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Do you, or someone you know, suffer from the often painful condition known as scoliosis? Scoliosis is a curvature of the spine that can worsen into adulthood. Many adult sufferers of scoliosis find that traditions pain management systems are either ineffective, or produce unwanted side effects. To see what your pain management options are with scoliosis, and to find truly side-effect free care, continue reading our blog below!
Scoliosis Pain Relievers
Over the counter pain medications, such as Tylenol or ibuprofen, can be used to target the pain associated with Scoliosis.
However, many find that these over the counter drugs are not strong enough to completely treat their body pains. Moreover, continuous use of these drugs can result in complications in the kidney and liver.
Epidural injections are offered to those with degenerative scoliosis. Epidural injections, otherwise known as facet injections, are anti-inflammatory medications that also causes numbing. This can help manage scoliosis-associated pain.
However, epidural injections can come with quite a bit of discomfort, and are time-consuming. They are not the most ideal or convenient form of pain management for scoliosis.
Physical therapy can also be used to help strengthen the spine. Strengthening the spine through physical therapy will help soften the tissues and keep joints limber, thus resulting in pain relief.
However, physical therapy can quickly become an expensive inconvenience. Consistent and diligent attendance is necessary, and each physical therapy session will come out of your pocket. This is an expensive gamble, especially since physical therapy does not work for all users.
The Handy Cure/HandyRx is a laser is a revolutionary low-level laser therapy device that offers non-invasive and side-effect free use. The best part? Unlike other Scoliosis pain relief options, continuous use of the Handy Cure/HandyRx will result in a resistance to the pain management. In fact, it will likely mean the opposite.