However, discussing tips for dealing with back pain will help ease the problem of scoliosis. But before that, there are three types of back pain — acute, when the back pain doesn't last more than three months, relapsing, when the pain comes back again and again, and chronic back pain, which lasts more than three months.
Here are some useful tips to treat scoliosis.
1. Follow a Gentle Exercise Program:
If you have scoliosis, you are more likely to experience severe back pain. It's a good idea to listen to your obstetrician's advice to plan for an effective scoliosis exercise that will not only help ease labor but can also have a positive effect on your scoliosis and reduce curvature.
Some recommended light exercises include walking and/or swimming, lower back stretches, and other stretches recommended by your doctor.
2. Alternative Therapy:
The possibility of choosing alternative therapies should only be after consultation with your chiropractor. One of the main alternative therapies that are believed to help relieve pain is acupuncture therapy. This therapy involves using needles to puncture energy points, which in turn activates the natural pain relief system.
Prenatal yoga has been described and determined by many as one of the best ways to tone up the body parts that will be affected by yoga. They found that the positions achieved during yoga practice helped relax back muscles and relieve tension when carrying your little one in a bag.