can lead to high doses and potentially increase the risk of side effects.
Addiction: Some painkillers can cause physical and psychological dependence, especially those in the opioid class. Addiction can lead to difficulty in reducing or discontinuing the use of drugs.
Gastrointestinal problems: Side effects of painkillers may become more pronounced with long-term use. These can include gastrointestinal disorders, kidney or liver damage, cardiovascular problems, and other unwanted symptoms.
Drug Interactions: Long-term use of pain medications can lead to drug interactions with other medications or substances a person may be taking, increasing the risk of unwanted side effects.
How does scoliosis arise?
Scoliosis depends on the same cause that also generates hyperlordosis and hyperkyphosis. All these postural problems have a single origin: the molar teeth are unable to support the skull, which sinks and presses on the underlying structures.
In fact, the skull has its fulcrum on the molars (for more info, read: Body posture depends on teeth ). If the molars do not support the skull adequately, the skull inevitably collapses (over time).
The face is the first to suffer the consequences of this collapse. This is why many scoliotics also have an asymmetrical face. Facial asymmetry is simply the first stage. In fact, if the skull is not supported by the molars, the skull will begin to press on the atlas. The consequence of this is that the pressure on the spine generates unphysiological curves.
The space of the spine inevitably narrows. Some people develop hyperlordosis, some develop hyperkyphosis, and some develop scoliosis.
To get everything back in order, it is necessary to make the skull return to its optimal position and stop putting pressure on the spine.
How to reduce scoliosis pain once and for all?
There is only one way to reduce scoliosis pain permanently. Return the skull to its optimal position. To do this, we need an instrument called the Rectifier Starecta.
The Rectifier Starecta is able to return the skull to its original position so that the pressure on the spine is reduced and the pain is stopped immediately.
The effects are very rapid and, most importantly, permanent.
The reason it turns out to be so effective is that the Starecta Rectifier has three unique features: vertical dimension, protrusion, and splint upgrade.
With these three elements, one can balance the body and interrupt the pain generated by scoliosis.
Scoliosis pain can only be solved if one addresses the problem at its origins. You must return the skull to its optimal position and let the body regain its balance.