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    Hi
    8) Have good news and bad news.Good news is that Aimee's rib hump seems to be improving with regular sessions of Sacrocranial therapy and chiropracter.She's just recieved her insoles (orthodics)from podiatrist and has had (the dreaded) growth spurt (1 & 1/2 )inches.She is on a strict regime of swimming 30 lenghts 3 times per week , poor child i bet your thinking.
    Bad news is that my 12yr old daughter ( Shannen) has a raised right shoulder,slightly protruding chestbone at one side and one leg appears to be shorter than the other (its a carbon copy of Aimee before she curved at 13yrs)so i got the chiropracter to check her and she said she's the same tightness down her whole right side and referred her to sacroranial therapist to release the tension in the muscle tissues in the hope of preventing the curve .
    Has anyone else had any dealings with this treatment or ever heard of it?Like to hear
    Grainne

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    I have not heard of the sacrocranial therapy and am interested in hearing more. I have used a chiropractor and think they are great however i must ask if you've seen an orthopedic specialist who may be able to suggest some other procedures too. Keep all options open etc.

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    I have to back up what Phil is saying, get thios properly checked through GP and orthopedic surgeon, so you know exactly what you are dealing with.

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    Isn't that just a form massage?
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    maybe of some help

    is this of any help

    O the joy of google

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