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    I don't think I mentioned it yet. It is really a...

    I don't think I mentioned it yet. It is really a different animal than what my daughters had. I think I read a lot of people my age have some small lumbar curve so it is not remarkable at all. I...
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    Intense focused pain. I still have...

    Intense focused pain. I still have pain/stiffness issues though I assume it is healed.



    LOL! Always a card!



    I need a strong flexible lumbar to ride my very large young mare. You have...
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    Wow congrats to your daughter on getting through...

    Wow congrats to your daughter on getting through treatment successfully and getting ranked in the state! Super.

    Was the latest measurement taken early in the morning? That is usually the...
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    (your mailbox is full.)

    (your mailbox is full.)
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    Okay thanks. Wow. Didn't know there were very...

    Okay thanks. Wow. Didn't know there were very active scoliosis fora out there.
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    Which forum may I ask?

    Which forum may I ask?
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    Thanks for that correction, CD. ETA... I want...

    Thanks for that correction, CD.

    ETA... I want to see if Dolan included sumstats on final angles which were conspicuous by their absence in the BrAIST pub.
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    Comparing results from BrAIST and ISICO

    Main conclusion - ISICO more successful largely due to more hours in brace.

    First author was on BrAIST study and she is now defining failure as Cobb ≥40 and/or ≥Risser 4 which is more realistic...
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    Wow congratulations to Scott and you and your...

    Wow congratulations to Scott and you and your family. Definitely a tethering success story.

    It was bound to succeed... Newton only takes a small percentage of comers, the ones who will likely be...
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    The Benny Hill references never fail to make my...

    The Benny Hill references never fail to make my day, Ed. Thanks. :-)
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    That was pretty interesting. Along with all the...

    That was pretty interesting. Along with all the negative evidence about virus and neuropathy, even if virus can cause some neuropathies, it may be the case that they are only associated with a very...
  12. Hi. That sounds promising. Are you saying your...

    Hi. That sounds promising. Are you saying your neuro condition caused your concave side and now it is improved? Do you have radiographers showing this?

    How did you know what dose to take? I...
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    Rohrer very glad to hear from you. Good luck...

    Rohrer very glad to hear from you.

    Good luck in grad school. You will be a star. :-)
  14. Check this out... make sure you are sitting down...

    Check this out... make sure you are sitting down when you read it...

    http://www.scoliosis.org/forum/showthread.php?15777-BrAIST-AIS-Patient-Decision-Aid-Project-Survey-for-Parents
  15. Hours in brace, percent correction in brace,...

    Hours in brace, percent correction in brace, Risser, etc. etc.

    Everything is confounding everything. Despite doing their best, it's still a train wreck.

    The sole role and goal of these...
  16. The .pdf is in my post. Here it is again... ...

    The .pdf is in my post. Here it is again...

    http://scanscoliosis.com/wp-content/themes/scanscoliosis/images/in_brace.pdf

    It's in the trainwreck.
  17. And then consider the BrAIST study where they...

    And then consider the BrAIST study where they COUNTED a 49* curve with up to 25% growth remaining a "success". And they were allowed to omit mention of the ending range of curves. While these...
  18. I don't think known cases of EOS get labeled AIS...

    I don't think known cases of EOS get labeled AIS when the child reaches 10 yo. I think it remains a EOS case. Or at least I have never read that in all the reading I have done. I could be wrong.
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  19. Your kids have EOS and are IN TREATMENT. You are...

    Your kids have EOS and are IN TREATMENT. You are presently discussing AIS POST TREATMENT. Complete apples and oranges.



    One of the braces has been around for decades yet they are reporting on...
  20. It strains credulity that these anecdotes you are...

    It strains credulity that these anecdotes you are picking up like you stated you were doing are all accompanied by dated radiographs, including very recent ones, expertly measured.

    AIS curve...
  21. Without dated radiographs expertly analyzed, you...

    Without dated radiographs expertly analyzed, you are likely to get solid nonsense when asking folk what's going on.
  22. Thread: Dancing

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    I don't believe certain State figures.

    I don't believe certain State figures.
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    If the metal is entirely within the body I don't...

    If the metal is entirely within the body I don't understand how it can ever be colder than the body.

    Maybe Linda knows.
  24. I deny that and stand on the record you posted.

    I deny that and stand on the record you posted.
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    Do you mean that the metal can get colder than...

    Do you mean that the metal can get colder than your body in response to outside temperature? I think that is impossible. It will be the same temperature as your body after it has been there for a...
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