Uneven shoulders are a potential sign of scoliosis but, it could also be a condition of deformity of the spine. Scoliosis can affect the shoulders and it is one of the common symptoms of scoliosis. As the spine curves sideways in individuals with scoliosis, it can cause the shoulder blades to become uneven or asymmetrical. This can lead to one shoulder appearing higher than the other. Additionally, the uneven curvature of the spine can contribute to changes in the overall alignment of the upper body, including the shoulders.
What Are The Symptoms of Scoliosis?
Here are two major uneven shoulders symptoms:
The most prominent sign of scoliosis is a visible curve or bend in the spine. This curve can be either “C”-shaped or “S”-shaped and is usually more evident when the person bends forward. It also causes asymmetry in the pelvis. Having one hip higher than the other while standing is an indication of the spine’s abnormal curvature. It causes one side of the pelvis to be raised.
Back Pain or Discomfort:
Some individuals with scoliosis may experience back pain or discomfort, particularly if the curvature of the spine is severe. This pain can result from the strain on muscles and ligaments caused by abnormal spinal curvature.
Can You Live a Normal Life With Scoliosis?
Many people with scoliosis can lead normal lives. The impact of scoliosis on daily life varies depending on the severity of the curvature and any associated symptoms. Mild cases might require occasional check-ups. It’s important to work closely with medical professionals to manage the condition and maintain an active lifestyle.
How To Fix Uneven Shoulders
Gladly, uneven shoulders can be fixed by some exercises. You must practice these exercises twice or thrice a week. These exercises strengthen our muscles and promote symmetrical alignment.
Shoulder blade squeeze: Bring your arms alongside your body and squeeze your shoulder blades. Hold this position for a while and relax. Continue it for 30 seconds.
Ear-to-shoulder stretch: sit with your head and back straight in line. Keep your shoulders still and tilt your head towards your shoulder. Massage opposite shoulder with hand. Repeat this stretch at least two times on each side.
Shoulder raise: bring your arm to your sides. Stand straight and raise your shoulder up to your ears. Hold this position for a while and relax. Continue it for 30 seconds.
Why choose KKT
KKT provides treatment by restoring the natural balance of the spine with Quantum Acoustic Waves. The full congenital scoliosis treatment program also includes specifically prescribed dynamic spine mobilization exercises, which assist the KKT process noted above. KKT takes an active rather than passive approach to scoliosis treatment where traditional treatment allows patients to become dependent on their braces and potentially deteriorate into muscular atrophy and weakness, often leading to surgery. KKT allows for greater mobility, spinal corrections, and the time to regenerate unbalanced muscles, joints, and bones.
KKT is paving the way to preventing its detrimental effects. If you see uneven shoulders symptoms then seek guidance from our experts call us at 0800-00-558