Scoliosis Chiropractor Care Hallandale Florida. Scoliosis is a sideways curvature of the spine that most often is diagnosed in adolescents. While scoliosis can occur in people with conditions such as cerebral palsy and muscular dystrophy, the cause of most childhood scoliosis is unknown. Most cases of scoliosis are mild, but some curves worsen as children grow.
Typically, scoliosis begins as a minor bend in the spine that gradually progresses over a lifetime. A diagnosis of scoliosis is made when the spine curves more than ten degrees to the right or left when a patient is facing the examiner. Once the spine has advanced to more extreme stages of scoliosis there can be severe health consequences.
The good news is that if the bending of the spine is discovered early on, and Chiropractic care is received, it can be prevented from advancing to a debilitating state. Amunategui II Chiropractic Center will show how scoliosis can be identified, and how chiropractic care in Hallandale Beach, Florida can work to reverse its effects and return your body to full health.
Hallandale Beach Florida Chiropractor Joseph Amunategui II. Dr. Joseph Amunategui II, DC is very passionate about being a South Florida healthcare provider and strives to ensure that all patients get the care they need for their individual injuries. Every treatment plan is dedicated to the individual along with updates to benefit the patient. Dr. Amunategui believes that patient education and active care will allow the patient to improve and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Dr. Joseph Amunategui II, DC takes a very personalized approach to chiropractic care and ensures that every patient understands the science and purpose behind chiropractic treatments and adjustments. Providing services to the Miami, Broward and Palm Beach, Florida community. Proudly serving South Florida for over 50 years. Same location since 1973. Chiropractic care for the entire family.
1025 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd. Suite 8, Hallandale Beach, Florida, 33009
Tuesday-Friday 2:00 – 7:00 pm
Also Wednesdays and Friday mornings from 9:00 am – 12:00 noon