How do you get a twisted spine?
Spinal alignment and curvature can be altered in many ways. They can occur as a result of a birth defect, a child’s growth, aging, injury, or previous spine surgery. The most common type of spinal deformity in adults is degenerative scoliosis.
Can you fix a twisted spine?
Sometimes surgery may be needed to control the growth of the spine until an operation to straighten it can be done when they stop growing. Adults may need treatment to relieve pain, such as painkillers, spinal injections and, very occasionally, surgery.
What happens if you twist your spine?
When you twist your lower back, such as during a golf swing or while bending to unload grocery bags, you run the risk of overstretching or tearing any of the large muscles or supporting ligaments around your spine. In response to this damage, the surrounding area will usually become inflamed.
What does scoliosis pain feel like?
Jayme F: “It feels like a stiffness and tightness in my lower back.” While more common in adults, stiffness and tightness of the lower back can be a common scoliosis-related symptom. As the body tries to adjust to the abnormal spinal curvature, muscles and ligaments can become stretched and strained from overuse.