Dr Stitzel

  1. Scoliosis Treatment in 30 minutes a day

    by , 04-08-2011 at 02:36 PM (Dr Stitzel)
    Quote Originally Posted by DrStitzel View Post
    "Scoliosis Treatment needs to be safe, effective, targeted, and practical for the "everyday" life of today's teenagers"

    Scoliosis treatment needs to be re-invented.

    Genetic testing for idiopathic scoliosis (Scoliscore) is a dramatic breakthrough in prognostic testing for idiopathic scoliosis and can now accurately identify the children with scoliosis whom are most genetically pre-disposed to developing a severe scoliosis spine. This is spell the
  2. Is Cobb angle an obstacle to the future progress in scoliosis treatment?

    by , 03-29-2011 at 08:41 PM (Dr Stitzel)
    Quote Originally Posted by DrStitzel View Post
    The history of scoliosis treatment is well documented over the past almost 500 years (1st metal brace was created in 1575) and dates back to the early writings of the Hippocrates himself (The Father of Medicine). For hundreds of years, if not thousands, scoliosis patients have been immobilized in various types and applications of scoliosis brace treatment without success, and the current clinical data appears the orthopedic community isn’t any closer to scoliosis brace treatment success even today.
  3. Scoliosis Treatment Begins in the Brain, Not in the spine

    by , 03-24-2011 at 05:32 PM (Dr Stitzel)
    Quote Originally Posted by DrStitzel View Post
    “Idiopathic scoliosis” is term that has been present in recorded human history for almost 3,500 years, but the mystery of its “unknown cause” is slowly being discovered. As many experts have suspected for decades, breakthroughs in scoliosis genetic testing (Scoliscore) and the scoliosis blood test have uncovered sequences of genetic code that leave an individual “genetically pre-disposed” to the development of severe idiopathic scoliosis. However, since the condition doesn’t appear until adolescence
  4. Environmental factors that drive idiopathic scoliosis?

    by , 03-17-2011 at 03:36 PM (Dr Stitzel)
    Quote Originally Posted by DrStitzel View Post
    Ok folks........Brainstorming time.

    As far as it looks right now, it looks like the environmental factors of idiopathic scoliosis seem to be falling into one of three catagories that all interact with each other and the genetic pre-disposition (via epigenetics or otherwise). Let's see how many we can list under these catagories and even add more catagories if appropriate.

    Forward head posture
    Hip rotation
    Sacral inclination
  5. The evolution of idiopathic scoliosis?

    by , 03-17-2011 at 02:46 PM (Dr Stitzel)
    Quote Originally Posted by dovoranydoc View Post
    The adoption of upright walking occurred relatively early
    in human evolutionary history. By 3 MYA, the pelvis had
    been transformed from one adapted primarily to arboreal
    quadrupedality as seen in living apes, to one tailored to terrestrial
    bipedality as seen in modern humans, including a
    fully functional abductor mechanism with hip joint kinetics
    broadly similar our own. One of the earliest adjustments
    to habitual bipedality in our ancestors was an
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