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An appreciable lateral deviation of the spine from the normally straight vertical line is called what?
A spinal curve that is relatively fixed and inflexible and will not resolve with sidebending the opposite direction is called what?
A spinal curve that is flexible and can be partially or completely corrected with sidebending to the opposite side is called what?
If suspicious, what can be done to screen for scoliosis in addition to the physical exam?
What is described by perpendicular lines originating from horizontal lines from vertebral bodies of extreme ends of the curve?
Unless the cause was recent and sudden, how much should the final heel lift height be?
1/16" every two weeks
In the "fragile", how often should you increase the heel lift in short leg syndrome?
1/8" every two weeks
In the "flexible", how often should you increase the heel lift in short leg syndrome?
Anterior Sole Lift
If more than 1/2" is needed in short leg syndrome, what should be used in place of a heel lift?
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