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Harrison, D.E., Cailliet, R., Harrison, D.D., Troyanovich, S.J. and Harrison, S.O. (1999) A Review of Biomechanics of the Central Nervous System—Part III: Spinal Cord Stresses from Postural Loads and Their Neurologic Effects. Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, 22, 399-410.

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  • TITLE: Resolution of Amenorrhea and Chronic Constipation in an Adult Patient with Idiopathic Scoliosis Wearing a Scoliosis Activity Suit for 6 Months: A Case Report

    AUTHORS: Mark W. Morningstar

    KEYWORDS: Amenorrhea, Chiropractic, Scoliosis, Spine, Rehabilitation

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, Vol.6 No.2, May 30, 2018

    ABSTRACT: Objective: To report the symptomatic and radiographic changes in an adult scoliosis patient with a history of amenorrhea and chronic constipation. Clinical Features: Patient presented for treatment with an 8-year history of amenorrhea and chronic constipation. Radiographic study showed a right thoracic/left lumbar double major scoliosis. Intervention and Outcome: Patient was fitted for a scoliosis activity suit and given instructions for continued home use, building up to 3 - 4 hours total daily. After 6 months of use, her amenorrhea and chronic constipation had resolved, and both scoliosis Cobb angles also improved. Scores on before and after SRS-22r questionnaires, as well as a quadruple numerical pain rating scale, also improved. Conclusion: A patient wearing a scoliosis activity suit for 6 months reported symptomatic changes as well as radiographic, pain, and quality of life improvements. The results of this case cannot be generalized. More investigation into the association of scoliosis and other organic symptoms is warranted.