Best Back Pain Treatment In Chennai

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Normally spine is straight when you see front to back and body is erect when seen from side to side. Abnormal curvature of the spine is spine deformity. Side-to-side abnormal spinal curve is Scoliosis (See Figure). Spine of a person with scoliosis looks more like an “S” or a “C” than a straight line.

Forward bending of the spine which produces a round back deformity is Kyphosis (See Figure). Scoliosis is of 4 types, in that adolescent idiopathic scoliosis accounts for 80 percent of cases, with prevalence of 0.47–5.2 % in general population. The female to male ratio ranges from 1.5:1 to 3:1 which indicates that the female children are affected more. Scoliosis progression is accelerated during the time of menarche.

How to identify:

  • Crooked shoulders—one is higher than the other (Figure).
  • Head does not seem center, it is slightly tilted to one side when they are observed from back or front.
  • One of their hips is higher than the other.
  • When they stand relaxed arm to trunk gap is higher on one side comparing to the other.
  • Their rib cage seems uneven or crooked—one side higher than the other or they have a “rib hump” on one side of their back when they lean over.

Purpose of treatment:

  • To reduce the risk of lung diseases.
  • To prevent them from early onset of back and neck pain problems.
  • To extend the lifespan of the individuals.
  • Cosmetic comes at last.

Back pain is the second most common cause for visiting a doctor after common cold.

1 out of 5 adults suffer from back pain world wide.

Vision & Mission

Vision: To become a leader in Comprehensive Spine management, committed to innovative treatment methods and positive outcomes.

Mission: To relieve pain and improve the quality of life of our patients through personalized/ tailored care at an affordable cost


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