alexa The Development of TLI (Thoracolumbar Lordotic Intervention) as an Effective Bracing Concept for the Postural Spinal Problems

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The Development of TLI (Thoracolumbar Lordotic Intervention) as an Effective Bracing Concept for the Postural Spinal Problems

Gaps in knowledge in biomechanics on how the human spine develops itself to the adult posture still exist. It is clear that the huge increase in spinal problems do lack a sound etiologic base, on which effective preventive, conservative and surgical measurements should be based. An innovative technique to correct scoliosis and kyphosis in a non-surgical way is found in the TLI (thoracolumbar lordotic intervention) brace that is based on reversing of the external etiologic factors. Method: A search in older or neglected orthopedic and biomechanical literature around spinal deformities was done to support the clearance of `Idiopathy` in spinal deformities. Own research is described on the effectiveness of treatment by braces Results: Older literature on postural development was gathered. Environmental factors like sitting were once investigated as causes for deformities and could be revisited.

The Development of TLI (Thoracolumbar Lordotic Intervention) as an Effective Bracing Concept for the Postural Spinal Problems
 
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