The consequences of; ‘the current state of affairs’. Part two.

Part one; Adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS): ‘the current state of affairs’.
The continuance of  Adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS): ‘the current state of affairs’ part two.

The current situation shows that the problems within the Idiopathic scoliosis care are extensive and a concatenation of factors, maintained by the vicious circle in which it is situated.

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This ‘hopeless’ situation will never lead to satisfactory results ( not for the patient), unless any structural long-term action will be taken.  Surprisingly quick and easy I found two evidence-based treatment programs during my research on scoliosis, who  both claim to prevent and reduce the onset of scoliosis over more than 20 years. Many (thousands of) children have been successfully treated for idiopathic scoliosis through early screening; neither medication, nor surgery.  Small detail, not available  in our country, only in Poland and Ukraine.

The question then arose to me ; ‘If it is so easy to get access to this  information, why isn’t it shared among others like policymakers,  professional colleagues, researchers etc.  Why is it kept as if it is classified information and why is it still hidden from patients suffering of scoliosis’?

These questions confirm the need of profound objective investigation in favour of the solution with respect to the current unsatisfactory methods of treatments if IS, so I will continue digging.

 

To be continued.

Next time the continuation of this research: solutions for the current state of affairs AIS.

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List of sources.

  • Zon Mw 2013: Report: ‘Youth Health Care Program Guidelines 2013-2018 Scoliosis’.
  • TNO 2012: ‘A brief review of the basic responsibilities youth healthcare’.
  • Pr. Dr. V. Serdyuk at the University of Odessa-Ukraine: ’Balance non-surgical therapy or infantile and juvenile idiopathic scoliosis 2014’.
  • Pr. Dr. T. Karski at the University of Lublin Poland, Scientific Research 2014: ‘The biomechanical etiology of the so-called idiopathic scoliosis.
  • 2014, Norwegian study of: cost of school screening and treatment in idiopathic scoliosis.
  • 2013, Investigation of Scoliosis Research Society International Task: on school screening.
  • 2013, Oral presentation Sosort of the National Scoliosis Foundation USA.: on school screening.
  • 2012, Norwegian Research; ‘scoliosis detection, school screening’.
  • 2014, Pr.dr.L.van Rhijn, head of orthopedic department Maastricht UMC+: ‘Screening is certainly of great use’.

 

 

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Contact Ingrid M.J. Kersten

Connect logical matters, primarily based on my parental experience and practical thinking. Inventive, curious and always searching for better solutions.

Ingrid M.J. Kersten
Arnhem, the Netherlands
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