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Thread: PT as a treatment of scoliosis

  1. #106
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    Someone knowing Schroth here might answer your question.

  2. #107
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    Just an update to keep the track on my progress. Scale is now on 78.5kg. I've been gaining 1kg per month for the last 9 months while maintaing body fat around 11%. Those newbie gains
    It is satisfing when someone who haven't seen you a long time compliments how you got so muscular, I used to be skinny as a stick. Confidence gains too I progressed so much on a deadlift and I think I will stop adding weight on this excercise, I don't wan't to injure myself, I already got very good strenght base from this excercise. Maybe in future I will post some pictures to motivate others. Until next time, stay strong and don't give up

  3. #108
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    Great Boogaloo! It would be good to see your pics.

  4. #109
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    https://youtu.be/eTy-EqSjN3A

    https://youtu.be/nzAytFMwFNU

    Two very common myths about weight training. I am not sure am I allowed to link you tube videos here, if I'm not let me know.

  5. #110
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    One thing popped into my head today. My scoliosis was 30 when I was 180cm tall and I almost had no deformity from scoliosis, I felt completely normal. I am now done growing at 186cm and now it is 40 and deformity is much worse than it was at 30 and risk of further progression is greater.
    Probably there is a medical way of stunting growth in teens with some medications or hormones( I am not sure about this ). If it is possible, would it be reasonable to stunt growth when my scoliosis was 30, I was already happy with my height. I would have scoliosis that has no impact on my self image, odds of progression and further problems would be much lower. Maybe this is kind of a silly question but I would like to hear your thoughts on this idea.

  6. #111
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    Yes, it s a good idea and it is possible with hormones like cortisol.

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