Zak acupuncture for scoliosis case
by Zak on Mon Mar 17, 2008 5:31 pm
G, female, 36 years old, started at an early age, suffering from idiopathic scoliosis, have been used for gypsum vest, but in the era of youth, no ill feeling, begun two years ago, has long been engaged in the work of the need bending , low back pain often occur,feel left leg not completely straight, waist circumference after the treatment and tuina massage, the illness was slightly reduced, but this year, the increasingly heavy pain, the hospital, null and void.
Clinical examination: the entire waist with S shape , the left lower lumbar spinal scoliosis, kyphosis, straight legs bending test, hand fingertip 60 cm from the ground, the left iliac leads after medial ridge on the pain, and referal to the leg, straight leg extension waist test after iliac caused pain on the medial ridge, but not same serious as left, straight-leg raising test :left 35 °, and caused pain, the right 90 °, highly sensitive point in tenderness L2-L4, epithelial gluteal nerve inferior gluteal nerve, the sciatic nerve exports area, knees hip-flexor test leads to the left leg thigh pain, X-ray Note: S shape scoliosis diagnosis: soft tissue damage in the spinal canal of the left flank pain, with scolioesis .
Treatment: zak acupuncture
Results: After several cycles of treatment, spinal deformity still exist, however, the pain disappeared, the patient back to work.
Scolisis diagnosis:Mild scoliosis may be detected during a routine physical examination. Usually a doctor may suspect scoliosis when a child has one shoulder that seems higher than the other or when clothes don't seem to "hang right" on a child. In most cases, the doctor will be able to diagnose scoliosis based on a simple, forward-bending test. The doctor will examine the levels of the shoulders, shoulder blades and curve of the ribs as the child or adolescent bends slowly forward. A greater dip in one shoulder usually is a sign of scoliosis. Ribs may be curved differently from one side to the other. X-rays aren't usually necessary but may be used to determine the severity of the spine's curvature.
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