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x-em-louise-x
19th June 2008, 05:18 PM
hiya Im em =]

Has anyone been To The Scolosis sos Clinic ???


i would just like to know guys Because.....i have just got the evening telegraph and it had a story about a girl who has a 55 degree curve on the spine so she got told she should have the opperation. she really didnt want to have as she is big on dancing. so her mum and dad looked around and found this treatment clinic called scolosis sos. she then went to this clinic and had exercise things which they did and she had to do. this now ment that she didnt have to have the opperation as it was correcting her.

As i am a 12 year old girl who wears a brace and would do anything to have to not wear it would like to know if anyone has had the treatment and had any feedback and results for me...

if anyone wants to know about this clinic hers the url..
www.scoliosissos.com

I would Be soo soo sooo greatful if you got back to me so thanks. x

Emm

tonibunny
19th June 2008, 05:46 PM
Hi Em Louise,

As this is a non-surgical treatment I've moved it to the non-surgical forum :)

As far as we know, no SSO members have been to the Scoliosis SOS clinic yet, so we don't have any feedback of our own. However, there are some people who have had varying degrees of success there, who have posted on the "I'm Not Gillian McKeith" blog.

You and your parents might like to read through the following thread, which has links to other threads where we have discussed the Scoliosis SOS clinic before:

http://www.scoliosis-support.org/showthread.php?t=5736


Good luck!

Toni xx

Unregistered
19th June 2008, 10:42 PM
There has been one SSO member who has talked about her son's experience with treatment at the Scoliosis SOS Clinic, back in September last year. Her SSO Forum name is Canary and the link to the topic is http://www.scoliosis-support.org/showthread.php?t=4116

In fact the second comment after Canary's initial post is yours ToniBunny.

It would be, of course, great to hear from some other Scoliosis SOS patients, as I'm sure experiences vary...

GillyG
19th June 2008, 11:43 PM
Hiya!

You can read a few experiences of this clinic here:

http://notgillianmckeith.blogspot.co...announces.html (http://notgillianmckeith.blogspot.com/2006/03/scoliosis-sos-clinic-uk-announces.html)

I think it's very important that you and your parents carefully research any alternative treatments before you part with your money!

mark
20th June 2008, 06:11 PM
There has been one SSO member who has talked about her son's experience with treatment at the Scoliosis SOS Clinic, back in September last year. Her SSO Forum name is Canary and the link to the topic is http://www.scoliosis-support.org/showthread.php?t=4116

In fact the second comment after Canary's initial post is yours ToniBunny.

It would be, of course, great to hear from some other Scoliosis SOS patients, as I'm sure experiences vary...

I think what toni meant by her post was that no member with scoliosis who is a member of this site has been to that centre. Canary is the mother of a scoliosis patient. As toni says they has been a wealth of discussion on this centre over the past couple of years and she has linked it to her post.

One member is going in July who has scoliosis so we wait to hear what her experiences of the clinic is.

Its up to the individual person and personal circumstances as to what treatment they have.

As Gilly says it is an awful lot of money for an unproven treatment. As far as i understand no independant studies have been published by this centre on the success rate of the treatments offered.

mark

caro
20th June 2008, 08:32 PM
Its me who is going in July - 3 weeks time so I hope to be able to give you some feedback. I have heard from someone esle who finshed her treatment there a couple of weeks ago & she was very positive.

Yes it is alot of money but if there is nothing else open to you it has to be worth a go.

I'm an awful lot older than you and think that it will probably more useful for you than for me. I have a lot more damage to undo iykwim!

any questions feel free to ask!

mark
26th June 2008, 03:34 PM
Having just had a look at the FAQ on the above mentioned site.

It states a number of studies have been carried out into non invasive treatments including scoliogold.

I would be most grateful if someone could please point me in the direction of where i can obtain copies of these these studies along with the results for this treatment.