Wednesday, March 2, 2016


Assalamualaikum uol

Hai everyone

Today i would like to share with you one of the true story of Premium Beautiful Client back in 2012

It's about Puan Kartina, a mother of five children (from 8 pregnancies, 3 miscarriages, 2 ceaserean section). Being someone diagnosed with idiophatic scoliosis only God knows how much pain she had to go through. I seriously cannot imagine how she managed taking care of all her children which includes a 14 months old baby that is still breastfeeding

It was well written and so touching that i can almost fell her pain

Quoting what she wrote...

"It was a numbing sort of pain, originating from my lower back, along the spinal column, gravitating towards the shoulder blades and leading to stiffness along the neck and numbness along the arms. It hindered my normal mobility somewhat. It made me experience soreness and headaches and made me lose a lot of muscle strength. What was worse, i had to really strain to carry around my 14 month old baby! I think the turning point was when i felt so bad that i couldn't even turn my head sideways, not to mention the constant and persistent headaches! At the chiropractor's, i was diagnosed as having idophatic scoliosis along the upper vertebrae and a few rotated vertebrae along the lower column"

Much have been written about how premium beautiful corset have helped people with back pain, slipped disc and even scoliosis problem

Alhamdulillah today she is a happy and healthy mother

This is why i love my job and enjoy to serve people out there. No words can describe how happy i am when my client be able to live their life to the fullest

Before that, let's read more about scoliosis

What is scoliosis???

Scoliosis is a lateral (toward the side) curvature in the normally straight vertical line of the spine. When viewed from the side, the spine should show a mild roundness in the upper back and shows a degree of swayback (inward curvature) in the lower back. When a person with a normal spine is viewed from the front or back, the spine appears to be straight. When a person with scoliosis is viewed from the front or back, the spine appears to be curved

What causes scoliosis???

There are many types and causes of scoliosis, including:

  • Congenital scoliosis. Caused by a bone abnormality present at birth
  • Neuromuscular scoliosis. A result of abnormal muscles or nerves. Frequently seen in people with spina bifida or cerebral palsy or in those with various conditions that are accompanied by, or result in, paralysis
  • Degenerative scoliosis. This may result from traumatic (from an injury or illness) bone collapse, previous major back surgery, or osteoporosis (thinning of the bones)
  • Idiopathic scoliosis. The most common type of scoliosis, idiopathic scoliosis, has no specific identifiable cause. There are many theories, but none have been found to be conclusive. There is, however, strong evidence that idiopathic scoliosis is inherited

 Who gets scoliosis???

Approximately 2% to 3% of Americans at age 16 have scoliosis. Less than 0.1% have spinal curves measuring greater than 40 degrees, which is the point at which surgery becomes a consideration. Overall, girls are more likely to be affected than boys. Idiopathic scoliosis is most commonly a condition of adolescence affecting those ages 10 through 16. Idiopathic scoliosis may progress during the "growth spurt" years, but usually will not progress during adulthood

How is scoliosis diagnosed???

Most scoliosis curves are initially detected on school screening exams, by a child's pediatrician or family doctor, or by a parent. Some clues that a child may have scoliosis include uneven shoulders, a prominent shoulder blade, uneven waist, or leaning to one side. The diagnosis of scoliosis and the determination of the type of scoliosis are then made by a careful bone exam and an X-ray to evaluate the magnitude of the curve

What is the treatment for scoliosis???

The majority of adolescents with significant scoliosis with no known cause are observed at regular intervals (usually every four months to six months), including a physical exam and a low-radiation X-ray

Treatments for scoliosis include:

  • Braces. Bracing is the usual treatment choice for adolescents who have a spinal curve between 25 degrees to 40 degrees - particularly if their bones are still maturing and if they have at least 2 years of growth remaining

The purpose of bracing is to halt progression of the curve. It may provide a temporary correction, but usually the curve will assume its original magnitude when bracing is eliminated

  • Surgery. Those who have curves beyond 40 degrees to 50 degrees are often considered for scoliosis surgery. The goal is to make sure the curve does not get worse, but surgery does not perfectly straighten the spine. During the procedure, metallic implants are utilized to correct some of the curvature and hold it in the correct position until a bone graft, placed at the time of surgery, consolidates and creates a rigid fusion in the area of the curve. Scoliosis surgery usually involves joining the vertebrae together permanently-- called spinal fusion

In young children, another technique that does not involve fusion may be used because fusion stops growth of the fused part of the spine. In this case, a brace must always be worn after surgery

Many studies have shown that electrical stimulation, exercise program, and manipulation are of no benefit in preventing the progression of scoliosis. However, people with scoliosis should stay active and fit 

That's all about scoliosis. Hope you all satisfied with the informations given

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