An Open Letter from Dr. Ryan N. Russell, D.C. Scoliosis Specialist
Dear Scoliosis Sufferer,
Imagine your life without scoliosis.
No pain. No embarrassing or uncomfortable braces. Playing sports. Dancing. Being active. Having the freedom to do what you want to do, when you want to do it.
You need to understand…
There are safe, effective ways to alleviate scoliosis and provide full-body healing WITHOUT drugs, surgery, or even braces
The answer is a revolutionary new treatment for scoliosis, called the CLEAR Institute Method.
A breakthrough merge of over 10 different techniques, the Method is achieving outstanding results for scoliosis sufferers of all ages—including correction and reduction of abnormal spinal curvature in as little as a month.
Until now, if you’ve been a scoliosis sufferer, you’ve had three options:
- Observation (less than 25 degrees curvature). Typically, nothing is done to treat scoliosis at this early stage besides “watching it.” And if you’re like most, it means watching it get worse.
- Brace (25-40 degrees curvature). Of course, the only hope here is to STOP progression—not to correct it.
- Surgery (40+ degrees curvature). In extreme cases, you may have a rod inserted in your spine—but again, the hope here is to stop progression, not correct it. And the ultimate result is often permanent disability.
Now, thanks to this remarkable new treatment, we can not only stop scoliosis in its tracks—without the use of painful and embarrassing treatments like surgery and braces—but we can help correct it.
Please, read through my website to find out how. Or, call us NOW at 205-637-1363 to schedule a FREE consultations. I can meet with you in person or over the phone to discuss your options.
Remember: help is just around the corner.
Yours in health,
Dr. Ryan N. Russell
Alabama Scoliosis Center
DR. RYAN RUSSELL
What is scoliosis?
Scoliosis is the outcome of a progressive 3D deformation of the spine. X-rays will help you determine if you have scoliosis, based on a measurement called the “Cobb’s Angle.” Any angle over 10 degrees is considered scoliosis. This X-ray is a picture of someone with a 23 degree angle.