Scoliosis – 29 year old woman

Scoliosis

A lot of people take their health for granted, until it becomes apparent that medical intervention is necessary. I learned in my early teenage years of a condition called scoliosis being diagnosed with spinal curvature. In the early 1970’s physicians recommended surgery or wearing a cumbersome Milwaukee back brace for a long period of time. Luckily, my mom took me to a chiropractor versus the other treatments discussed.

I moved to Arizona from Wisconsin four years ago and did not have much luck in finding a chiropractor I could rely on. After several tries with various chiropractors, I gave up and stopped seeking treatment for almost a year. My life then became a constant battle with headaches, backaches, and I was frequently ill from catching simple viruses which were prevalent in the hospital work environment. Feeling pain and developing a lower immunity system did not help my day to day functions as a medical social worker. At times, my concentration was more on my own physical pain which made helping others difficult.

A few miracles soon came into my life, one of which included Dr. Joe Hornback. Urging from my fiance helped to bring me under the care of Dr. Joe where I have remained for the past year and a half. My health has improved to the point where I can lead an active life and not be a slave to suffering. With regular adjustments, I find less valuable time spent being sick.

I also want to thank Dr. Joe for his kindness and medical intervention last year following a car accident where I was rear-ended. This situation caused problems with my neck, shoulders and back. My recovery was prompted by regular care by Dr. Joe. There are no long term effects from the accident, because I went to see Dr. Joe immediately after the accident and continued under his care.

Sincerely,

Cathy

The information furnished by Joe Hornback, D.C. is of a general nature and is designed for educational purposes only. As each situation is unique, do not rely on this information for diagnosis and treatment. Please note, chiropractors do not diagnose or treat diseases. Any conditions referred to in this website have been diagnosed by other health care practitioners. Joe Hornback, D.C. recommends that you visit a qualified Doctor of Chiropractic for individual and personal attention.

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