Fort Wayne chiropractic Treatment for Scoliosis with Spinal Stenosis in Older Folks01/31/2012“Scoliois in my spine? But I am 50 years old! I presumed scoliosis was a spine curve in young people.” Well, that is not entirely true. Cox Chiropractic Medicine Inc sees many Fort Wayne seasoned patients with scoliosis and helps calm their pain with chiropractic. Scoliosis (a curvature of the spine) can establish itself in the early years of life and then go downhill OR kindle disc degeneration and pinched nerves in the middle back and lower back. The pinched nerves are formed by a condition called spinal stenosis (a narrowing of the nerve opening spaces in the spine). Now, the condition of scoliosis and disc degeneration may cause pain in the legs due to stenosis. Pain down the legs called sciatica is caused by a specific pinched nerve. But chiropractic can help! Spinal stenosis in older adults with scoliosis is commonplace in our chiropractic, so you’re not an uncommon case! As a matter of fact, one study of 36 patients with a mean age of 69 years had leg pain at a severity level of 6.5 (on a scale of 0 no pain to 10 the worst pain the patient had ever had). 97% of these patients also presented at least one level of severe stenosis, and all but one had severe leg pain, too. (1) Your Fort Wayne chiropractor at Cox Chiropractic Medicine Inc is trained and ready to advise you on an effective stenosis and scoliosis treatment plan to gain pain relief. Cox Chiropractic Medicine Inc is your Fort Wayne chiropractic clinic to diagnose and treat this stenosis patient who has scoliosis. At Cox Chiropractic Medicine Inc you will experience Cox Technic, a form of proven, powerful, gentle care and pain relief. Read more about spinal scoliosis and stenosis, then contact us today.« View All Spine Articles"This information and website content is not intended to diagnose, guarantee results, or recommend specific treatment or activity. It is designed to educate and inform only. Please consult your physician for a thorough examination leading to a diagnosis and well-planned treatment strategy. See more details on the DISCLAIMER page. Content is reviewed by Dr. James M. Cox I."