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    Thank you So much for repsonding Dailystrength- I...

    Thank you So much for repsonding Dailystrength- I really appreciate it. I am sorry about your jaw. I am so grateful you seem to undersatnd my problem. Now that I have derotated a bit, the line down...
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    [QUOTE=dailystrength;126669] Thanx...

    Thanx dailystrength. I just watched that video on their web site.: so it seems there is a common theme I am seeing about pelvic alignment. I have seen and have been practicing variations of that...
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    Gosh, I missed all the action. I got a response...

    Gosh, I missed all the action. I got a response saying that scoliosis results from a fall on the butt- well in my case I disagree. I recently met up with my older (by 2 years) brother and his 2...
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    Hello- I know this is an old thread but I am...

    Hello- I know this is an old thread but I am hoping to revive it. I would also so much appreciate getting help on this- I will travel if need be.

    It seems this is what I have been suffering from. ...
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    thank you- I had no idea...

    thank you- I had no idea...
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    This is the characteristic of Mortons foot. It's...

    This is the characteristic of Mortons foot. It's the odd way the foot works as it rolls through when walking, because the *head* of the first metatarsal is closer to the body, the foot must pronate...
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    I am really wondering now if the unbalanced...

    I am really wondering now if the unbalanced pronation is not a response to the spine. Someone may have a very small scolioisis with large rotation- like, they born like that or developed it as an...
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    I have Mortons feet. Discovered by my...

    I have Mortons feet. Discovered by my pedoratrist. In fact my back problems first surfaced as foot problems. And my feet aren't the same: the first metatarsal does not bend to 90 degrees on the right...
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    Thank you so much for replying. Gail I am so...

    Thank you so much for replying.

    Gail I am so sorry you had to go through that. I am experiencing similar stuff. It has completely boggled my mind that no one wants to look at my bare back. I get...
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    this is my great fear. what do others think?...

    this is my great fear. what do others think?
    (also, how does this poster know it is larger- the psoas is hidden-? Like, I can't see mine anyway and I can't feel it either or am I missing something?)...
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    that is incredible- thank you very much for...

    that is incredible- thank you very much for posting that.
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    hello, well not to butt in but I can tell you for...

    hello, well not to butt in but I can tell you for certian that 6 degrees of freedom means 3 translational and 3 rotational.

    the 3 translational would be your
    1)up/down or z-axis (so along a...
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    Thank you very much for replying skevimc. I was...

    Thank you very much for replying skevimc. I was unaware that you had replied because I am subscribed to this thread but didn't seem to get a notification. I got your previous papers and am going...
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    wow, that paper is a lot to absorb, thank you! ...

    wow, that paper is a lot to absorb, thank you!

    Please, I would just like to confirm my understanding of how you measured the torque of the isometric contractions: would it be the weight (times...
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    Thank you for responding Mehera, I mean rotated...

    Thank you for responding Mehera, I mean rotated about the vertical axis, yes. I wonder if all people with lateral scoliosis do not have rotated hips or shoulder gridles? It's remarkable because the...
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    Skevimc, Thank you for responding:) That MrI...

    Skevimc, Thank you for responding:)

    That MrI is a great idea!

    Skevimc, I have been looking around here for your torso rotation paper- do you have one? I was wondering what loads you used.
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    Thank you everyone for replying. I really am very...

    Thank you everyone for replying. I really am very grateful.

    skevimc
    Thank you for pointing out that the spine rotates to provide room for the vertebrea when hyperlordotic. I think that may be...
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    Hi, thank you so much for responding. I have to...

    Hi, thank you so much for responding. I have to say I did not read that paper in the first post of this thread. Plus, I am really clueless here, I had no idea you were doing a PhD- or any study on...
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    Thank you VERY much for your replies Linda, Jess...

    Thank you VERY much for your replies Linda, Jess and skevimc.


    The first person I saw- a very experienced pedoratrist (podiatrist), sat in a chair and looked at my hips at eye level. He said I...
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    Thank you Linda. My whole body (pelvis and up)...

    Thank you Linda. My whole body (pelvis and up) was rotated in that xray. So what I am concerned about is if I try to derotate, then the verberea will rotated relative to each other and the lateral...
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    Hi Linda- well I just realized why the guy said...

    Hi Linda- well I just realized why the guy said spineous processes and not vertebrea

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    Thank you for responding- well that is just the...

    Thank you for responding- well that is just the thing- it's Canada and I cannot see anyone because it is not disabling yet. Well to me it is disabling because I have had to stop most activities I...
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    Hi Dailystrength, thank you for the suggestion, I...

    Hi Dailystrength, thank you for the suggestion, I would love to take something like that - I just checked though and it is not offered here.. Too bad.

    Thank you for responding Linda. Also, today,...
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    Thank you :)
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    Thank you Linda, that is very reassuring. I still...

    Thank you Linda, that is very reassuring. I still do feel I have some sort of twisted spine problem- you can see that it is rotated. I see people like this everywhere- with one high shoulder, one...
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