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    Hi, It's been awhile since I've been around...

    Hi,

    It's been awhile since I've been around these parts, but in response to your request here's my two cents.

    Although I do believe that a scoliotic curvature (lateral bend and rotation of the...
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    Hi, It's been awhile since I've visited this...

    Hi,

    It's been awhile since I've visited this forum... but I saw this post and thought I could offer some insight... for what it's worth.

    1. Yoga teachers do not receive training or knowledge...
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    I think following Linda's advice would be a good...

    I think following Linda's advice would be a good option... In addition, I would also suggest trying the non-standard, non-surgical approach as well.

    Before the neurotomy, did they confirm that the...
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    I highly recommend giving this individual a call....

    I highly recommend giving this individual a call.

    Kenneth Frey, PT
    http://www.iahp.com/kenfreyipt/

    Best to you,
    structural
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    I'm sorry to hear about your experience and it...

    I'm sorry to hear about your experience and it upsets me as well. You should not being having that type of experience with Rolfing... Bruising and excessive pain is not part of the experience. It...
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    Not to fan any any flames, but I thought it's...

    Not to fan any any flames, but I thought it's worth mentioning this without bias... For the most accurate reading on effect of any treatment, x-rays should be taken without any external device...
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    Susie & Carmell summed it up accurately... As for...

    Susie & Carmell summed it up accurately... As for the rotation... All lateral bending of the spine is accompanied by rotation of lesser or greater degrees. This is dictated by the shape of the...
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    Writer, Apology accepted... . structural

    Writer,
    Apology accepted... .
    structural
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    Writer, Just one more comment, as I'm confused...

    Writer,
    Just one more comment, as I'm confused as to why you decided to challenge my view point, seeing as it seems to match yours. I concluded my first post on this thread by saying the following....
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    Writer, Wow, that came out of nowhere! Did...

    Writer,


    Wow, that came out of nowhere! Did you actually bother to read any of my following statements or posts? I think we're in agreement on the potential for positive bone deformation... . ...
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    Tracy, "Flexing" or contracting muscles is...

    Tracy,

    "Flexing" or contracting muscles is precisely what moves bones. By themselves they're just relatively solid objects with absolutely no mechanism or means to move themselves. It is your...
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    Proudmom, My opinion... Don't return! As nice...

    Proudmom,

    My opinion... Don't return! As nice as this man may be, his health/safety standards are questionable at best, "praying" doesn't belong in medical/health practices (doing that in the...
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    Not at all. That's why I said "fill to your...

    Not at all. That's why I said "fill to your liking/ability". One gallon of water weighs 8 pounds,... One could only fill a small amount to equal one pound if they like... or something in between...
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    Proudmom, Just thought I'd make note that...

    Proudmom,

    Just thought I'd make note that regardless of what the chiro says to downgrade the nerve sensations, it is not a normal or acceptable. Nerve impingement, whether temporary/intermittent...
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    Container should have a lid obviously.

    Container should have a lid obviously.
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    Try this for ab work if it proves comfortable and...

    Try this for ab work if it proves comfortable and such for you. Laying on your back with your hips and knees at 90 degree angles (as if you were sitting in a chair, but on your back... 'Dead Bug...
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    WNCmom, Sorry to interrupt here, but I couldn't...

    WNCmom,
    Sorry to interrupt here, but I couldn't send this lengthy message privately to WNCmom (too long), so I'll have to interject amongst you're discussion... don't mind me.
    The concept of spinal...
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    BETall, Although not exhaustive or inclusive of...

    BETall, Although not exhaustive or inclusive of all possiblites, this might help clarify the significance and importance of manipulative work. It may also point to the inherent limitations of...
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    Betall, To clarify, the excerpt I posted from...

    Betall,

    To clarify, the excerpt I posted from Peter Schwind is not refering to "myofascial release" or "craniosacral therapy" as people commonly know it to be... not the type that PTs and massage...
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    That was rather uncalled for... ???

    That was rather uncalled for... ???
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    It's possible, but not always successful and not...

    It's possible, but not always successful and not always the primary or sole cause of the scoliosis. Such membrane alterations can be present with other factors as well, ...such as syrinx or...
  22. Gerbo & Stephanie, I apologize for stepping into...

    Gerbo & Stephanie,
    I apologize for stepping into your discussion. I'll just agree to disagree on some things and leave it at that. I think we do misunderstand one another sometimes... this can be...
  23. Gerbo, My apologies.. I was not intending to...

    Gerbo,

    My apologies.. I was not intending to "misrepresent" you... You just gave a hopeful comment followed by an unsolicited and unnecessary disclaimer. I guess it's my problem really because it...
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    Karen, Did you post that on this forum? Where...

    Karen,
    Did you post that on this forum? Where could I find it, as I'd like to read about it. Was it involving contraction of myofibroblasts?

    Thanks,
    structural
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    Early diagnoses???

    Thought this might be of casual interest... another perspective on etiology of scoliosis and possible strategies relating to intervention.

    Excerpt from a book written by Peter Schwind, Ph.D.,...
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