Wedging C-Curve Scoliosis


Video: Wedging C-Curve Scoliosis

Happy SoCal Morning!

You are now ready to start wedging your C-Curve Scoliosis. Woohoo!

You saw our previous video, that helped you define that you have a C-Curve Scoliosis. Now that you know that, it’s time to start figuring out how to move your spine towards neutral. If you have a 3 or 4 curve scoliosis, you are on the wrong page. Exit immediately! 🙂

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Wedging C-Curve Scoliosis

When you have a C-Curve Scoliosis, the guidelines in this video will help you know where to wedge your spine so that we can begin to bring it back 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). 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. You know how puppy dogs love it when you lie on the floor with them. Whatever you use as a wedge, you can make this happen!

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Wedging C-Curve Scoliosis