The unique method of scoliosis treatment. Toronto

The word scoliosis (say: sko-lee-oh-sis) comes from a Greek word meaning crooked. If you have scoliosis, you're not alone. About 3 out of every 100 people have some form of scoliosis, though for many people it's not much of a problem. For a small number of people, the curve gets worse as they grow.

Scoliosis Treatment

Dr. Liudmila Beskova developed a unique method of scoliosis treatment which refers to osteopathic medicine. "Method of treatment of deformed spine in the frontal plane"is patented in 2011. This method of scoliosis treatment is performed step by step manipulations' techniques:

The elimination of thoracic blocking

Putting structural, visceral and cranial organs in their anatomical position

Putting shoulder blades in their anatomical position

Scoliosis treatment

The standard medical approach to scoliosis treatment hasn't changed in a hundred years. Our method of scoliosis treatment is unique because Dr. Beskova treats it with smooth osteopathic techniques. You don't have to go for surgery or to put your child in a brace. Our doctor develops a treatment plan individually for each patient depending on severity of curve and age of a patient.

There are three general causes of scoliosis:

• Congenital (present at birth) scoliosis is due to a problem with the formation of the spine bones (vertebrae) or fused ribs during development in the womb or early in life.
• Neuromuscular scoliosis is caused by problems such as poor muscle control or muscle weakness, or paralysis due to diseases such as cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, spina bifida, and polio.
• Idiopathic scoliosis is scoliosis of unknown cause. Idiopathic scoliosis in adolescents is the most common type.

The most common symptoms of scoliosis are shown on the picture.

Causes of scoliosis diagram 1. one shoulder is higher than the other;
2. the body tilts to one side;
3. one shoulder blade appears higher than the other;
4. one shoulder blade sticks out more than the other;
5. the waist appear uneven;
6. muscle bulge;
7. one leg may appear shorter than the other

Scoliosis can result in headaches, shortness of breath, back pain, digestive problems, menstrual-cycle disturbances, leg, hip and knee pain, chronic fatigue and future spinal kyphosis (widow's hump).

Why Is Bad Posture Terrible For You

• With bad posture, your rib cage starts pressing down on the major organs - giving them less space to function.

• Your waistline gains a few inches because of that

• And you lose a few inches from your height

• Your stomach will jut out and dieting won't help

• Deformated body structure in turn will create blockages in the lymphatic system affecting otherwise the free flow of lymphatic stream. It can affect the visceral system and negatively affect the cranial system as well. A lymphatic blockage is where toxins and parasites cumulate

• You'll suffer from back aches which won't go away easily

• Flexibility is reduced and one shoulder tends to be higher than the other

• You'll become injury prone because of poor posture.

• According to some science, bad posture also leads to having more negative thoughts.

• Worst of all, you'll never feel fresh and rested even after you wake up from a good nights sleep


Liudmila Beskova, Osteopath,

The principal of our clinic Dr. Liudmila Beskova

did extensive research on human posture and authored the Book, The Formula of Health. Her book suggests ways to correct your posture and highlights medical problems that can arise from faulty posture. The medical problems discussed in Dr. Beskova's books are Rheumatism, Arthritis, Cervical Spondylosis, Back Pain, Breathing Disorders, Stress Disorders and Gastro-intestinal Disorders. Dr Beskova estimates that 99% of adults will have faulty posture.

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