In a new study, researchers found that scolio exercises could help people manage their neck pain.
Researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the University at Buffalo analyzed data from more than 2,000 patients over a two-year period who had had their chin and upper-arm muscles affected by neck, neck and neck joint injury.
Participants were given scolios to perform for two hours and were asked to rate their comfort levels.
The results revealed that the exercises did not increase the comfort levels of those who performed them, but did decrease pain in those who did.
“What we found is that the scolium exercises are actually effective for some people, but they don’t necessarily increase their comfort,” Dr. Brian Egan, the study’s lead author, said in a statement.
“We think this is because there is a degree of discomfort that is part of the pain that people experience when they are doing the scoli.”
In a previous study, the researchers also looked at the effects of scolias on the spine.
Researchers found that while the scolas had no measurable effects on the spinal discs, they did significantly reduce pain in patients who had suffered a traumatic spinal injury.
The study will be published in the journal PLOS One on Wednesday.
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