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imageMar 2012 An Essential Guide for Scoliosis and a Healthy Pregnancy

Dr. Kevin Lau

Complete, easy-to-follow guide to managing scoliosis during Pregnancy! Expert advice to survive pregnancy while suffering from scoliosis. "An Essential Guide for Scoliosis and a Healthy Pregnancy" is a month-by-month guide on covering everything you need to know about taking care of your spine and your baby. The book supports your feelings and empathizes with you throughout your amazing journey towards delivering a healthy baby.
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imageOct 2011 Yoga and Scoliosis

Marcia Monroe, Loren M. Fishman

Yoga and Scoliosis: A Journey to Health and Healing is intended to be a source of encouragement, knowledge, and healing for those who have scoliosis and need to treat it, but want to avoid braces and/or surgery. The book looks at scoliosis not as a pathological syndrome but as a spiritual, and metaphysical pattern that embraces the multiple dimensions of the spine (vertical, horizontal, and sagittal).
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imageJul 2011 Standing Up To Scoliosis

Libbey E. Eicher

In Standing Up to Scoliosis, author Libbey Eicher tells the story of the years after she and her family received the diagnosis of scoliosis. With a rapidly decompensating spine, Eicher and her family turned to many doctors to find answers to or explanations for her case. In Eicher's inspirational story, you'll discover that when storms of life try to overtake you, hope still shines in the distance.
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imageJun 2011 Back to Life

Pamela Douglas

Close-up and personal, this book brings readers into the day-to-day, even minute-by-minute, experience of preparing for, undergoing, and recovering from life-threatening spine surgery. Written in the form of a journal, the brief entries offer both the immediacy of a realistic drama and a transcendent peek into the transformational power that this surgery represented for the writer.
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imageFeb 2011 Scoliosis Exercises for Prevention and Correction DVD

Dr. Kevin Lau D.C.

Dr. Kevin Lau's Scoliosis Exercise for Correction and Prevention DVD is meant to demonstrate the exercises discussed in his comprehensive book, Health In Your Hands: Your Plan for Natural Scoliosis Prevention and Treatment. Dr. Lau combines a lifetime of practicing natural, preventive medicine to provide a unique approach to health care which encompasses body, mind, and spirit. He is a recipient of the "Best Health-care Provider Award" by the Straits Time.
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imageJan 2011 Kirsty's Story

Kirsty Ashton

Kirsty's story tells how and why her life changed due to the problems caused by neurofibromatosis and scoliosis and how she's managed to overcome any obstacles put in her way. Physically she remains weekend by her condition but her personality and charter remains undamaged and even encouraged many of her doctors to write a contribution in the book.
All royalties from the sale of this book go to charity.
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imageJan 2011 Your Plan for Natural Scoliosis Prevention and Treatment

Dr. Kevin Lau D.C.

A Completely Natural, Safe, Tried and Tested Diet and Exercise Program to Treat and Prevent Scoliosis! The second edition is revamped with the latest research and containing over 90 images of exercises demonstrated by professional trainers. It provides the basis for Dr. Lau's program: Part 1 highlights current medical knowledge on Scoliosis, Part 2 outlines an in-depth nutritional program, and Part 3 teaches corrective exercises.
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imageDec 2010 The Growing Spine - Management of Spinal Disorders in Young Children

Behrooz A Akbarnia, Muharrem Yazici, George H. Thompson - Editors

This textbook will effectively help to standardize the care of Scoliosis patients. Health professionals including pediatricians, pediatric orthopaedists or orthopaedic spine surgeons, neurologists, pediatric surgeons, pediatric neurosurgeons, oncologists, and/or pulmonologists as well as nurses, physical therapists and healthcare professionals are involved in the management of these patients, which is why a comprehensive textbook that is not limited to orthopedic specialists is essential.
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imageOct 2010 Idiopathic Scoliosis - The Harms Study Group Treatment Guide

Peter O'Newton, Michael F. O'Brien, Harry L. Shufflebarger, Randall R. Betz, Robert A. Dickson, Jurgen Harms

Presents evidence-based information on idiopathic scoliosis treatment and outcomes. Based on over a decade of research and observation conducted by the members of the Harms Study Group and other spinal deformity experts from around the world, this must-have clinical reference provides focused coverage of the most current evaluation and treatment guidelines for idiopathic scoliosis.
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imageAug 2010 The Non Operative Treatment of Scoliosis

Walter Truslow

This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections, have elected to bring it back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide.
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imageJul 2010 Scoliosis Webster's Quotations, Facts and Phrases

Icon Health Publications

Ever need a fact or quotation on scoliosis? Designed for speechwriters, journalists, writers, researchers, students, professors, teachers, historians, academics, scrapbookers, trivia buffs and word lovers, this is the largest book ever created for this single word. It represents a compilation from a variety of sources with a linguistic emphasis on anything relating to the term "scoliosis," including non-conventional usage and alternative meanings which capture ambiguities.
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imageApr 2010 Deenie

Judy Blume

When Deenie finds out that she has scoliosis, she’s scared. When she sees the brace for the first time, she wants to scream, Forget it... I'm never going to wear that thing. Everyone will know. Everyone! But the words won’t come out. And Deenie, beautiful Deenie, who everyone says should be a model, is stuck wearing a brace from her neck to her hips. For four years — or longer. She never worried about how she looked before — how will she ever face the hard times ahead?
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imageJan 2010 What's Up with Sean? Medikidz Explains Scoliosis

Kim Chilman-Blair, John Taddeo

Scoliosis is a mysterious condition, as the true cause of nearly 80 percent of cases remains unknown. This intriguing condition is presented like never before, through graphic novel format. Superheroes represent different systems of the body, and they engagingly explaining the condition and its impact on the body.

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imageJan 2010 Growing Up with Scoliosis (A Young Girl's Story)

Michelle Spray

Growing Up with Scoliosis (A Young Girl's Story) has been revised with inspirational updates and photos. This is a young girl's story about growing up with a curvature of the spine called scoliosis and is basically a diary written and illustrated by Connecticut resident Michelle Spray. An easy read, this book covers every emotion and experience of having scoliosis beginning with the very first diagnosis.
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imageDec 2009 The Genetics and Development of Scoliosis

Kenro Kusami, Sally L. Dunwoodie

Developmental genetic studies of the spine and linkage and family-based association studies have led to recent advances in understanding the genetic etiology of idiopathic, neuromuscular, and congenital forms of scoliosis. The book is written by leaders in genetic and developmental research on scoliosis and developmental studies of the spine.

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imageSep 2009 Curves, Twists and Bends

Annette Wellings

"Pilates for Scoliosis" combines the insights of Annette Wellings, who has major scoliosis, with Alan Herdman, the UK's leading Pilates practitioner. This clear and concise book explains in accessible terms what scoliosis is, its symptoms, and its physical and psychological aspects. It includes a series of Pilates exercises, specially-designed by the authors to promote flexibility, posture and muscle strength in scoliosis sufferers as well as information on what exercises to avoid.
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imageJul 2009 Scoliosis Websters Timeline History 1852 - 2007

Icon Health Publications

Webster's bibliographic and event-based timelines are comprehensive in scope, covering virtually all topics, geographic locations and people. They do so from a linguistic point of view, and in the case of this book, the focus is on "Scoliosis," including when used in literature (e.g. all authors that might have Scoliosis in their name). As such, this book represents the largest compilation of timeline events associated with Scoliosis when it is used in proper noun form.
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imageJun 2008 The Scoliosis Self-Help Resource Book

Veronica Esagui

The Scoliosis Self-Help Resource Book includes over 100 pictures with step-by-step easy to follow instructions with The Esagui Scoliosis Protocol (TESP). The book is "reader friendly" encouraging the person with scoliosis to express their feelings and learn to be more proactive with their treatment. In addition to TESP protocol, Dr. Esagui provides examples of how a healthy lifestyle, diet, and ergonomics can assist with scoliosis treatment.
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imageJun 2008 When Life Throws You a Curve: One Girls Triumph Over Scoliosis

Elizabeth Golden

At age 13, the last thing Elizabeth Golden wanted was to be singled out. A typical seventh grader in her school in Philadelphia, Elizabeth's world was filled with best friends who made her laugh, schoolwork, and sports. Then, during a routine check-up, her doctor found two curves in her spine. Elizabeth had Scoliosis and was instantly different from her classmates. Elizabeth was told she needed surgery and she kept a memoir throughout her operation and long recuperative period.
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imageApr 2008 Off Kilter

Linda C. Wisniewski

Even before she was diagnosed with scoliosis at thirteen, Linda Wisniewski felt off kilter. Born to a cruel father and a long-suffering mother in the insulated Polish Catholic community of upstate New York, she learned martyrdom as a way of life. Off Kilter shows her learning to stretch her Self as well as her spine as she comes to terms with her mentally deteriorating, widowed mother and her culture.
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imageMar 2008 The Conservative Scoliosis Treatment

SOSORT - Theodoros B. Grivas - Editor

This is the first of a series of Instructional Course Lectures (ICL) books of the International Society On Scoliosis Orthopaedic and Rehabilitation Treatment (SOSORT). The philosophy of the commencement of such ICL book series is the achievement of an ultimate aim, the improvement of early detection and non operative treatment of the patient care pathway for scoliosis. This will hopefully be the initiation of a series of books on conservative scoliosis treatment and a valuable library for SOSORT.
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imageJan 2008 When Life Throws You a Curve: A Parents Path to Understanding Scoliosis

Cindy Pelico

Finding out that you or your child has scoliosis can be frightening. When my daughter was diagnosed with the spinal disorder I was filled with so many questions and concerns. I became almost desperate to find someone, anyone, that I could talk to who had gone through this same ordeal. Sadly, there was no one and thus began my three-year journey before I was able to come to terms with her condition and, finally, have the courage to take the step to have her undergo spinal fusion surgery.
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imageNov 2007 Three-Dimensional Treatment for Scoliosis

Christa Lehnert Schroth

This classic, encyclopedic manual of physiotherapeutic scoliosis exercise treatment has been the standard German handbook on the subject since 1973.


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imageOct 2006 Scoliosis Surgery The Definitive Patients Resource

David K. Wolpert

If you or a loved one are facing the possibility of scoliosis surgery, this book is for you. Written in plain English by an adult who has been through it, this book explains everything you need to know about scoliosis surgery. The book covers what is involved in the surgery, how to decide whether surgery is the right course of action, what the surgical options are, what alternatives to surgery exist, how to choose a surgeon, how to prepare for surgery, the lengthy recovery process, and much more.
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imageMar 2006 Plastic Back

Anna Rakes

For basketball superstar Anna Beth, life as a seventh grader is just as cool as she thought it would be. She’s finally in junior high and the excitement of sports, school dances, and friends consumes her every thought. But when Anna Beth is diagnosed with scoliosis and made to wear a back brace, her life quickly becomes much more complicated. With her plastic shell, dances are awkward, sports are hard to play, and good friends are difficult to find.
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imageJul 2005 What Can I Give You?

Mary Mahoney

What Can I Give You? is a chronicled story of a loving mother's journey with her daughter, Erin, who was diagnosed with congenital scoliosis at the age of fourteen months. The journey follows her daughter through bracing, surgery, and even into her life as a young adult. The book offers insight and inspiration to families living with congenital scoliosis and gives them valuable guidance.
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imageDec 2003 Yoga for Scoliosis

Elise-Browning Miller

This new edition of “Yoga for Scoliosis” booklet shows photographic poses for scoliosis that includes a beginner’s sequence that follows the video or DVD. In addition, there are more advanced poses for continuing students. It also includes information on scoliosis, describes the benefits of yoga for scoliosis and gives Elise’s approach to yoga for scoliosis. You may do the poses with just the booklet or you may use it to complement the video.
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imageDec 2003 Yoga for Scoliosis DVD

Elise-Browning Miller

“Yoga for Scoliosis with Elise Browning Miller” is a 50-minute home yoga practice with three sections, approx. 17 minutes each, that can be practiced individually or in their entirety. This program provides a beginning practice for most people with scoliosis based upon a proven method that focuses on lengthening the spine, stretching muscles that have become tight and strengthening those that have become weak.
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imageNov 2003 Harry Scores a Hat Trick with Pawns, Pucks, and Scoliosis

Mary Mahoney

Harry Jones faces three challenges in his young life: a major chess tournament, his love of hockey complicated by a season-ending injury, and a recently diagnosed case of scoliosis. For Harry, it's a devastating hockey injury that leads to a newfound love for and skill at chess and an eventual return to the ice, all overshadowed by a scoliosis diagnosis whose outcome is unclear.
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imageMar 2003 Scoliosis My Health

Dr Alvin Silverstein, Virginia Silverstein and Laura Silverstein Nunn

Scoliosis, which is a curvature of the spine, develops in some children as they are growing. This introductory book gives an overview of this medical condition. The "My Health" series explains the science behind common illnesses and injuries and also emphasizes the importance of maintaining personal health.

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imageAug 2002 2002 Official Patients Sourcebook on Scoliosis

Icon Health Publications

This sourcebook has been created for patients who have decided to make education and Internet-based research an integral part of the treatment process. Although it gives information useful to doctors, caregivers and other health professionals, it also tells patients where and how to look for information covering virtually all topics related to scoliosis, from the essentials to the most advanced areas of research.
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imageMar 2002 Stopping Scoliosis: The Whole Family Guide to Diagnosis and Treatment

Nancy Schommer

Scoliosis-curvature of the spine-is a disorder so common that twenty states now require screening of preteens. One in every fifty American youngsters is affected by it. While scoliosis is an upsetting condition, it can almost always be treated if detected early. Written by a scoliosis sufferer, Stopping Scoliosis takes the reader through every stage of the condition. It discusses ways to diagnose scoliosis before exploring all the options for treating it-both surgical and non-surgical.
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imageJan 2002 Stand Tall Harry

Mary Mahoney

You're going to like Harry and you're going to like his family and friends. They are intelligent, caring, diverse, interested, and interesting. And through them you will have a chance to see how a hockey injury and the specter of scoliosis affect their lives.


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imageJan 2002 Scoliosis and the Human Spine

Martha Hawes

Scoliosis and the Human Spine is intended to be a critical review of published information on the topic of scoliosis and to stimulate discussion and research in this area. The book cites 498 separate pieces of literature from peer-reviewed medical and scientific sources. The author, Martha C Hawes, PhD, frankly expresses her opinion that the current medical treatment of scoliosis in the U.S. is "inadequate and inappropriate" and that further basic research is needed.
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imageMay 2001 The Scoliosis Sourcebook

Michael Neuwirth

Scoliosis is a deforming and crippling disease of the spine that afflicts people of all ages. Left untreated, it can lead to a lifetime of pain and disability. The Scoliosis Sourcebook is a complete guide to understanding this condition that emphasizes the importance of early diagnosis and treatment, including braces and surgery.

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imageOct 1999 Theres an "S" on My Back "S" is for Scoliosis

Mary Mahoney

Maisey MacGuire is a fifth grader and her life is much like that of any fifth grader until the day of her scoliosis screening. "Ms. Bennett had each girl stand on a piece of masking tape stuck to the floor and asked each one to move into a diving position. Ms. Bennett just seemed to stare at each back, looking ever so carefully. Eventually, it was my turn. She seemed to take a lot longer with me and I was getting pretty uncomfortable being in that position so long. Finally, she told me that I could stand up."
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imageAug 1999 Scoliosis - Ascending the Curve

Brooke Lyons

There are roughly five million people in the United States being treated for scoliosis. Every year some half-million new cases are diagnosed--the great majority of them adolescent girls. Untreated, scoliosis causes increaing curvature of the spine--a progressive, debilitating condition that can leave the sufferer permanently bent over and eventually totally crippled.

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