We think of scoliosis as a problem that affects the spine alone, but it's actually a side effect of another issue.
Scoliosis can be caused by a number of factors. Spine fractures, congenital spine formation anomalies, spinal cord abnormalities, and other factors. These are quite uncommon. Muscular dystrophy, Marfan syndrome, and cerebral palsy are some of the other causes of muscle atrophy and scoliosis.
Idiopathic scoliosis occurs when there are no such known causes. Idiopathic scoliosis can strike at any age, both before and after puberty. The majority of pre-adults When the body rapidly lengthens during the second growth spurt, or early adulthood, idiopathic scoliosis develops. The bones are growing faster at this stage, and the muscles are lengthening in response. For smooth growth at this stage, high-quality protein and energy are essential. Inadequate levels of these nutrients can cause muscle loss, which should increase in tandem with the rapid elongation of the bones, as well as bending to one side due to weakening of the muscles that support the spine.
Idiopathic scoliosis, which develops after puberty, is also caused by muscle. This is related to muscle spasms caused by stress-induced increased neuromuscular activity.
Surgery is never a complete answer for this because these types of muscle weaknesses causes 99 percent of the scoliosis
If you're still in the early phases, yoga and Ayurveda can help you to solve the problem naturally. Chronicity and excess manure can make it difficult but surgery can be avoided with this holistic approach.
Surgery is not the cure for scoliosis
Why is surgery the only cure for scoliosis? Are there any other solutions?
What modern medicine has judged to be impossible for us is always the view that it is impossible, or should be so.
In Malayalam, it is said that a cat does not need to be white or black in order to catch a mouse. Many difficult diseases become possible only when specialists in all branches of medicine have this perspective of not having an ego.
Modern medicine sees only the spinal curvature and seeks to solve it only. But a holistic doctor practicing Ayurveda approaches the patient, not the disease. The process of treatment on such a very basic basis is different in both groups. A curvature of less than 10 degrees is normal in the eyes of modern medicine, so let's wait a little longer. No more surgery in a 20 to 45-degree curve. Wait a little longer. For the time being, you can use a spinal brace. So after a 45 degree then we can do surgery without any confusion. This is a problem that curvature of the spine is the only focus.
For holistic treatments like Ayurveda, even curves below 10 degrees are abnormal, and the effect of the treatment is most rapid when the curve is at its lowest point.
80% of scoliosis is Idiopathic scoliosis, which is caused by rapid muscle growth in adolescence, or muscle spasm caused by increased stress-induced neuromuscular activity. In addition, muscle is the cause of most scoliosis, including cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, and Marfan syndrome.
Muscles can only pull on anything, and pushing is not the function of muscles. It is when the muscles are pulling in the body with proper coordination, we are able to stand, sit and walk with the body straight. The spine is straight when the muscles on the sides of the spine are pulled together with good coordination. 99% of scoliosis occurs when the equilibrium is lost due to a decrease of strength or spasm of the muscles on one side. If this problem is solved and equilibrium is maintained, the impossible disease-scoliosis can be made possible. Ayurveda and Yoga are the means to that end.
This is something that can be understood even if we think in terms of the awareness of the body we get at the school level. Yet it is never their fault that a large section of the medical community thinks this is impossible, it is the failure of an egoistic science that believes that scientific truths can only be proved in the lab, that it is the ultimate, and that it is the only truth.
Science must be able to start thinking from where it left off.
How much of a scoliosis can be cured?
Everyone who comes for scoliosis treatment has this suspicion.
Treatment is influenced by a number of factors, the most important of this is bone maturity. Once a child's bone growth has stopped, treating scoliosis becomes more challenging. While the bones are growing, scoliosis can be treated more effectively.
Another consideration is the amount of curvature. Cobbs angle is a scoliosis measurement. The easier it is to treat while lower the cobbs angle is.
Another critical consideration is the scoliosis's location. Lumbar scoliosis, which affects the lower region of the spine, is more easily corrected than upper, thoracic spine curvature.
Muscle’s anatomical and physiological characteristics are another aspect. In persons with good muscular power, Ayurveda-yoga treatment is particularly successful.
Despite the fact that the success of this treatment varies depending on age, anatomy, location, and degree of curvature, Ayurveda-yoga treatment can undoubtedly make a difference.