Spinal Deformity

Health Plus Physical Therapy Center

Physical Therapy center located at 2114 Oak Tree Rd, Edison, NJ 08820

At Health Plus, we provide tailored therapy services to address various conditions and injuries. Our goal is to help you regain mobility, alleviate pain, and enhance your well-being. With advanced techniques and compassionate care, we’re here to support your journey to recovery.

Spinal Deformity:

Spinal deformities present a diverse range of conditions altering the natural alignment of the spine, including scoliosis, kyphosis, and lordosis. These deformities may stem from genetic factors, developmental issues, or traumatic events. By understanding these conditions, individuals can embark on a journey to manage and improve their spinal health.


Spinal deformities may arise from congenital factors, degenerative changes, injuries, or neuromuscular conditions. Beyond physical changes, these conditions can impact daily life, causing discomfort, limited mobility, or, in severe cases, affecting respiratory function.


Accurate diagnosis involves a combination of physical examinations and imaging studies, such as X-rays or MRI scans. This helps healthcare professionals understand the specific deformity, its severity, and potential impact on overall spinal health.

Treatment Options:

Conservative Measures: Physical therapy, targeted exercises, and bracing can help manage symptoms and prevent progression, particularly in mild to moderate cases. Medications: Pain management, anti-inflammatories, and muscle relaxants may be prescribed to alleviate discomfort associated with spinal deformities. Surgery: In more severe cases or when conservative methods are ineffective, surgical interventions like spinal fusion or corrective procedures may be considered to stabilize and realign the spine.

Lifestyle Adjustments:

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is crucial for managing and preventing spinal deformities. Regular exercise, especially activities strengthening core muscles, practicing good posture, and avoiding activities that strain the spine contribute to overall spinal well-being.


Understanding and addressing spinal deformities empower individuals to navigate the complexities of these conditions. If you suspect or experience symptoms associated with spinal deformity, seeking consultation with a healthcare professional is crucial. Together, you can explore tailored solutions, whether through conservative measures or surgical interventions, to enhance spinal health and overall quality of life.

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Scheuermann's Disease

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