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Finding and treating the source of chronic inflammation can reduce chronic pain.

If you’re an adult living with idiopathic scoliosis, chances are you have dealt with pain. The degree of your pain may change daily. One day it’s slight muscle soreness, and the next day? Severe, acute pain that keeps you on the couch all week.

As many as 6 million adults live with scoliosis in the United States alone. Whether it’s idiopathic scoliosis or degenerative scoliosis that’s developed during adulthood, three in four adults with scoliosis experience pain as a result of scoliosis.  Read More

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