Scoliosis is a disease which involves lateral curvature of the spine. Right sided curves are most common and different theories point to genetic, neuromuscular, hormonal, and growth factors, though it appears as if the cause is multi-factorial. Females are nine times more likely to require treatment than males, mostly because they are more likely to have larger, progressive curves.
The brain influences spinal structures. Medial rectus eye muscles and multifidi muscles of the spine are under the same neurological relationships and have the same constraints. So, by stimulating the non-dominant eye, the multifidi also become stimulated and tone changes will occur.
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