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Where to get brace for scoliosis and lordosis?

Have it evaluated. There are different types of back braces. Each have their specific indications. Have your back evaluated by a professional and get a prescription for an appropriate brace for your specific condition. Often time they may need to be custom made. Read more...
See a doc first. Definitely agree with having it evaluated. Back braces are usually not as necessary or helpful for adults with scoliosis as they are for kids who are still growing. For back pain with scoliosis, other treatments can be more helpful and include physical therapy, and occasional anti inflammatory pills or cortisone shots. Check with a spine specialist first before doing anything. Read more...

Where can I get a brace to help reverse lordosis?

A matter of extremes. The lumbar spine (lower back) has what is known as a lordotic curve, naturally. You do not want to lose the natural curves. You want to get them back to your normal. Read more...

Please help docs! Where can I get a brace to help reduce and possibly reverse my lordosis?

See orthopedic doc. I don't recommend treating yourself with even basic medical devices like braces without talking to a doctor who is knowledgeable on the subject since there might be an underlying disease/injury that needs to be addressed/treated.If cleared by an orthopedic doc, I would recommend physical therapy before a brace.Braces worn all of the time can lead to weakened muscles and increased risk for injuries. Read more...
Medical supply store. You can get off the shelg braces at medical,supply outlets. You could also get a custom brace from a physiatrist. You should also start a supervised. Physical therapy/ rehab program to address the multple issues that can cause a lordosis. Xrays may also be advisable. Read more...

Kyphosis (70degree)with lordosis age20 doctors said there's no necessity for surgery they suggest brace and physical therapy Can my back became better?

Change is constant. I don't know the specifics of your situation so I can't predict a prognosis for you. However, the body is always changing and responding to the forces being placed on it. Have you explored yoga, in particular Iyengar yoga? Iyengar yoga uses props and pays careful attention to alignment. It is generally considered one of the safer styles of yoga and could be beneficial. Read more...

Can physical therapy and brace treat kyphosis (70 degrees) and lordosis at age of 20?

Yes and no. External bracing has to be applied with force to,hold the spine, and many find this uncomfortable and restrictive to wear. It can help, but see an orthopedist to determine why you spine is moving and specific exercises and potential surgery to keep,this from further disfiguring your spine . Read more...