spine deviation, thoracic scoliosis
Scoliosis statistics show that women are more likely than men to have a scoliosis. Scoliosis are detected at the early age of puberty.
 
In researching of the causes of this spine deviation, some explanations suggest hormonal increase, emotional stress, physical abuse, vaccination, gluten intolerance ... but very rarely bad body posture. 
 
I constantly remind my daughter to stand straight, otherwise she would become like the hunchback of Notre Dame. The effect was short-lived as it seemed impossible for her to keep this position for less than a minute ... Tiring, uncomfortable, she is fighting with her own body to command a movement it is no longer able to do ... sit or stand up straight. 
 
In search of ease, she gives up and adopts the position imposed by her body, she got tired of fighting. Too much to care of.

One thing is certain, I pay attention to the way she sits, not like a mermaid, but her two feet in contact with the ground and sit bone in contact with her chair, her back not touching the back of the chair. 
By focusing only on this, I avoid the start of a scoliosis by keeping legs, pelvis horizontal avoiding unbalanced pelvis and legs length. 

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Scoliosis, another approche

November 5th, 2019 by Joachim Creten

spine deviation, thoracic scoliosis
Scoliosis statistics show that women are more likely than men to have a scoliosis. Scoliosis are detected at the early age of puberty.
 
In researching of the causes of this spine deviation, some explanations suggest hormonal increase, emotional stress, physical abuse, vaccination, gluten intolerance ... but very rarely bad body posture. 
 
I constantly remind my daughter to stand straight, otherwise she would become like the hunchback of Notre Dame. The effect was short-lived as it seemed impossible for her to keep this position for less than a minute ... Tiring, uncomfortable, she is fighting with her own body to command a movement it is no longer able to do ... sit or stand up straight. 
 
In search of ease, she gives up and adopts the position imposed by her body, she got tired of fighting. Too much to care of.

One thing is certain, I pay attention to the way she sits, not like a mermaid, but her two feet in contact with the ground and sit bone in contact with her chair, her back not touching the back of the chair. 
By focusing only on this, I avoid the start of a scoliosis by keeping legs, pelvis horizontal avoiding unbalanced pelvis and legs length.