Schroth Method Scoliosis Physical therapy Jacksonville, FL
Donnè Ordile, Schroth certified Physical Therapist, can help you with scoliosis, kyphosis, or other spine care.
Donnè is one of the only Schroth Method scoliosis physical therapists in Jacksonville, FL.
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Schroth Method Frequently Asked Questions
Scoliosis is a three dimensional spinal disorder and therefore should be treated using a 3D approach. The schroth method uses 3 dimensional posture specific exercises and breathing to stabilize the spine. The exercises work on axial elongation and derotation to decrease spinal curve, and reduce pain/ stiffness. The Schroth Method is backed by peer reviewed articles (a peer-reviewed article is published in peer-reviewed journals only after review and critiques by multiple scholars in the field in order to make sure that the articles reflect solid evidence). For more Schroth Method research go here.
Physical Therapist, Donnė Ordile, is a certified Schroth method therapist through the Barcelona Scoliosis Physical Therapy School. Donne primarily treats individuals with Scoliosis and Kyphosis in her studio. She specializes in modifying the program to fit each individual’s specific needs. From evaluating x-rays to creating posture specific exercise, she can help reduce your spinal curvature, decrease your pain, prevent surgery and improve body image.
It typically takes 10-15 sessions for individuals to learn and understand the unique 3 Dimensional Schroth Program. Each session is 50 minutes one on one with Schroth Certified Physical Therapist,.
Yes an x-ray is required to receive treatment at Scoliosis PT Jax.
The initial discovery visit is free. Follow up visit prices vary depending on the number of visits and package. We do not accept insurance, however we can give you the paperwork to submit to your insurance.
General physical activities are important not only for physical health, but socially and emotionally and should be continued unless pain becomes an issue. However, certain repetitive movements can be stressful for a spine with scoliosis, such as crunches or sit-ups. Speak with a certified scoliosis specific trained physical therapists to determine what exercises can be modified if needed or eliminated.
Yes! The Schroth Method can help young children, adolescents, and adults. Often adult clients with scoliosis suffer from pain, stiffness and or numbness. The Schroth Method can work to elongate, derotate and strengthen your back while decreasing the pain, stiffness and numbness.