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Developing a Scoliosis-Specific Chiropractic Protocol

Woggon, Dennis; Woggon, Josh; Su Yen Chong

December 2013

American Chiropractor;Dec2013, Vol. 35 Issue 12, p16

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Scoliosis treatment using a combination of manipulative and rehabilitative therapy: a retrospective case series

By Dr. Mark W Morningstar, Dr. Dennis Woggon and Dr. Gary Lawrence

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 Proven Scoliosis Treatment and Information on Scoliosis

A detailed study of CLEARTM Institute's methodology and it's proven effectiveness. Scoliosis is a dis-ease of the neuro-muscular skeletal system. The Medical “Gold Standard of treatment which is bracing and surgery, has few positive results. As Spinal Experts, the chiropractic profession should take the lead in the correction and stabilization of the Scoliotic patient.

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Can Chiropractic care help scoliosis?

Can Chiropractic care help Scoliosis? This article contains information on scoliosis and an overview of scoliosis mechanics, common causes, and corrections.

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Scoliosis Correction: Independent of Age and Information on Scoliosis

By: Kristin Schafer & Michelle Kerr

Interviewing Marvin, an 83 year young male with scoliosis who has been undergoing scoliosis corrective care at CLEARTM Institute for 1 year.

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Scoliosis Misconceptions and Information on Scoliosis

Contrary to medical misinformation, scoliosis correction is effective and predictable through chiropractic care. Scoliosis is from the Greek word σκωλοσς [skoliosis] which means “crookedness”. According to Taber’s Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary, 18th ed. [F.A. Davis Co.: Philadelphia, PA, 1997; p.1727], scoliosis is a lateral curvature of the spine. It usually consists of two curves: a primary abnormal curve, and a compensatory curve in the opposite direction. Some chiropractors tend to use the term “scoliosis” to describe the presence of any, if even slight, lateral curvature of the spine. However, such a loose definition is a common misconception.

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Scoliosis: Is Early Intervention The Answer?

By Dr. Jaqueline Smith

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The Straight Facts and Information on Scoliosis

on Good Posture During Pregnancy

By Laura Cone

Dr. Dennis Woggon, founder and director of the St. Cloud Chiropractic Clinic in St. Cloud, Minn., and the author of more than 50 articles and books on spinal biomechanics, says women who are pregnant need to be mindful of good posture. "Posture is the window to the spine," says Dr. Woggon. "If you have poor posture, you can have a myriad of problems such as headaches, backaches, numbness in hands, constipation, neck pain [and] numbness in feet."

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Fix Scoliosis

A blog focused on what research has to say about adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS), information on scoliosis, its etiology (origin/cause) and what scientific support there is for treating scoliosis with CLEART Institute protocol.

Written by: Dr Will Kalla

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Adult Scoliosis and Information on Scoliosis

By Dr. Matthew Schwab

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Scoliosis: Avoid the Pain with Prevention and Information on Scoliosis

By: Dr. Matthew Schwab

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Spinal Surgery isn't the answer to scoliosis

By Teagin Maddox, New York

There are millions of people worldwide suffering from scoliosis. Thousands of children will have dangerous and unnecessary spinal fusion surgery every year because parents are told that surgery is the only way to treat scoliosis. In fact, that was part of a Gannett News Service report published this summer in the St. Cloud Times.

Your turn: Spinal surgery isn’t the answer to scoliosis - St. Cloud Times

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