What is Structural correction?
Structural correction of the spine is used to correct and improve the presence of a primary condition known as Structural shifts of the spine. These structural shifts are the underlying cause that often reveals themselves as symptoms. These are more commonly referred to as secondary conditions. Therefore, a Structural correction exclusively focuses on correcting these underlying issues.
Structural corrections in a child
In a child’s adolescence, things such as falls while learning to walk or long study periods may culminate to affect your child’s growth. As such, it would be easier to correct any misalignment and postural anomalies in a child than an adult. Since the child’s bodies are developing, the shifting of their anatomy would be much easier. The changes are more noticeable as a child. And fewer visits would be required.