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  1. DrStitzel's Avatar
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    How much money have we "wasted" on genetic testing? Seriously. This is non-sense and borderline spam. It is clear that this individual (whom doesn't even post under his real name) is attempting to sell and illogical at-home scoliosis treatment product that is not rooted in even the most basic understanding of the condition. A word of advice....Do not send this guy any money for anything.
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    My son fell from high in a tree, which I feel is the trauma. That had Matthews tendon tighten, causing his Idiopathic Scoliosis. I feel the only thing hereditary, about Matt’s case of Idiopathic Scoliosis. Matt like me does thing without thinking, like climbing high in that tree. Just because the trauma is not documented, does not mean it did not happen. The curve in the spine is the proof it did occur.
    Updated 09-17-2011 at 01:53 PM by Username
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    How much money have you wasted on genetic testing? Scoliosis Treatment should begin with relieving the tension, well before any angle is caused. When treating my son, after a year of doctor prescribed treatment. That is what I had found. And in removing such, I am sure of the greater life I was able to enable him to have. Matt went from an angle of 60 degrees, which was measured at the start of his doctor prescribed treatment. To an angle of 67 degrees, after the year wasted on doctor prescribed treatment. That had him standing crocked and walking so crocked, he drug one leg when walking. Then I discovered a tight tendon, being I did have a working Scoliosis model. I started gently stretching the tendon, Matt stood better almost immediately. I did test my other 3 children, with the test I devised. To confirm no tension was present. Now, even though Matt’s last Cobb angle was around 50 degrees. He stands correctly. His torso is slightly shifted. He did have immense tension in his back, for possibly over a year. But Matt is able to walk correctly, with no problem. And is able to run with perfect form. I am not a doctor, and I am not giving any medical advice. I am not telling anyone not to listen to his or her doctor. I am just telling of the Wonderful Results I was able to achieve. I have started a web site, in an attempt to bring my method to light. Any fees I am charging are just to offset my cost of making it readily available. www.scoliosisprevention.us
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    I am still stretching my son 5 minutes every other day to twice a week. Matt has started a late growth spurt, so I know I have keep stretching him. To keep the problem tendon from affecting his spine again.
    Updated 09-05-2011 at 10:29 AM by Username (Need to proof read better)
  5. doc.sid's Avatar
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    I have been fitting people with SpineCor for 5 years. Typically SpineCor should be worn 20 hours a day with 2, 2 hour breaks. The brace should not be so tight that it is causing you red scars. It might be possible that it was fitted incorrectly. Who was the doctor that fitted you or was it an orthortist that fitted you?

    Dr. Sid

    www.scoliosistreatments.com
  6. mansi542's Avatar
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    Hello-

    I just got my spinecor brace and have been wearing it from the last 2 days,but with extreme discomfort.I am unable to sleep at night and the straps are hurting my skin and leaving the red scar as if i have been tied by a rope.
    I have tried to wear a thin tshirt first and then strap myself with trhe brace which has a helped a little bit.The shorts are also extremely uncomfortable and hurts a lot.
    Since I have been told by my doctor to wear it for atleast 22 hrs a day i was wondering if there is some sort of special clothing that might be available which i can wear first before wearing the brace to reduce some discomfort?
    Any suggestion from any old time user of spinceor will be highly appreciated.

    Please Advise!

    Thank You
    M.
  7. DrStitzel's Avatar
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    Hi eissen_eiram,

    Thanks for your support. I would rather fail attempting to achieve high standards than succeed at achieving low standards.

    Keep up the good fight my friend.
  8. eissen_eiram's Avatar
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    Thank you so much Dr. Stitzel for continuing to find better ways... You are an inspiration indeed!
  9. mustafabasri's Avatar
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    Regards,

    I m from Malaysia. This is day 3 of knowing that my daughter may have scoliosis for tomorrow is the appointment with the specialist. This `findings' is a relief to me and wife
    for there are alternatives to surgery and the expected waiting. We will look into all posibilities before making any decision regarding the treatment needed but one thing for sure we will not just watch and wait. Thank you very much for starting an avenue where a new horizon of facing scoliosis. We will try to look into a group or making a group to educate/enhance knowledge of our society regarding scoliosis. thank you. Best wishes.
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