Idiopathic scoliosis is a complex clinical picture that requires a multidimensional approach.
The 4D scoliosis therapy not only includes a proven individual three-dimensional approach, but also supplements the physiotherapeutic treatment with a fourth dimension, which is the central nervous system. The integration of the CNS is based on the fact that physiological posture and movement patterns are already stored in the CNS and can be retrieved using neurophysiological treatment techniques.
The 4D concept is based on established methods such as Vojta, Schroth, DNS (dynamic neuromuscular stabilization) and the basal programs by J. Capova.
The 4D scoliosis exercises build on the ontogenetic development of humans. The aim is to optimize trunk stability and breathing dynamics on the basis of centered key joints (shoulders and hips). Muscle chains are activated in a targeted manner, which strive for the greatest possible active correction of the scoliosis.