Spiral Stabilisation for Children

Spiral Stabilisation for Children

Scoliosis is caused by an asymmetric muscle imbalance. The shape of the spine is determined by an incorrect situation in the muscle apparatus. The error in the muscle apparatus is caused by a disorder of movement control and body perception. By working on the muscle apparatus, we can treat disorders of the spine and movement control.

Spiral Stabilisation for Children

Rehabilitation Process

Spiral stabilisation system – active training of the muscle chains – gives the opportunity to influence the main cause of scoliosis – disturbed stabilising muscle corset and disturbed movement coordination, mainly in gait.

When should you start therapy?

The sooner we start the therapy process the better the results we are able to reach. Decompensated large curves require an individual treatment programme so the sooner we can get your therapy programme planned out and help your progress.


Scoliosis is a gait (walking) coordination and stabilisation disorder. Incorrectly coordinated walking aggravates scoliosis.

Spiral Stabilisation treatment focused on eliminating muscle imbalances. We stretched muscle tightness to support the correct functioning of spiral chains. 

We strengthened spiral muscle chains (interscapular muscles, abdominal oblique muscles and glutes) that resulted in the straightening of the scoliotic curve.

Spiral Stabilisation for Children
Spiral Stabilisation for Children
Spiral Stabilisation for Children
Spiral Stabilisation for Children

Benefits of Spiral Stabilisation

Spiral Stabilisation helps to prevent injury and aid recovery from injury, whilst reducing pain and discomfort and increasing flexibility and movement. 

You may be undergoing or recovering from surgical treatment and find that Spiral Stabilisation assists with preparation, recovery, prevention of complications. 

Other Benefits

  • Supports correct posture, stability of movement and corrects muscle imbalances
  • Re-establishes natural movement after loss, e.g. to joints or back
  • Relieves pressure on the inter-vertebral discs and joints
  • Aids back and joint pain relief
  • Promotes spine regeneration
  • Strengthens weak muscles
  • Improves flexibility
  • Develops natural coordination and balance
  • Easy to learn exercises
  • Curative and preventative

Conditions Spiral Stabilisation helps with:

  • Disc degeneration/prolapse/herniation
  • Scoliosis (kyphosis, lordosis)
  • Failed back surgery syndrome 
  • Hip and knee surgery

Muscle chains based Scoliosis therapy

Spiral Stabilisation for Children

Muscle Chain Exercise

Spiral Stabilisation for Children

Who Is Spiral Stabilisation For?

Spiral Stabilisation can be used by anyone who suffers from back pain or who wants to improve movement and comfort. You might have a sedentary job which causes discomfort or have pain from overloading heavyweights (or even carrying young children!).

These exercises renew muscle balance, releasing painful muscle tension and optimising movement coordination.

People who will benefit from treatment include:

  • Scoliosis sufferers – Scoliosis is caused by an asymmetric muscle imbalance.
  • Back pain / Posture sufferers – Poor posture is the case of 80% of chronic back pain.
  • Post-surgical – Spiral Stabilisation of the spine, post surgery, benefits recovery.
  • Arthritis sufferers – Body balancing leads to a decompression of joints and alleviates pain.
  • Children/Youth, over 5 – targeting poor posture caused by long periods of sitting at a desk at school, or by conditions such as kyphosis, lordosis, scoliosis and Scheuermann’s disease.
  • Seniors – working towards a pain-free, active retirement by maintaining stable walking and rectifying instability and giddiness, to prevent falling.
  • Athletes – working on fast activation of the stabilising muscles and active stretching for better performance, quicker recovery and injury prevention.
  • Prenatal and postnatal – preparation for pregnancy, exercising during pregnancy and recovery after giving birth.
  • Wheelchair users – Alleviating pain, correcting postural alignment and tailored to the individuals’ requirements.

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