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This is a discussion on Scoliosis within the Health and Fitness forums, part of the Topics of Interest category; I have an Ex who have scoliosiss , i try to help her the much i can but she don't ...

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    I have an Ex who have scoliosiss , i try to help her the much i can but she don't too painful , there is operation and reeducation was the most effective thing i think , at japan.
    She don't want. She was beautiful , i never see that an problem or a negativ way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MeltedSorbet View Post
    Thanks for sharing your experience. What do you mean by 'triggers'?
    Oh, just like standing up or sitting down too long, or lifting too heavy of objects.

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    Usually an atlas misalignment is involved see http://www.atlantotec.com/en. Also try Inclined Bed Therapy http://inclinedbedtherapy.com
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    I had extremely minor scoliosis, I made it a complete non-issue via heavy lifting. I am pretty sure building up the muscles in the core and back will help slow it down or stop it. My mom has moderate scoliosis and she's notice a difference since she started doing some back and core exercises. It won't make it better but it might keep it from getting worse as quickly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MeltedSorbet View Post
    This thread's about Scoliosis and the treatments that are available, as well as research.

    A lot of scoliosis isn't even treated so I'm especially interested in how people treat themselves or help supplement any medical treatment.

    So anyway--just a thread about scoliosis if anyone wants to talk about their experiences, what's helped them, what they didn't know and how it's harmed them etc.


    French guy discover 17 MAY 2019 a new system was pretty effectivez for heal the scoliosis.
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    I had scoliosis, some time traveler(lol) told me to put my hand to my forehead and straighten my back. Did it so many times, that now every time I put my hand to my forehead (to show thinking ), my back automatically straightens. It was painful at first, but like exercise got better

    you must do it manually, or people assume your spirit has been broken, people you don’t even know make a history of you based on just your back being bent forward rather than straight
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    I have mild scoliosis (approx 21? degree curve)
    Schroth exercises work very well for me. Towards the end of puberty, when I started doing them, my curve decreased from 29 degrees, even though I was so bad about doing them consistently.

    I always feel great after doing the exercises, my lungs feels better and more open, and any pain I may be feeling is somewhat alleviated.

    Tbh, I'm so bad about actually practicing it regularly. I will certainly regret it when I am older and I get more serious back pain. Gosh, I'm going to start doing it right now actually. Gotta make it into a routine!
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    There are a number of people who have had success in helping correct scoliosis. A couple I really like are- Edward Paget has some great Instagram and YouTube videos Pain academy on IG does a lot of postural work including scoliosis

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    As someone with scoliosis, cervical herniated disc, hypermobility and kyphosis (plus who knows what else), I strongly recommend against doing weight lifting or any other sport without getting a professional opinion first.

    I joined a gym that had tons of classes (I didn’t know about my condition), became a gym junkie and proceeded to ruin my joints, especially shoulders. By ruin I mean the pain was so bad I couldn’t even carry a bag, open a bottle or walk without a knee pad and it got progressively worse thanks to my moronic doctors. It took them ages to even realized the state of my spine.

    I spent an entire year like a cripple, wasted tons of money on different doctors, got poked with needles, got physical therapy, almost had surgery done on me, used tons of medications, even dealt with stupid “alternative medicine” and finally got sent to a psychiatrist who literally diagnosed me with “Psychosomatic Disorder”. Of course this sounded ridiculous to me but my family was fooled and forced me into theraphy with some jerk. The therapist didn’t believe me when I said it must be a physical condition either and kept insisting that I must have some kind of trauma. I finally got sick of it and stopped seeing the therapist, told my family off and hired a yoga instructor that works with physically disabled individuals. I’m still not as strong as how I was before eveything (I used to be fairly strong) but I can completely function like a normal person with minimum pain now. And funny thing is my family still believes in that psychiatrist’s nonsense despite the evidence to the contrary.

    Longest yoga advertisement you’ve read but it really is awesome for the muscoskeletal system if your instructor knows what they are doing. We don’t meditate and only do it as an exercise. Now my scoliosis is much harder to detect with the eye and my posture has greatly improved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by soop View Post
    I had extremely minor scoliosis, I made it a complete non-issue via heavy lifting. I am pretty sure building up the muscles in the core and back will help slow it down or stop it. My mom has moderate scoliosis and she's notice a difference since she started doing some back and core exercises. It won't make it better but it might keep it from getting worse as quickly.
    Thanks for sharing your experience! How long did it take to feel better?


     
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