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mark 27th January 2008 12:43 AM

I wanted to start a gallery a couple of years ago but never got round to it

Please feel free to add your pictures

I am going to go through some of the old posts in here and move some pictures in

Andy i think you posted some a while ago

I hope you don't mind if i post them on this thread. If you don't want themn posting then drop me a pm and i will remove (thats if i can finfd them)

Phil i know you posted a load too i hope you don't mind me posting them again if you do drop me a line



mark 27th January 2008 12:51 AM

Phils Pictures

Before pics:

After pics plus wounds:

mark 27th January 2008 12:55 AM

Pictures of Andy's Back

jamielynn 27th January 2008 02:05 AM

This is pretty neat I'm sure others will add to this:)

mark 3rd February 2008 03:30 PM

Simons photo's

Simon 3rd February 2008 04:33 PM

How funny is it to see your own back its mad .....................

mark 28th February 2008 09:41 AM

Zerodegrees photos

DaveDrummer 24th August 2009 05:15 PM

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hi. heres me. some of these pics on here look pretty painful, i hope you guys r doing ok...i guess i am lucky mine is not as bad as some but i still feel your pain...i think my curve is like 62 or something..i also have a few degrees of scoliosis but i cant see it... you can see in the first pic i think it is hard to notice, but when i bend over a bit you can see it. i was night braced in high school. my curve only got better a few degrees but it did not get worse so i guess it was a success in that sense. i try to workout to help the core muscles. cosmetically unless i am sitting in a horrible chair it doesnt really bother me much. i get mild pain occasionally. doctor (a back surgeon) says surgery is always an option but does not recommend it for me as it would probably be strictly cosmetic at this point and the risks/recovery is far worse than my curve. no surgery for me now anyway. says continue to workout and stretch therefore if I do need surgery down the road i will be in a much better position to get it and as i get older i will be able to handle the added stress on my back. considering he has kyphosis himself, I trust his judgment.i feel that stretching each day really helps keep me flexible. our backs r very rigid and i feel that is like half the pain of this condition.

Little Ali 24th August 2009 06:23 PM

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Oooh I need to add to these. I'll to have to get someone to take some pics for me.

Rodsrme 25th August 2009 04:24 AM

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Thanks for the pics Mark! It is amazing what a spine can do! :D

magnumlady 28th August 2009 08:08 PM

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This is Jono my son taken a couple of weeks ago.

mark 29th August 2009 09:41 PM

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Hi Magnumlady

Thanks for posting the picture, your son does have a high kyphotic curve, i just hope you can get some joy and get the treatment your son so obviously deserves


magnumlady 30th August 2009 04:26 PM

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Thanks Mark, I hope so too.
He's started to have chest pains now which I'm guessing is from the curve.

mark 30th August 2009 05:27 PM

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I guess it might be, i do suffer from chest pains from time to time, i get a tightness right accross my chest with a stabbing pain, if i t persists i would go back to your gp and push for a referal to the chest clinic, it could give you the ammo you need to tackle your sons case

i hope that makes sense


magnumlady 30th August 2009 06:05 PM

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Thanks Mark, that's a good idea. His pain sounds very similar to what you describe.

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