Melody receives treatment for her scoliosis
Louis Vause is a pianist known for his work with the likes of Madness and Blur guitarist Graham Coxon. Two years ago, Vause's daughter Melody was diagnosed with scoliosis, an excessive sideways curvature of the spine; once this diagnosis had been made, Louis and Melody were told that surgery was probably the only way for Melody to escape the pain that was quickly becoming a large part of her everyday life.
"It was quite upsetting to know that the only option was a huge operation," recalls Melody, now a 22-year-old interior design student. Father and daughter were initially resigned to the surgical solution, but after doing some research, they decided to look for an alternative: "It was only when Melody showed me the - frankly quite frightening - pictures of the operation that I though, 'Oh God, if it goes wrong it's paralysis or something like that'," says Vause.
After a series of online searches, it was decided that Melody would attend a treatment course at the Scoliosis SOS Clinic in London. These courses are designed to help scoliosis sufferers to overcome their symptoms without any surgical intervention; this is achieved through exercise-based techniques such as the Schroth method, which originated in Germany in the early 20th century.
The results were phenomenal. "From day two, I already felt a significant difference," says Melody, and her father agrees: "I couldn't believe it...I went, 'Already? Day two?!'"
Melody is just one of many scoliosis sufferers to have benefited from the Scoliosis SOS Clinic's non-surgical treatment courses. To find out more, please visit the following links:
SCOLIOSIS SOS WEBSITE
Source : OPen PR , 18th May 2016