Billy the Kid wrote at 2014-07-13 13:55:44
There is no way chiropractors can "fix" scoliosis.  If this were the case, then why don't reputable doctors send such patients to chiropractors instead of the operating room?  Such surgery is full of a multitude of risks -- why take such risks when a non-invasive approach exists?

One cause of scoliosis is an incomplete formation of the vertebrael bodies.  How would chiropractic care "fix", or even address, this form of scoliosis?


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David Kulla, DC


I can answer any question related to Chiropractic. Questions regarding Disc Herniation, Disc Bulge, Scoliosis and Sciatica, Pinched Nerves, Subluxations, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Headaches, Shoulder and Arm pain, Leg and Hip pain, Neck and Back pain and much more. I also have a specialty in Nutrition: Specifically with Allergies both food and environmental as well as digestion problems.


At the age of 15 I had severe scoliosis (surgery recommended). After a brace failed to help and several other conventional methods failing. I started straightening my scoliosis with Chiropractic care. 10 years later, I became a Chiropractor and no longer have scoliosis. I have been in private practice for over 10 years in New York City. I have first hand knowledge and know what its like to be a Chiropractic Patient as well as a Doctor of Chiropractic.

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