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May 16th, 2008 | by admin |

 

Scoliosis

Exercises to Correct Scoliosis

by: Saurabh Jain

A question that people normally ask is whether exercises to correct scoliosis are effective. Scoliosis is the lateral curvature of the spine. It is a progressive disease. Experts feel that exercises to correct scoliosis are not that effective, as little evidence is found about the effectiveness of exercises. However, exercises do help in slowing down the progress of the spinal curvature and allow for some reduction in the angle of curvature. Stretching exercises are performed to increase the mobility of the spine in the right direction. The physical therapist also tries to improve the muscle tone and posture. The thrust of these exercises is to exert corrective force on the spine in the direction opposite the direction of the curve.



Scoliosis Braces and Exercise to Correct Scoliosis

People wearing scoliosis braces are often suggested exercise to correct scoliosis. These exercises are aimed at helping the wearer adapt to the brace, to allow for correction of the spinal deformity, and to improve trunk muscular tone during the period braces are worn. Braces tend to lead the muscles into losing muscle tone. The physical therapist suggests other exercises for trunk and pelvic correction, which are required to be performed everyday.

Exercise to correct scoliosis does help in a limited way to reduce curve angles by several degrees. This has found to help the breathing process in people who do these exercises regularly. It has not been observed whether the improvement in curvature is of permanent nature. Exercises are not an alternative to surgery procedure. Where surgery is recommended, it should not be delayed in favor of therapeutic exercise.

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Scoliosis is not related to flexibility issues or lack of strength. Thus, exercise to correct scoliosis is relatively ineffective. However, scoliosis does not act as a deterrent to normal physical activity. Children and teenagers with scoliosis can participate in sports and recreational activities. They can even perform normal exercises that help build muscle strength and endurance. They can even train to improve their cardiovascular conditioning like normal people.


About The Author

Saurabh Jain is the Executive Editor of Online Back pain resource, www.backpain-resources-online.com

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. He has developed this site to provide valuable information to people suffering from back pain. This site enumerates different causes and factors related to back pain, guides through the different back pain treatments and suggests exercises for treatments of different types of back pain. The site is a free online resource for back pain and its remedies. The visitors can also find valuable information and reviews about the different equipments and therapies for back pain relief. Visit www.backpain-resources-online.com
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for more information.

This is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Seek the guidance of a licensed physician if you need medical advice.

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  1. 88 Responses to “Scoliosis”

  2. By RUTH T. OARES on Jun 24, 2008

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    what cause of scoliosis desease? how it can prevents?

  3. By Michele Smith

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    on Jul 25, 2008
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    I have scoliosis surgery 28 years ago I was 18years old now at 47 I find that my from my pelvis,hip and legs hurt all the time also I have trouble standing and walking.Is this
    normal or should I see a doctor. I had the surgery at henry ford hospital of Detroit MI

  4. By Michele Smith

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    on Jul 25, 2008
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    I had surgery when I was 18yrs old now at 47yrs old I have pelvis,hipand leg pain all the time and I find it hard to stand and walk is this normal.

  5. By Hamid on Jul 30, 2008

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    Dear sir:

    I’m Hamid A. Mansour ( an Iraqi computer programmer) ,I have a congenital thoracic Kyphoscoliosis of more than 90 degree .

    I ‘m very glad to have the opportunity to make contact with your honest organization and to tell you about my medical conditions. The associated degenerative changes in my thoracic spine, causes an intermittent severe agonizing pain that made me disabled, meanwhile I have a strong hope and faith that I will get over my pain and so I’m working hard in my job and lately I had a visit to the USA and I attend a course in GIS. During my visit to USA, I hade seen an orthopedic surgeon whom advised me to do the surgery.

    Really I’m in need to do the surgery and a medical care & I think when these two things will be available I can feel secure and at least I can stop the associated progressive degenerative changes and the intermittent agonizing pain and so I can practice my job normally and help my family .

    Hamid A. Mansour

    Computer programmer

  6. By lia Beck on Aug 11, 2008

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    My 14 year old daughter has a 40 degree curve from scoliosis – do we go for surgery or leave it and do physical therapy?

  7. By Nafeesa Ali on Aug 21, 2008

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    hi,
    Sorry to hear about your daughter. I have the same condition and was diagnosed at 13yrs with a 40 degree curvature. I wore a back brace until age 19. The brace was very difficult to wear…..since i literally had to live in it. I am 28 yrs now and my back has gotten a lil worst. But i am now starting back strenghtening exercises. As for recommendations for your daughter’s condition….surgery is a big deal….i am no doctor but i think she should be on the BRACE, exercise everyday and keep doing x-rays each year to monitor progrees….

  8. By payal jain on Aug 25, 2008

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    hi
    my niece is going to be three and she has congenital scoliosis of 100 degree curvature.

    located in india and econmically not that sound.

    docs have said she need an immediate surgery however the tentative expenses vary from 4-27 lakhs. any idea how much it generally is?

    and any source from which financial help can be sought?

    any recommendation in terms of good doctors?

  9. By Margie

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    on Aug 29, 2008
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    In response to the comment left by Michele Smith on 7/25/08… I am a 50 yr old female who has surgery for scoliosis when I was 25. I suffer on a daily basis with hip, leg and pelvic pain also. I have trouble walking and standing as well. When I sit for long periods of time it is difficult to walk, some burning sensation in the thigh area. I would really like to talk with you, as you are the first person I have come across that has ALOT of the same symptoms, I don’t feel so alone now! :)

  10. By Sue on Sep 2, 2008

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    I am now 44yr old. I had an “S” curve in my spine when I was 17yr so I had a spinal fusion done. I have an 18inch rod attached to my spine. Now I have trouble bending over to vacuum or wash floors or wash dishes. It takes me a while to be able to stand up straight. Does anybody have a reason why? I like walking and don’t have trouble walking.

  11. By jenny girl on Sep 8, 2008

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    hi, i am a 25 yr. old who has dealt with severe upper back pain, aswell as trouble standing or sitting. i find myself unable to get rid of this pain. i was informed a few years back that i could go on pain med. or therapy to try to curb the pain. i found myself on the meds aswell as therapy.the therapy hurt me sooooo bad. i cannot bend forward or stand straight. i have been to chiropractors and had electro shock to my muscles and all seemed to make the pain stay and sometimes made it worse. the top of my spine between my shoulder blades is curved bad to the left, and i have to bend to that side to help with the pain aswell as slouch or keep bending side to side while sitting… can anyone relate or know anyone who has this kind of pain and trouble????? i have wondered abour scoliosis and have it in my family…. desperately seeking help and relief

  12. By Margie on Sep 8, 2008

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    Dear Jenny Girl, Have you been diagnosed with Scoliosis? If not, you need to see an orthopedic physician. The Dr. can answer most of those questions for you. I personally was diagnosed with scoliosis at the age of 10, had corrective surgery for it when I was 25. I am 50 yrs old now. I had a 60 degree curve between my shoulder blades and a 44 degree curve in the waist area. A curve between the shoulder blades can interfere with your organs, such as reducing space for the heart and lungs. Make yourself an appt. with a ortho dr. You are a young woman and you want the best quality of life for yourself! Take care… :)

  13. By Corinna

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    on Sep 10, 2008
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    I have a fourteen year old son who had an MRI and his report showed Mild dextroscoliosis and mild chronic anterior wedge deformities
    D10,D11 and D12 vertebraes with associated mild dorsal kyphosis. along with this is small schmorls nodes noted within the D9 through L1 vertebral endplates and mild disc bulge D10-11 and D11-12 with only partial effacement of CSF space anterior to teh cord. Should this prevent him from playing football?

  14. By Linda

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    on Sep 19, 2008
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    i am thirteen and was diagnosed with a 31degree curve 3months ago, i have the S curve. but the one on my lower back is the more severe one. i got another x-ray yesterday and it is at a 41 degree angle now (increased 10 degree’s in 3 months). i’m young and i don’t want to have surgery done and have problems with the poles in my back when i get older. is it to late to where a brace or do therapy or do streches.

    i need advice!!!!

  15. By Justin on Sep 24, 2008

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    I found out that I had Scoliosis when I was 32 years old, after a chest xray. I have also been in a few minor car wrecks that months later caused lower (# 4 & 5 vertabre) back pain. I always went to a Chiropractor to heal my pain. In fact, now at 53, I visit my Chiropractor on a montly maintenence basis. I would never consider surgery. I’m a bodybuilder, runner, surfer and skateboarder. Why no mention of Chiropractic care in treatment? You medical physicians are all so wrapped up in money. That “oath” was just to get you through the door. People, try Chiropractic treatment before pain meds, muscle relaxers, and surgery. The MD won’t tell you that you’ll continue to be in pain after surgery.

  16. By vicky on Sep 25, 2008

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    i am 39, for several years now, i walk with a limp, lose balance easily, stagger, weak ankles, and problems with hip pain. i have gone to a chiropractor and found that my spine was curved inward, not sideways, could this be scoliosis? my teacher said its possible.
    please help.

  17. By alex novak on Sep 30, 2008

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    my god people i have severe back problems and have been put on disability, doctors pain management and specialists are well lets face it you do not know anything just admit it !! omg your just as ignornant as you were when you first knew of this and with viox and all your making us a test rat in your cage !!! comon print this if you have the guts

  18. By LISA HANCOCK

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    I HAD SURGERY AT 16, IN 1981, AT CHILDERENS HOSPITAL IN SAN DIAGO,CALIFORNIA. I’M NOW 42 AND I HAVE PAIN EVERY DAY, ITS JUST SOME DAYS I DONT HURT AS BAD. MY CURVES WERE 47 AND 53 DEGREE ANGLES, THEY SAID I HAD 2 INCHES OF SPIN THAT HAD NO WHERE TO GO. I HURT IN MY RIBS LIKE I WAS STABBED WITH A SCEWDRIVER AND SOMEONE WAS TWISTING IT WHILE IT WAS STILL IN ME. LATELY WHEN I GET UP I HAVE A HARD TIME WALKING AND IT TAKES ME 5-6 STEPS BEFORE I GET MY BALANCE, AND MY HIPS HURT ON THE OUT SIDE. NO ONE CAN TELL ME WHY OR WHAT TO DO.

  19. By LISA HANCOCK

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    on Oct 6, 2008
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    YOU DONT KNOW PAIN UNTILL YOU HAVE TO DEAL WITH SCOLIOSIS, ITS NO JOKE, AND WHILE WE ARENT ON SS YET ITS ALL A MATTER OF TIME, AND ALL THE WHILE YOU ARE TRYING TO WORK AND DEAL WITH THE PAIN, AND RAISE A FAMILY AND WHAT EVER COMES OUR WAY

  20. By Miko on Oct 10, 2008

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    Hi

    I am 19 years old and I had spine surgery when I was 14. I have a rod in my back as well, but it does not go all the way down my back so that I can still be flexible. But, now I am experiencing lower back problems. I think it is just my matress, but I hope it is not serious from my surgery. I feel like I need to be adjusted or something. I just don’t feel comfortable. It’s like I feel like I need to twist a certain way to just knock the pain out, but my body won’t let me turn that way. I am confused. I hope with a new matress it will go away.

  21. By Miko on Oct 10, 2008

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    I am nervous to go to a chiropractor because I hear of people coming out paralized and I am too scared to take the risk. Sometimes I think about it, especially when I have lower back pains. But, I think I would like to just go get one adjustment instead of keep going every month. Too much risk.

  22. By Miko on Oct 10, 2008

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    To Payal

    I live in the U.S and my surgery was $50,000.

  23. By terri on Oct 12, 2008

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    To Miko–
    Do not see a chiropractor. Go to a good Physical therapist for an evaluation.

  24. By enn scott on Oct 16, 2008

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    ihave a stroke at fifty years old and adjustment from chiropractic save my life from fatal stroke. Full recovery with this and thanks God i’m healthy as it is.And a problem of back pain causes by being a dancer at my early ages and chiropractic is just my help with out medication.Now i’m almost fifty five years old.

  25. By DeeDee on Oct 17, 2008

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    i have a 26 curve and the pain is awful im goin crazzyyy

  26. By jessica freeman on Oct 21, 2008

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    hello

    I actually wear the spinecor brace and not only its invisible under my clothes, but it actually has helped me live a better life.. the guys at http://www.scoliosisspecialists.com

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    are certified and amazing spinecor brace providers. I recommend them to anyone with scoliosis. stop the curve, stop the pain..

    Jessica

  27. By daisy

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    on Oct 25, 2008
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    i am 78 and my spine is really curved….was not detected until i was 68..my walk is not pleasant. i have a ugly limp. is there a exercise i can do to help any or all of my horrible situation?

  28. By Sharon on Oct 28, 2008

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    I am 47 years old and had scoliosis from the age of 14.my spine was curved in a “s”.I have had 4 sugeries on my spine.i have rods,skrews and a cage.More than half my spine is fused.I can relate to all your stories.I have a son of 16 and I do not work as I cant sit,stand walk or drive as my pain is still there and I cannot come up straight and have pain all the time.i have to be so careful as brushing my teeth causes pain as a slight bending over the basin would cause pain.I cant cook as I can’t stand for too long.I have hip pain that is driving me crazy.I take pain meds,to help me get through each day.I am having chest pain and it feels like someone has shot a connon through my chest.i cant even hold a new born baby.I walk funny and I hate that my posture is so bad.I would love to walk in the mall for more that 10mins,but I cant as my left leg starts to pain and my thighs has this neddle and pins and my right hip pains so bad that I have given up going out and enjoying what I use to do.I see my surgeon next month and I am woried that he is going to tell me that I need more surgery….when does this all stop!!!!
    I would love to be pain…

  29. By Sharon on Oct 28, 2008

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    Me again.I want to be pain Free is what I meant to write..is there someone out there that is tatally pain free after having surgery?

  30. By Tracy on Oct 28, 2008

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    I am 46 yrs old and had scoleosis surgery when I was 13. 33 years ago. I have pain in my back & hips on a daily basis. Sometimes unbareable. I have a steele rod called a Herrington Rod in my back still today. I had a 41 degree curve and my parents were told that if I did NOT have the surgery, I would be dead by age 21. Scoleosis is a progressive disease. My curve would have gotten worse and curved into my lungs and killed me according to my doctors. My parents sought the best doctors we could find in my home state of Arkansas. I take scelaxin medication when needed to relax my muscles so I can sleep. I refuse to take any addicting meds. which is what you’ll get with most all pain killers. I have exercised all my life and this is a BIG help. I would recommend exercise to anyone that has the same issues as I do.

  31. By Tracy on Oct 28, 2008

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    Hi, Daisy- I think the best thing for you to do is to try to do stretching exercises as many days a week that you feel comfortable with. Lay flat on the floor on your back, raise both arms straight over your head & point your toes. Hold this stretch for about 10 to 15 seconds. Your back should be as flat to the floor as possible as you stretch. One other comes to mind. If possible, get on the floor on your knees. Hands also on the floor. Arch your back like a cat as far as you can. Hold this move for about 10 to 15 seconds too. This should really feel good to you. I hope this helps!

  32. By Tracy on Oct 28, 2008

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    Hey, Miko- Terri is sooooo right. A chiropractor is NOT your friend. Since my scoleosis surgery, they are scared of me as I am them too. They could hurt you if you have any rods or screws in your back. Don’t do it!!!

  33. By Tracy on Oct 28, 2008

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    Linda- If your curve has increased that much in 3 mths, girlfriend, you need the surgery. You do not want to die do you? I had a 41 degree curve at your age and my parents were told that if I didn’t have the surgery, it would continue to curve into my lungs and kill me. I’m very serious! I don’t want to scare you but you need to know from someone that lived the same thing you are dealing with now. I’m 46 now and I do have pain almost daily but I’d rather live with the pain than not be here at all. Exercise and keep your back strong. This is a BIG key in your future after surgery to be able to walk, sit, stand and be active in your lifewithout a ton of medications. Good luck!

  34. By Tyesha

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    Hey,this is my first time here

    i have alot back pain,and it’s getting on my nerves, i’m only 12 years old,i found out
    about 2 years ago that i was dianosed with it
    i went to to a chirpractor name Dr.Picolet,he told me i had it,the hospital he remocended
    was shrinnners in culumbia,,so right now i got an appointment on janury 19 to have surgery,the doctor has giving me some mediicne called melioxcam,and my backbone is 80 degrees,so what kind of excercises do i need to help?

  35. By laceta on Oct 30, 2008

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    hi my name is laceta and i was diagnosed with scholiosis at 15. i was told that it would get worse as i got older ands iot has. my spine is curved at at least 80 deg. now not a whole bunch of back pain but my ribs are now twisted and i have more on one side that the other. i was told todo the surgery 4 years ago but decided to have another child. i now am going to have another one and hope that this isnt going to be a problem. what should ido?>

  36. By DEANA on Oct 31, 2008

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    HI, MY NAME IS DEANA, I WAS 10 WHEN I FOUND OUT ABOUT MY SCOLIOSIS. I AM NOW 31, WITH ALOT OF BACK PAIN, BUT JUST IGNORE IT BECAUSE I HAVE GROWN CUSTOM TO THE PAIN. I JUST RECENTLY WENT TO THE DOCTOR AND MY UPPER SPINE IS AT A 47 DEGREE ANGLE AND A FEW YEARS AGO IT WAS ONLY 36 DEGREES AND MY LOWER BACK WAS AT 16 DEGREES AND NOW A 26. I AM RESURCHING BACK SURGERY BUT I DON’T KNOW IF IT IS FOR ME. I’VE HEARD ALOT A BAD STORIES AND A FEW GOOD ONES, IF ANYONE COULD HELP WITH INFO IT WOULD BE GREATLY APPREICATED.

  37. By michelle on Nov 3, 2008

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    Hi everyone. Well months ago I pulled a muscle in my back and got an XRAY. The Drs. though I may sclorosis, but xrayed me again after the spasms had stopped. I have just been referred to physical therapy. I SAW MY XRAY and cried, my spine has a curveture on my lower back. Im 42 years old, and wonder why wasnt it detected earlier. WHAT CAN I DO TO STOP IT.. any suggestions?

  38. By samantha on Nov 5, 2008

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    I am only 14 years old, and I have to have major back surgey for scoliosis. I have had it for only one year and it has gone from 40% to 60% in that short of a time.I even got a body brace and it did not help. My spine is at the curve of an “s”.And i am really scared to go under the knife.):

  39. By Mel on Nov 6, 2008

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    Hi
    My husband has mild scoliosis and his primary doctor says that only pain killers and exercise can help, but he has to sit up for about 12 hrs a day (work) and can’t afford the time to rest that the pain killers requires. Any suggestions on what he can do for the pain?

  40. By ashleyb on Nov 8, 2008

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    hi i am 17 years old girl found out i have scoliosis major major pain sometimes i hurts so bad i can’t get out of bed that is why i am homeschooled what is there really out there for the back pain my scoliosis is only 5 degrees but i sure can feels my spine moving kinda freaky

  41. By Susan on Nov 13, 2008

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    Hi,
    I was diagnosed with mild scoliosis (about 24 degrees)at age 20. I am now 42 and have pain almost everyday. The only thing that really helps me is(gentle) chiropractic care. I had no idea it is heritary and now I find out that my 10 year ol daughter has it (17 degrees). Orthopedic Dr. says wait and watch. Should I persue the Spinecor Brace? Any recommendations?

  42. By N. Lott on Nov 13, 2008

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    Hi. I was born with scoliosis. I have an “s” curve and have had 3 major surgeries…spinal fusion @ age 6, right hip replacement @ age 7, and left hip replacement @ age 8. Originally, the docs wanted to wait until I got older to allow me to grow taller; but the taller I got, the more my spine curved. So now, I’m only 4’4″ tall (on a good day) and I am 34 yrs old. I can empathize with a lot of you b/c I’ve had some of the same symptoms. Most days are good, but when I wake up to back pain…I just slap on a heat pad and try to lay flat all day. Recently, I’ve noticed numbness in my right hand (the pinky finger). And my ankles have always been weak, but now I have arthritis in my ankles/feet. I just try to push through the pain and swelling (in my feet) as much as possible b/c life MUST go on. Does anyone have problems sleeping? I haven’t been sleeping at all lately; but I don’t know if I can blame that on the scoliosis…

  43. By Dori

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    Hi – I think many of you should consider seeing a physical therapist. They will evaluate your individual situation: spinal range of motion, strength of your back and abdominal muscles, assess whether there are some secondary factors influencing your scoliosis, etc. They can teach you stretching and strengthening exercises for your specific situation and advise on back care principles. Modalities for pain and muscle spasm management can also be utilized and don’t have the side effects of pain meds. Depending on the cause of the curve, further worsening could be slowed or halted. It is certainly worth a try as it is a non-invasive treatment option. I have heard good things about the Spinecor brace, but I would not brace without at least doing strengthening and stretching exercises. Insurance pays for physical therapy in most cases. Ashleyb, a 5 degree curve should not be causing you that kind of pain, you may have some other cause. Again give therapy a try. Good luck everyone!

  44. By Susan on Nov 14, 2008

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    Hi Dori,

    We went for a session of physical therapy for my daughter but because she has no pain, I probably won’t get her authorized for additional visits. I agree that it can help a lot. I am just really going crazy whether or not to do the Spinecor brace. I am thinking it could make matters worse and probably better than doing nothing. To others having troble sleeping – try a soft body pillow – only way I can sleep. I also have feeet problems and ankle arthritis.

  45. By brandon on Nov 18, 2008

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    hello, i am now 14 and have a 21 curve on the top one of my s curve.i choose not to wear the brace i was given because i am soo very active. im mostly posting this to help some others i see on here. when i was younger and diagnosed with a 19 curve, i started doing intermidiate gymnastics at the local gymnasium. in about 2 years i only had a 4 curve, but then quit gymnastics. physical activity does work, it just takes time, patience, and it should be something you liike to do. hope i helped some people

  46. By Danny G on Nov 21, 2008

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    Hello I am 19 years old, i have scoliosis snd the curce itself is not too severe however it caused my ribcage to be uneven, my left ribcage is higher then the other and when i run i get a pain in my chest. Does anyone else have this problem, and if so, any suggestions on what i should do?

  47. By dil on Nov 21, 2008

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    hey,
    im still 14 years old but i’ve got a curve in my backbone of 43′ & 60 degrees .:(
    doctor askd my parents that i should go for a surgery otherwise it will be worser so im not afraid of that but i don’t knw whether i can do sports & dancing after the surgery ..
    but i’m going to have a surgery in january i hope it will be fine & i have to thank god that at last i got a way to recover this

    and i’m going to have ma surgery in sri lanka

  48. By Josie on Nov 21, 2008

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    i have a 32 degree curve upper band and lower is 22 and i am 23 years old, i have a lot of pain and i am trying to get surgery. the recommended curve for surgery is 40 degrees… i guess the scoliosis is compressing my left lung. if i don’t get approved for surgery, what’s next?
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  49. By Victoria on Nov 24, 2008

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    Hello everyone, my mom was diagnosed with scoliosis at the age of 45! She fell down the steps, and cracked her tail bone, then had severe pains in her back, and down her legs. the doctors gave her spinal injections, and it helped for about a year. Then at 55 she started not talking right, could not use her arms, legs, and could not breath right. She was diagnosed with ALS(Lou Gherigh’s disease), and lived for a year, and then passed away. I felt so bad for her + I miss her to death!!!!!.
    She never knew she had scoliosis, and then died of ALS. I still can’t believe the diseases, and conditions, she was tortured with. Good luck to all, at least you all know what was causing your pain, my mom didn’t, and suffered with scoliosis, and ALS-NOT GOOD!!!!!!
    It still brings me to tears!

  50. By Dori

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    Josie, Surgery of any kind is invasive. The rods are restrictive. If you have not tried physical therapy, I suggest you give it a go. It does take a commitment to do the exercises and go in for the appointments. But you can receive treatments for the pain and also learn how to stretch the tight muscles and strengthen the weak muscles which helps to work on part of the actual problem (muscles are attached to bone via the tendons). Good luck! Dori

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    I’ve known about my scoliosis since I was 14 but hadn’t had any pain until the last few months. The pain has hit me like a brick wall, my hips hurt so bad it brings me to tears. I went for an x-ray today and was told that my curve is much lower than most people. The doctor had no advice except “lose weight” and gave me a script for a muscle relaxer that I can’t take because it knocks me out. I have two children and a busy life, I don’t know what to do or how to deal with this, does anyone have an extremely low curvature like mine? Please Help!

  52. By Maryna on Dec 12, 2008

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    hey everyone well i was diagnosed with scoliosis at the age of 12 but we think it was genetic. im now 16 and my degree it 25 and my doctor is telling me its normal is it really. he tells me that he wants me to get a brace but its not going to help. so to me whats the point of wear that uncomfortable thing. this whole thing is taking its toll on me physically, and emotionally i don’t know how to deal with it. my back hurts so bad it interferes with school. its like i cant sit for long i cant stand long and i cant bend over to write notes for class. also my doctor wont give me any medication. any help please… and thank.

  53. By jasmine on Dec 13, 2008

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    i am 11 yrs old and am wearing the boston hard brace, it is hard to do anything and am thinking of getting the spinecor brace.in the picture the girl is wearing a body suit under the straps is this the standard thing to wear and if so how do u use the bathroom, also does it hurt at the begining like this one does.

  54. By kathy on Dec 15, 2008

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    I am 49 yrs old. I had scoliosis surgery in 1972 at age 12. 75 degree “s” curve. 2 harrington rods fused to my spine. I went into the operating room at 5 ft tall. I came out at 5’3. I was in a body cast for 9 1/2 months. I had the surgery at CHOC (Children’s Hospital of Orange Co), Ca. My surgeon was Dr. Theodore Waugh. Also, my mother had surgery to correct her scoliosis. Back in 1945, her surgery and aftercare was 100 times worse than mine. Nowadays, the surgery is so different than mine, or my mothers. I have been very lucky, no serious back pain other than arthritis. And, guess what the total hospital bill was-I was in the hospital for four weeks. One of those weeks in ICU. Two major back surgeries. (incl surgeon’s fees and anethesiologists fees). Last but not least, a ride home in an ambulance. The total bill was $3,300.00. I think that would cover about one day now.

  55. By rawan on Dec 17, 2008

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    hi..my name is rawan am 18 years old..i hane 40 degrees ‘s’ shape I found out that I had Scoliosis when I was 14 .. do i go for surgery,,,or i do physical therapy?

  56. By rawan on Dec 17, 2008

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    hi..my name is rawan am 18 years old..i have 40 degrees ‘s’ shape I found out that I had Scoliosis when I was 14 .. do i go for surgery,,,or i do physical therapy?

  57. By Marcy on Dec 30, 2008

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    Hi, my name is Marcy and I am 20 years old. I was born with scoliosis but it took doctors a long time to detect that I had scoliosis. I used to sit very crucked because I had such a bad hump on my back. My spine was at an 85 degree angle and it was very hard for me to be able to breathe because my heart and one of my lungs were being squashed into my chest cavity. I almost died that year.

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    Hi: I am Opal and 71 years old. I have spinal stenosis and two scrolisis in my back. I was very frustrated as I have had back trouble for several years and just about three months ago, finally a doctor had me have a MRI done and that is when I found out what the problem was. I went to a Neuosurgeon and he said my back was to much for him as he was not qualified for the scoliosis surgery and has now sent me to a arthopedic surgeon and I was wondering if I am too old for this kind of surgery but I can not walk hardly a hundred feet and I am give completly out and hurting really bad. Has anyh of you had surgery within the past two years as I understand it is better now than before. so just let me know what you think.

  59. By Tracy Powell on Jan 1, 2009

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    I was just diagnosed at the age of 45 years and always felt like there was something wrong after I hurt my back in about 1995. I went to a chiropractor for several years and he gave me a lift for my shoe but he moved outof town and left me with another chiropractor that actually acted like there was not much he could do. I am now going for a conceltation today with a chiropractor and health dr and he is going to let me know if he can help and how much it will cost. I have a S curve and have had it for 20 years. What should I do?

  60. By Linda Wood on Jan 4, 2009

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    Hi im Linda and I am 28. I was first told that I had scoliosis when I was 11 but my parents did not do anything (long story) At 17 I went back to the dr and was told I had a S curve at 26 and 24 deg. I was not told what it is, what it causes, what to expect or anything else. I was told is is just a crooked back, given some exercises to do and told to come back in 3 months. I never went back. Now my ribs are smooshed together on one side and are painful, it getting harder to breathe, I have horrable headaches all the time, I have been in constant pain daily for years in my knees, hips, shoulder and back. Sitting, standing, bending, walking, laying, down, Im miserable. I have an apointment with a dr finally about it. What can I expect from scoliosis?

  61. By paige on Jan 5, 2009

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    I was diagnosed with scoliosis at the age of 7.due to the severity of the curvature i had surgery at 10. I am now 40 and I too suffer daily. my curvature now is higher than when I had the surgery. What concerns me are the health risks I may be facing.

  62. By tammy on Feb 8, 2009

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    please dont use a hard brace they dont allow your muscle hold your core!do a google search on the spinecor brace and check into that before considering surgery!my daughter has the s curve also 53degress middle and 54 degrss bottom! good luck

  63. By Connita on Mar 11, 2009

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    My son was just diagnosed ans has a 35 degree curve. He is in pain every day. He works part time after school and some times have to come home early because left leg hurts. His boss gets upset with him because he has to stand to make pizzas. We only found out that he has the curve about eight months ago around the same time he started the job. I don’t see how this was missed while he was growing up because bending over and touching your toes to get your spine checked has always been a part of the back to school testing. Is it normal for his leg to hurt from time to time and his back and sides to hurt all of the time? He has had physical therapy to no avail. The doctor says because he is sone growing a brace won’t do him any good. Every one seems to have a bad ending either way. Does anyone have a good testimony?

  64. By Connita on Mar 11, 2009

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    Soory, my son is now 17.

  65. By Erin on Mar 17, 2009

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    I was 12 when I had my surgery for scoliosis. I have Two Herrington Rods from my neck to tail bone along each side of my spine. Yesterday was actually 10 years since the surgery. I am now pregnant with my second child and I did go in and retake x-rays to make sure everything was fine before getting pregnant again. I was told it was the same as before I even had a child, which isn’t great but it is as good as it will get. I have TERRIBLE pain all the time and go to therapy all the time too. Is there anything I can do? I know my back “needed” the surgery but it is so frustrating that I was never in pain before and now it is constant. Looking for help :)

  66. By Darlene on May 28, 2009

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    MY DAUGHTER WENT IN FOR SCOLIOSIS SURGERY 2 WEEKS AGO… SHE IS DOING GREAT HER CURVES WERE 71 AND 66 SHE WAS IN SO MUCH PAIN BEFORE SURGERY IT WAS TERRIBLE!IF SHE STOOD TOO LONG SHE WAS IN TEARS.ONE OF THE CURVES WAS BENDING INTO HER STOMACH AND SHE COULDNT EAT. WHEN SHE LAYED ON HER RIGHT SIDE SHE COULD FEEL HER SPINE HITTING HER HIP! THE DOC TOLD US IF SHE DIDNT DO IT SHE WOULD BE IN A WHEEL CHAIR BEFORE SHE IS 30.WHEN SHE GO OUT OF SURGERY THE FIRST TIME SHE TURNED OVER AND FELT THAT HER SPINE WAS NOT GOING INTO HER HIP SHE LOOKED AT ME AND SAID… MOM MY BACK IS FIXED.IT HAS BEEN TWO WEEKS AND SHE IS SO HAPPY. THE DOCS CAN DO SO MANY THINGS DIFFERENT THESE DAYS… SCOLIOSIS SURGERY IS GETTING BETTER AND BETTER!!!! I KNOW THAT WE HAVE A LONG ROAD BUT SHE IS ALREADY WALKING WITH PRIDE THAT SHE HAS A NEW BACK.SHE FEELS GREAT AND WILL BE TURNING 18 IN DEC AND IS SO GLAD SHE DID THE SURGERY! HER DOC WAS DR KNAPP IN ORLANDO FLORIDA AND HE IS THE BEST DOC ANYONE COULD ASK FOR!!!

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    Hi Jasmine. My name is Jodie and my daughter is McKinsay. She is also 11 yrs old. and has scoliosis. She has been wearing the
    Spinecore brace for 9 mths. now. She never complains and no, it doesn’t hurt her. The 1st few days were an adjustment to it, but now it is like a part of her. She does wear the body suit then the brace, then her clothes. No one even know she’s wearing it. To go to the bathroom, there are snaps on the body suit that she just unsnaps. We re-took her x-rays in Aug. and her curve had progressed (got worse) 6 degrees. Whether or not it is actually helping her, we don’t know. But I feel that it is less painful and easier to wear than the hard brace. Also, unlike the hard brace, she won’t loose muscle in her back because she still has full range of motion. Please look into it and consider it. Good luck to you and I will say a prayer for you the same as I do my daughter. :)

  68. By DEVIN BLOCKER on Dec 19, 2009

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    HI GUYS MY NAME IS DEVIN BLOCKER AND I AM 31 YEARS OLD, I WAS BORN WITH SCOLIOSIS AND MY MOM DID NOT TAKE THE NESSASERY STEPS TO CORRECT MY BACK OR MY SPINE. THE SCOLIOSIS DID NOT BOTHER ME UNTILL I WAS 17 YEARS OF AGE AND OVER THE LAST 14 YEARS ITS JUST GETTING WORSE AND WORSE.
    NOW I CANT STAND FOR NO MORE THAN 30 MINUTES BEFORE IM IN SO SO MUCH PAIN THE PAIN IS SO UMBAREABLE MOST DAYS I JUST WONNA CRY, MOST DAYS I JUST ROLL AROUND IN THE BED, IT FEELS LIKE MY BACK IS ON FIRE AND IS ABOUT TO FALL OUT. IT STARTS FROM MY LOWER BACK AND JUST WORKS ITS WAY UP TO MY NECK AND BRANCHES OUTWARD TOWARDS MY COLLAR BONE. I CANT SIT FOR NO MORE THAN 10 BEFORE I FEEL THE SAME WAY. WHEN I GO TO BED IF I LAY ON MY STOMACH IT FEELS LIKE SOMEONE IS BENDING MY BODY IN HALF TO WERE ITS ABOUT TO BREAK OFF IF I LAY ON EITHER ON OF MY SIDES IT FEELS LIKE MY SIDE IS CAVING IN AND I GET SHORT OF BREATH. I DONT KNOW WHAT KIND OF CURVES I HAVE ALL I KNOW IS THAT IF I DONT GET HELP SOON IMMA GO CRAZY, I TRIED MY BEST TO DESCRIBE THE PAIN BUT ITS 100 TIMES WORSE. IF THERE IS SOMEONE OUT THERE THAT KNOW WHAT IM TALKING ABOUT AND IF THERE IS A PLACE THAT DO THE SURGERY’S FOR FREE PLZZZZZ CONTACT ME AT BLOCKER.DEVIN@YAHOO.COM

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    Does any body out there have tried Clear institute?
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  70. By danni on Feb 21, 2010

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    Hi . i have had scoliosis since i was 15 and now i am 24 it has been a great struggle for me over the years but i am happy to know that there are others like me with the same kinds of problem and some solutions for it.My breathing is very short because of this and i cant sit, stand, walk or run for any long period of time, i am so afraid to do the surgery because of the after effects can someone help me .

  71. By ANNIE on Apr 27, 2010

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    I AM 47 YEARS OLD AND HAVE BEEN DIAGNOSED WITH SCOLIOSIS SINCE I WAS IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. I HAVE FOUND NO KNOWN RELIEF EXCEPT FOR SI JOINT INJECTIONS AND PAIN MEDS ALONG WITH A MUSCLCE RELAXERS. I KNOW I WILL LIVE MY LIFE IN PAIN AND WITH ADDICTION BUT THAT IS SOMETHING I HAVE HAD TO REALIZE. THIS IS GOING TO BE FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE AND WILL GET WORSE WITH EACH YEAR. I HOPE WITH MODERN TECHNOLOGY THERE MAY BE SOME HELP IN THE FUTURE BUT NOW ITS JUST WHAT IT IS. SOME DAYS ARE GOOD AND SOME DAYS ARE BAD AND SOME ARE REALLY BAD BUT THATS LIFE. I HAVE GOTTEN USED TO IT. THANS FOR SHARING AND LISTENING———-ANNIE

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    Hi everyone. I am 58 yrs old and when I was 12 I had surgery for my scoliosis. I have 3 harrington rods in my back from top to just about the bottom. I have had a great life and have 3 sons. My surgery was done in Winnipeg at the Children’s Hospital. For about the past 10 years I have noticed a change and pain from time to time. The last 3 years (since I have reached menopause) have been a definite change. I am leaning to my left more and have alot of aches in my lower back. I do not stand up straight but as long as I can keep moving I am good with that. I just visited a specialist in Calgary and my discs below the rods are completely worn out because they have been doing all the work all these years and I have arthritis. I am still working hard and when I feel some pain coming on a sit and rest awhile. I am glad I had the surgery – no regrets but I do wonder about the future. I would love to hear your comments on this.

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    My daughter has scoliosis & is in pain alot.. what pain medication is effective with this condition..

  74. By Nanci West on May 26, 2010

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    The best pain medicine for scoliosis is motrin or ibuprofen. It is used for inflamation and has worked the best for me before and after surgery. I have taken lots of different meds but seem to get by just as well and still able to function of motrin.

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    HI I had the surgery in 1972,Ur daughter will be fine ever since my surgery I have not had any problems. I never have any pain Its like i have a build in chair in my lower back mine was 75 degrees. As a teen i wore a two peace bathing suit and low back shirts. I did anything i wanted and it never kept me back.go go go. had two children no back pain at all. it a great surgery.

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    Hi hunny sorry to hear about ur curve that is when i got mine. I had to wear a brace for over three yrs. If thay sujest surgery, because its not getting better go for it. Im glad i did. when I was 16 pain gone Im 54 know had kids no back pain. Im still active an Had a great shape as a teen to me it was a dream come true when it was all over. But if ur back gets better as u grow older with the brace. u should be fine, but if that sujest it take it well worth it.

  77. By angela

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    My daughter is 13 and has scoliosis is she eligible for social security disability?

  78. By Anna on Jun 5, 2010

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    I found out i had scoliosis at age 12. Went to the Shriners Hospital for years in Tampa ,Fl and all they did was watch it as it got worse. At age 16 my mom decided to get another doctor so she found Dr.Desmond Brown an orthopedic surgeon in our local hospital. Right away he said it should have never gotten that bad from when i started so he said i needed scoliosis surgery because my curve was past 50 degrees and i had a c shaped curvature, so at age 17 i had the surgery. The first couple of years was fine after i got adjusted to it then the pain started. i had my first child at 19 only 2 years after, everything went fine with that, I had my second child at 27. Now i’m 30 years old, I have back pain everyday with the 2 herrington rods and spinal fusion i have in my back, I have 2 missing disc and more are wearing away because of the weight in my spine from the rods, i recently found out i have spinal stenosis, i have had sciatica for years at different times in the year and everything is only getting worse so i say to all people out there if the curvature is bad enough get the surgery or otherwise be crooked, made fun of and in pain either way because of the pressure of the curved spine. I believe the braces don’t work, they are just an aggravation in life. Surgery makes life alittle easier but it will never be the same. Scoliosis is not curable and is meant to be dealt with, so all we can do is deal and live life to the best we can make it out to be and hope they make better advances medically for it in the future so that our children and our childrens children don’t suffer as we all have.

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    I am 60 years old and have had scoliosis untreated since I was probably 14 or 15…I was never diagnosed. I found out about it when I was 17 and in the Army, I jumped off a truck with a full field pack and I experienced a severe pain right up my spine. I read all types of articles about this problem but basically felt that each person is different and they would have to develope their own treatment or therapy, I use a gravity hanging device a few times a week, I do stretches daily and some modified yoga..I try to swim at least once a week. I have put on some weight the last few years, this doesn’t help matters. I have read about the braces and have heard about operations but am somewhat apprehensive.

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    Wow!I didn’t kno ther were so many of us out ther!! Same thng 4 me I’m 48 surgery @ 14 9O degree curve can barely walk now seein a neurosurgeon WED. Its time Pressure on ribs & pelvis!! WE can live a good life 2!! Goodluck 2 u all ur in my prayers!!

  81. By Jessica on Jun 27, 2010

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    I am having severe pain in lower back. X-rays showed dextro condex scolosis, lower thoratic spine w/maximum angulation at 10 degrees.
    The dr. messed up on a spinal 6 mos. ago when I gave birth by caesarean. Could this be what’s causing my pain and condition?

  82. By Monica on Jul 9, 2010

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    I am 27 years old and i have scoliosis. My surgery was done when i was 12 years old and everyday i feel as if it was yesterday.A couple of years ago i went to a specialist and he told me that my spine is still crooked and that i needed to have the surgery over bc i never got my rods adjusted. I am not going thru this again bc theres a chance that i could be paralized if they go back in and i can’t risk that i have 4 kids so its not happening.I miss work sometimes bc by back gives out on me and i feel like i’m being stabbed with a really big knife. when will i ever get some relief?

  83. By Monica on Jul 9, 2010

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    Sandra i am having the same problems and i just don’t know what to do. I have the same rods and same scar and i have pain in my hip and lower back a lot. The meds that i was given only makes me sleep but the pain still is there when i awake. I have noticed a change in how i walk lately and my right foot is slightly turned in when i walk. I was told that my rods had shifted and that was most likey the reason for that. I was denied disablity so many times that i just gave up and found me a job.

  84. By patricia on Jul 13, 2010

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    my husband, 35, has severe scoliosis, i don’t know all the specifics but last night he told me his life expectancy will be less than mine bcause of the condition. is that true? has anyone else heard that? i REALLY HOPE NOT!!! also can anyone give me any ideas on exercises he can do at home? has anything worked for anyone here? his doc won’t even give him pain meds. i read several articles that say exercise won’t stop the progression but can slow it down. i’m so worried and want to do all i can. all answers are GREATLY appreciated!

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    I am in my 60′s and have had scoliosis since childhood- basically untreated but I do see a chirpractor weekly. I do Pilates, both machine and mat exercises, and just found this site. Is Pilates contraindicative for quite severe scoliosis?

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    Hi Sandra,I too have scoliosis since I was a child. I am now 54 years old and had my surgery in 1969. I also have one herrington rod in my back. I had my surgery in Wilmington Delaware at the Alfred I DuPont Hospital for Children. When I had my surgery,the doctor told me I would be fine and live my life. I was in a body cast for 6 months and a walking cast for 3 months. I got married and had 2 children. One question, for I don’t have insurance, with the harrington rod, can I have mri’s or cat scans, never had any? As for pain, I have some, nothing that I can’t cope with,over the counter medicine.

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    Hi,
    I am so sorry to read about what you have had to go through with your scoliosis. I had surgery for mine when I was 14 and I know how much I have suffered with it my whole life – it still pains me to hear other people’s stories as well. If I can ever offer you any support, or, encouragement please contact me – I would love to chat – anytime. Colleeneweinberger@yahoo.com

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    Colleen

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