Wedging 4-Curve (S-Curve) Scoliosis


Video: Wedging 4-Curve Scoliosis

Hello, Scolio-Friends!

You are now ready to start wedging your 4-Curve Scoliosis.

You’ve done your homework. You started with your Daily Scoliosis Stretch, you defined your curve with our curve-defining videos and you found that you have a 4-Curve Scoliosis. Now it’s time to put that information to work. It’s time to start moving your spine towards neutral. If you have a C-curve or a 3-Curve scoliosis, you are on the wrong page. Exit immediately!

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Wedging 4-Curve Scoliosis

When you have a 4-Curve Scoliosis, the guidelines in this video will help you know where to wedge your spine so that we can begin to bring your spine towards a more neutral shape.

Why do you we want to move towards neutral? Because even a slight shift towards longer and straighter allows us the opportunity to then add strengthening exercises (see our next video) so that we can begin to hold your new spine shape. A little shift towards center, a little bit of strengthening and a giant step down the path of exercising and feeling better with scoliosis.

So, you say you don’t have any Scolio-Wedges yet?
Well, we know where you can find them. 🙂

But in the meantime use towels, shoes, good intentions and puppy dog rumps that have come to snuggle next to you. Whatever you use as a wedge, you can make this happen!

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Wedging 4-Curve (S-Curve) Scoliosis