Spine Elongation Reduces Scoliosis Curve and Back Pain

When we have back pain, whether it is related to scoliosis or not, sometimes we just need a little extra space between the vertebrae of the spine to release the compression.  A little bit of elongation does just that. And you know what else it does? It aligns the spine towards a more neutral position. Once you have achieved a more neutral position, be sure to strengthen the muscles of the torso so you can maintain that position!  In this exercise we use breathing as our strengthening component. When you exhale completely all the muscles of the torso will contract to hold this more elongated position in place. Cool, huh?

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