The Proof is in the Pudding

An update on my daughter's scoliosis treatments.

My daughter has grown so tall in the time since I wrote about Scoliosis treatment.

She has grown almost two inches, no estimate. If she wore the brace it would have taken her almost a year instead of a few months. I can't thank the doctors in Greenlawn enough. If you could ever love your doctor these are the ones to love.

They have really worked a miracle with their procedures and methods. While I was waiting for my daughter to finish one of her visits I read through one of the Book of Miracles that they have out in the waiting room. The book contained success stories of patients who passed through the doors and may still be attending regular appointments. Some stories explained how the patient was relieved of headaches, dizzyness, constant colds, earaches, allergies, and scoliosis.

As I was told during my initial visit with Dr. Diana, the spine controls every part of the body. Since all the nerves come of from the space between the disks in the spine that form the spine any compression can cause ailments related to the affected area. I double checked this on the web and I was very surprised and enlightened about what I found. 

Now if you open your mind to new things you can be anything. I am not an auto mechnic but I know parts of a car; I am not a chef but I can cook a decent meal, and I am NOT a doctor of medicine and I am not trying to be one in any way. I am a regular guy who knows a little about different things and use what I know to better my life and sometimes my friends and family. If we are to live our lives fulfilled then we must feel free to educate our fellow man with the knowledge we learn from others. 

My daughter is getting better everyday and growing stronger. I only wish her all the best as her scoliosis corrects itself to a straighter back and a fuller life less restrictive. If nothing else, please feel happy for her.

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