Christa Lehnert-Schroth

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Article Reprinted from Physiotherapy, November 1992, vol 78, no 11 page 810-815. This short article answers the question of “Scoliosis Straightening Exercises” better than any other that I know of in the English speaking world. The postural concepts in this article have striking parallels with the Pilates Exercise Methodology. It thus seems reasonable for(More)
Background The case study describes a patient with scoliosis after tethered spinal cord-symptomatic was surgically resolved at the age of 21⁄2 months. At that time, the Cobb angle of the thoracic curve was 32°. At the age of 30 months a three curved thoracic left-scoliosis with a Cobb angle of 80° with serious shape-shift in frontal and sagittal level(More)
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