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Thread: Flexural-torsional buckling

  1. #61
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    It's incredible and really urgent!
    It's something criminal the use of harmful current x-rays existing today such tecnologies. And of course the solution is not avoiding controls as seems they are planning to do with the scolioscore!
    We need safe an better controls! http://www.fonar.com/standup.htm
    How we may canalize our claim?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dingo View Post
    I believe this hypothesis explains why torso rotation has been so effective for Scott's lateral curve. It didn't correct a muscle/strength imbalance. It stretched out the deformed ligaments around his spine.

    So far TRS has not had much effect on his rotation which was by far his largest problem.
    Neat explanation, Dingo. Will email you on this, wanted to bump the tread up...
    07/11: (10yrs) T40, L39, pelvic tilt, rotation T15 & L11
    11/11: Chiari 1 & syrinx, T35, L27, pelvis 0
    05/12: (11yrs) stopped brace, assessed T&L 25 - 30...>14lbs , >8 cm
    12/12: < 25 LC & TC, >14 cms, >20 lbs, neuro symptoms abated, but are there
    05/13: (12yrs) <25, >22cms height, puberty a year ago

    Avoid 'faith' in 'experts'. “In consequence of this error many persons pass for normal, and indeed for highly valuable members of society, who are incurably mad...”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dingo View Post
    Here is Scott probably not much older than a year. Unlike his dad he is a natural born athlete.

    Movie: Scott hitting a baseball before he's old enough to talk

    And yet at the same age he had trouble running and was very stiff. It was like his brain knew what to do but his body didn't.

    His scoliosis probably started around age 3. His doctor noticed something was wrong at age 4 and he was diagnosed at age 5 with a curve of around 10 degrees and a bad rotation.
    DINGO! Loved it. Now here's a coincidence; I have video of Tamzin at the same age as Scott, doing the same technically awesome action...with a tennis racket rather than a baseball bat. Same skill. Will email it to you later for a laugh.
    07/11: (10yrs) T40, L39, pelvic tilt, rotation T15 & L11
    11/11: Chiari 1 & syrinx, T35, L27, pelvis 0
    05/12: (11yrs) stopped brace, assessed T&L 25 - 30...>14lbs , >8 cm
    12/12: < 25 LC & TC, >14 cms, >20 lbs, neuro symptoms abated, but are there
    05/13: (12yrs) <25, >22cms height, puberty a year ago

    Avoid 'faith' in 'experts'. “In consequence of this error many persons pass for normal, and indeed for highly valuable members of society, who are incurably mad...”

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