Specific Exercises 
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Lifestyle Changes
For Scoliosis 

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Specific Exercises 
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Lifestyle Changes For Scoliosis 
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The Scoliosis Correction Protocol™ is a whole body movement based approach for scoliosis management.
The course is divided into 7 steps outlined below.
Lauren Cook
Lauren Cook
"Within 2 weeks both my chiropractor and dentist commented on how much flexibility I had gained, how my posture had improved and how my hips and pelvis were stable for the first time in a year....the exercises have been life changing."

Step 1 Understand

The first step is understanding your scoliosis. Don’t just jump into exercises. You need to know what type of scoliosis you have. How many degrees is it. Is it progressive or stable.

Is it one of the 4 common types. C curve, reverse C curve, S curve, reverse S curve if it is one of those 4 common types then this approach can help you.

Step 2 Assess

This is where we look at your whole body. On almost everyone who has scoliosis there is an asymmetry elsewhere in their body. As you move through life these asymmetries may well be working against the specific scoliosis exercises you will be doing and changes might be either short lived or hard to come by. This is the most important step but most specialists don't see the importance of assessing peoples feet, knees, hips, shoulders, ears, eyes, teeth for asymmetry and where possible correcting them. This step also includes the Back Pain Correction Protocol, a series of movements designed to help people beat back pain, as scoliosis and back pain commonly go together. 

Step 3 Mobilize

Many people with scoliosis have a decrease in their spinal mobility and coordination. The aim of this step is to teach the specific scoliosis mobility exercises to help you get your mobility back and lay the foundation for what is to come.
This Step is also available as part of the budget friendly Scoliosis Mobility to Stability formula which allows people to buy Step 3, 4 and 5 of the Protocol.

Step 4 Strengthen

Once we have created mobility in the spine we need to add strength or stability. This is important because strength will help hold the spine in the new positions. Just having increased mobility (like after a massage or chiropractic adjustment) isn't any good without having the strength to hold it. Some people find their curves actually increase is the if they just work on mobility without the strength to hold that new mobility

Step 5 Endurance

Once you have the mobility and the strength you need endurance. This is because scoliosis is a 24 hour a day problem. It never stops because gravity never stops we need muscular endurance to keep the spine in the correct position.

Step 6 Mindset

Mindset is a commonly overlooked area when it comes to working with scoliosis. This section takes you into the science of habit building, how to overcome doubts and how to identify and remain focused on your goals. 

Step 7 Lifestyle

Once people understand their scoliosis they usually have questions on how to sleep, what to eat, what exercises are good for their scoliosis, what exercises are bad etc. This and more is covered in the seventh and final step of the protocol. 

Step 1 Understand
The first step is understanding your scoliosis. Don’t just jump into exercises. You need to know what type of scoliosis you have. How many degrees is it. Is it progressive or stable.

Is it one of the 4 common types. C curve, reverse C curve, S curve, reverse S curve if it is one of those 4 common types then this approach can help you.



Step 2 Assess
This is where we look at your  whole body. On almost everyone who has scoliosis there is an asymmetry elsewhere in their body. As you move through life these asymmetries may well be working against the specific scoliosis exercises you will be doing and changes might be either short lived or hard to come by. This is the most important step but most specialists don't see the importance of assessing peoples feet, knees, hips, shoulders, ears, eyes, teeth for asymmetry and where possible correcting them.  This step also includes the Back Pain Correction Protocol, a series of movements designed to help people beat back pain, as scoliosis and back pain commonly go together. 


Step 3 Moblize
Many people with scoliosis have a decrease in their spinal mobility and coordination.  The aim of this step is to teach the specific scoliosis mobility exercises to help you get your mobility back and lay the foundation for what is to come.
This Step is also available as part of the budget friendly Scoliosis Mobility to Stability formula which allows people to buy Step 3, 4 and 5 of the Protocol.
Step 4 Strengthen
This is where we look at your  whole body. On almost everyone who has scoliosis there is an asymmetry elsewhere in their body. As you move through life these asymmetries may well be working against the specific scoliosis exercises you will be doing and changes might be either short lived or hard to come by. This is the most important step but most specialists don't see the importance of assessing peoples feet, knees, hips, shoulders, ears, eyes, teeth for asymmetry and where possible correcting them.  This step also includes the Back Pain Correction Protocol, a series of movements designed to help people beat back pain, as scoliosis and back pain commonly go together. 


Step 5 Endurance
Once you have the mobility and the strength you need endurance. This is because scoliosis is a 24 hour a day problem. It never stops because gravity never stops we need muscular endurance to keep the spine in the correct position
Step 7 Lifestyle
Once people understand their scoliosis they usually have questions on how to sleep, what to eat, what exercises are good for their scoliosis, what exercises are bad etc.  This and more is covered in the seventh and final step of the protocol. 
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What people are saying

""When I first started with your programme I was experience a lot of pain.
Walking was difficult. I had to stop and catch my breath every few minutes and lean against a wall for support.
Now when I walk with my husband we go for over an hour. I never had to sit down and stop...and, hardly any pain!!! 😊😊I can’t thank you enough."
Sue Plumtree


“I enjoy using the exercises from the Scoliosis Correction Protocol as part of my spinal health program."
Dr Terry Wahls

Clinical Professor of Internal Medicine


""Oh My Gosh- I am ALREADY feeling relief after a few days! 
 
I used to wake up 2-3 times a night with shooting pain that anti inflammatories couldn't touch. 
 
Now I have been waking up just because I want to notice what it feels like to lay in bed pain free- THANK YOU!.""
Susan Terra


Professional Testimonials

Mihir Shah, 
Osteopath and Fellow of Applied Functional Science.

To be able to learn a 3 Dimensional approach to scoliosis online was a real help to me. There are not a lot of opportunities for continued education where I work so the Scoliosis Correction Protocol™ for professionals was perfect. The way Ed has put the program together makes it easy to follow and it contains is a lot of practical assessment and treatment information that I’ve added to my general treatments, not just for people with scoliosis. I’d recommend it to anyone who is looking to take continued education but doesn’t want to or isn’t able to travel.



Donna Ognibene Movement Specialist, Strength and Conditioning Coach, and Consultant, USA

I have been looking for practical and applicable course to help my students and athletes best impact their scoliosis. I work with swimmers, runners, actors, models, adults and athletes looking for more comfortable, confident and capable bodies. With the Scoliosis Correction Protocol™ I have an effective and easy to system to learn from and use. With the volume of information out there to choose from, the Scoliosis Correction Protocol™ stands alone in it's value offered and easy to implement system.




Paul Hunter PT, FCAMPT, CGIMS
Physiotherapist
Medical Director for the Canadian Speed Skating Team at the Sochi Olympics

I worked with Ed professionally at the highest level of Canadian sport for 2 years and was always impressed by his ability
to go to the source of a movement problem. At the elite level of sport we look for medical innovators, those people that challenge conventional practice and come out with something better. Ed used a variety of innovative movement screens which would be adapted to each athlete to effectively show us and the athlete where there was a problem. His treatments then blended osteopathic techniques with movement rehab to keep our athletes performing at their best.
Mihir Shah, 
Osteopath and Fellow of Applied Functional Science.

To be able to learn a 3 Dimensional approach to scoliosis online was a real help to me. There are not a lot of opportunities for continued education where I work so the Scoliosis Correction Protocol™ for professionals was perfect. The way Ed has put the program together makes it easy to follow and it contains is a lot of practical assessment and treatment information that I’ve added to my general treatments, not just for people with scoliosis. I’d recommend it to anyone who is looking to take continued education but doesn’t want to or isn’t able to travel.
Richard Robinson, DC
Member of the Canadian Olympic Medical Team 2006, 2008, 2010, 2014

As a Chiropractor working in high performance sport over 15 years I had not had an opportunity to work with an Osteopath until I met Ed Paget. His clinical skills and innovative treatments were extremely effective but I was most impressed tin his movement based problem solving skills. I liked his ability to taylor specific exercises to correct the athlete’s functional deficit and enhance the performance sport specially which had a very positive effect on our team.

Paul Hunter PT, FCAMPT, CGIMS
Physiotherapist
Medical Director for the Canadian Speed Skating Team at the Sochi Olympics

I worked with Ed professionally at the highest level of Canadian sport for 2 years and was always impressed by his ability
to go to the source of a movement problem. At the elite level of sport we look for medical innovators, those people that challenge conventional practice and come out with something better. Ed used a variety of non standard movement screens which would be adapted to each athlete to effectively show us and the athlete where there was a problem. His treatments then blended osteopathic techniques with movement rehab to keep our athletes performing at their best.
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