The world of scoliosis treatment is advancing rapidly (finally) due to the success of prognostic trials and early scoliosis interventions. Before long, the days of scoliosis treatment and scoliosis surgery will fade into the dark ages of the past and be more preventive and an active scoliosis treatment model will appear. At the forefront of this advancement highly sophisticat prognostic tests and innovative alternative scoliosis treatment options. The recipe that seems compatible with almost any disease is that the combination of a person’s genetics and their environment causes cellular or even molecular catastrophe.
What causes scoliosis?
The spine has a normal curvature when viewed from the side, but should be straight when viewed from the front. In about 80% of cases, according to reliable sources, the cause of scoliosis is unknown. 80%! Wow, that’s a lot! Of the 8 out of 10 people who diagnos with scoliosis or curvature of the spine, there is no medical reason for it.
Usually, scoliosis discovers when a child screen for scoliosis in middle school. But scoliosis is often not detected until adulthood. In any case, the sooner the curvature the better. If it discover at the age of 13 and it was 15 degrees… Would it be better to detect it when it was 8 degrees at the age of 7? Especially if the underlying cause can be corrected and the progression of scoliosis can prevent. In addition, the earlier scoliosis is detected, the more likely it is to reverse the condition.
There are physical as well as psychological consequences of scoliosis
Self-image can be negatively affected, especially during constructive adolescence. Scoliosis can be so mild that the untrained eye cannot see the curve or so severe that it causes deformity. As a result of this distortion, children are often made fun of.
Although the physical consequences are much worse. In people with scoliosis, heart problems, breathing problems, osteoporosis, accelerated disc degeneration, spinal pain, fertility problems, and pregnancy can have a number of consequences. associated with untreated scoliosis.
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Genetic predisposition + environmental influences = idiopathic scoliosis
Scolioscore Genetic Test: The Scholisco test is a saliva-based test that compares a patient’s active genetic markers for severe scoliosis with a known 53 gene profile. Compare with familiar profiles with 99% accuracy. This means that this test can reliably diagnose that a patient has a genetic predisposition to developing severe scoliosis. It is important to note that genetic predisposition is the only component of idiopathic scoliosis that highly influenced by environmental influences (biomechanical, biochemical, specific activity, etc.).
Scoliosis Blood Test: It was announced in 2008 that the long-awaited Scoliosis Blood Test would be published and now in 2011 we are still waiting (Oops !). However, a patent has been granted for the test and it appears to a 2-phase trial. One is based on a putative genetic predisposition and the other on the patient’s degree of osteopathy (OPN).
The interpretation of OPN is longer and more laborious than this discussion
but it is a major regulator of bone growth. It not known at this time what he will do after leaving office.
Scoliosis Early Intervention: I want to tell you that 1000’s of hardworking researchers around the world are working to cure idiopathic scoliosis, unfortunately, this is not the case. The good news that many of the brightest and most talent researchers have found each other through the internet and professional bodies, and progress been make on the causes and treatment of idiopathic scoliosis.
Most researchers now agree that the root cause of idiopathic scoliosis is probably the underdevelopment of nerve involuntary postural control centers and, more specifically, the brainstem. Idiopathic scoliosis is first and foremost a neurological disease that affects mainly the spine, greatly altering the treatment of scoliosis.
The Early Scoliosis Intervention program uses a special alternative treatment to suppress soft tissue in the curved area or relieve tension. Restore the spine to a more symmetrical position, and ultimately excavate. rebuild the spinal muscles to hold the new position. The soft tissues (spinal discs, ligaments, muscles, etc.) gradually begin to adapt to the abnormal position of the spine, essentially “locking in” scoliosis. Essentially, the brain stem being use to part of the solution rather than part of the problem.
Scoliosis-based exercises are not painful
But you may experience a slight stretch during the initial period of treatment as your body adapts and heals to the newly modified position. Some patients reported mild muscle pain the day after treatment. Very rarely a patient is not able to complete the treatment due to physical discomfort.
Genetic testing (scoliosis) identifies which patients are most at risk of serious progression, and by implementing a noninvasive early-stage scoliosis intervention program. Doctors can change the normal course of the condition to regain the involuntary posture of the brain. Mild scoliosis centers often seen during growth before the degree of curvature reaches the “wart” point.
Effect of environment on idiopathic scoliosis
As can seen now, it seems likely that the environmental causes/effects of idiopathic scoliosis fall into one of three categories where people interact with each other and genetic predisposition creates multifactorial status. These include biomechanical forces such as anterior head posture, hip rotation. sacral predisposition, and other arch deformities. As well as secondary skeletal adaptations to asymmetric (primary), loads Hueter-Volkmann theory).
Forces involved in activity include repetitive extension in the mid-back (sleeping belly, ballet, competitive swimming, etc.) spinal compression (horseback riding, jogging, etc.). Biochemical effects include: Chronic Mycobacterium infection increases osteopontin levels (home aquarium, dirty shower, basically anything in the house that has standing water for long periods of time). Nutritional deficiencies potential nutrients in selenium. The population of patients with idiopathic scoliosis is decreasing significantly.
The future of alternative scoliosis treatments is very promising and a number of doctors. Researchers dedicate to finding better ways to treat scoliosis without the use of splints or anti-surgery. Highly invasive scoliosis, starting with advanced diagnostic testing and innovative early-stage scoliosis treatments.
Early detection is the key to stopping progression and possibly correcting scoliosis completely. All infants should evaluate regularly after birth and throughout childhood for the presence of an upper neck dislocation that may initiate this process in their spine. If the curvature detect, the defect should correcte as soon as possible.
If scoliosis is already too severe to evaluate. The fault should still correct and maintained, and postural exercises should perform to prevent the future progression of the disease. The longer the crooked condition lasts, the more likely it is not to completel overcome.
If you have ever seen a young woman with scoliosis. You’ll notice his head position…tilting to one side…then the curve will start to offset from there…first to one side. Then to the other until the pelvis seen bent to the side. Resident location. This is a very common pattern that develops at a young age after the surface of the neck is misaligned, triggering a cascade of events.
When the bone at the top of your neck… the map is out of alignment
It tilts your head to one side… and your body has to compensate for the change in your head’s position when you’re standing on the hillside. If the error occurs early in life, idiopathic scoliosis develops. Idiopathic means that the medical profession does not know what its cause is. Idiopathic scoliosis is the most common type of scoliosis…about 80-85% of scoliosis cases are idiopathic. I like to call it deviated scoliosis in the atlas. Forme science has developed spine wearables to square shoulders and improve breathing for scoliosis. For more information Please check www.Forme.science.