Spinal Muscular Atrophy and Scoliosis
Get 8 free exercises PLUS BONUS insights on what you can do with your SMA child to help them move better with scoliosis.
Learn the basics of the Movement Lesson™ Technique and how to improve your child's scoliosis with these home exercises.
These exercises don't cure scoliosis, but they can relieve back pain, increase your child's mobility in spite of the scoliosis and help your child have more balance and independence in their movements.
These are not exercises you have to do for 2 hours a day, you can do them for 15 minutes a day and watch your child's movements increase.
Increased movements could be things like your child rolling over more, or better, in general moving with more ease, or your child is more wiggly.
I want to help your child's scoliosis, but I also want to start unlocking their movement potential in all parts of their body.
These exercises will do that.
Spinal Muscular Atrophy Scoliosis Exercises
(For SMA Type 1, 2, 3, & 4)
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When a child with Spinal Muscular Atrophy has scoliosis, they can feel and look stuck in their movements.
This technique is about teaching the body how to get unstuck, more balanced, and more independent.
One of my daughters has a 25 degree scoliosis.
I have used the Movement Lesson™ technique to prolong the amount of time it has taken for her body to get there.
I have another SMA child at risk for scoliosis, and I am using this technique, along with other things, to prevent it as much as possible, without using bracing of any kind.
DISCLAIMER: Results will vary with every child depending on the severity of the scoliosis they already have, or if your child with Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) is at risk for scoliosis, this will not prevent it, but can help in prolonging the onset of potential scoliosis.
Please discontinue these exercises immediately if your child expresses discomfort or you are uncomfortable doing the exercises.
THIS WEBSITE IS NOT INTENDED TO BE A SUBSTITUTE FOR PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL ADVICE AND SHOULD NOT BE RELIED ON AS HEALTH OR PERSONAL ADVICE. ALWAYS SEEK THE GUIDANCE OF YOUR DOCTOR OR OTHER QUALIFIED HEALTH PROFESSIONAL WITH ANY QUESTION YOU MAY HAVE REGARDING YOUR CHILD HEALTH OR MEDICAL CONDITION.