Scoliosis
( 3 Votes )
Saturday, 01 January 2011 00:00

scoliosis3Pretty cool name, eh? Sound like Italian soccer player, isn't it? Anyway, Scoliosis is a condition that involves larger spinal curves, greater than 10 degrees. The spinal curves are usually S-shaped or C-shaped, and the spine is often twisted. Scoliosis usually occurs in the mid back (thoracic spine) or lower back (lumbar spine).

In most cases, the cause of scoliosis is unknown (called idiopathic scoliosis). Scoliosis can affect adults, but it is most common in young people, especially girls between the ages of 10 and 16. Standing in a qigong posture will realigning vertebrae and relieving undue pressure on the spine.
Qigong will even restructure your spine, bones and skeletal frame as part of the healing process, so that even deformities due to injuries and bone deterioration can be properly corrected and mended! — all without the need for invasive surgery, because qigong is a healing program that works from within.

Begin with qigong diaphragmatic breathing and basic qigong stances: the horse stance, bow stance and empty stance. These stances promote posture that remove pressure on the spine but place added body weight on the legs.y generating healing chi energy circulating that energy along the spine and other affected areas requiring healing and realignment.
"Wall squating", "tung pee" and "3 center merge meridian" would help to realign back the vertebrae. However, scoliosis and other deformities take more time to correct.

 
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