Scoliosis is an unnatural curvature of the spine that often develops at a young age but goes unnoticed due to minimal pain at its onset. Left untreated, scoliosis can worsen and lead to serious medical problems such as limited mobility, respiratory and digestive problems, and chronic, debilitating pain. If you’re suffering from scoliosis, come to Chiropractic Services, P.A. As a chiropractic office in Oxford, PA, we offer scoliosis therapy to help patients like you address this condition and, when possible, experience relief from its symptoms.
When you come to Chiropractic Services, P.A., you’ll benefit from our:
- Kind, attentive staff
- Easy appointment scheduling
- Convenient office hours
Our Treatment Options
Evaluation and Treatment Plans
At Chiropractic Services, PA, you’re more than a chart! We believe every person should be treated with dignity and respect. There is no such thing as one-size-fits-all care. Our compassionate and caring team will work with you to design a wellness plan to get you whole again.
Not sure if Chiropractic care is the best plan for treating your symptoms? Call today and ask for a free 15 minute consultation appointment to discuss your situation and see how we can help.
We are in-network with many different insurance carriers, please contact us for more information.
We also have out-of-pocket options as well.
Types of Treatment
Because we believe every person matters and each story is different, we offer a variety of treatment options and will tailor a plan to meet your specific needs. Some options for treatment include:
- Chiropractic Spinal Manipulation
- Chiropractic Extremity Manipulation
- Electrical Muscle Stimulation
- Flexion Distraction Technique
- Mechanical Traction
- Therapeutic Exercise
- Cold Laser
What You Need to Know About Your Appointment
As your prepare for your initial appointment, gather these items (if applicable) for your visit:
Driver's License or State-Issued ID
Health Insurance Card
Name of Primary Care Physician
Medical & Surgical History
A List of Your Medications
Prior images (Xray, MRI, CT or EMG studies)
or name and location of facility where study was completed