How to Prepare Your Child for Chest Bracing. Chest deformities usually occur during early childhood and only get visible when the child hits puberty. Although these conditions occur in a small percentage of children – only around 1 in 300 kids experience it – that still means that millions of children have suffered from it.
When this happens to your child, you have to be there to provide the proper emotional support for them and guide them through the process of recovery to the best of your abilities. Today, we’re going to discuss how to prepare your child for chest bracing.
“If you would understand anything, observe its beginning and its development.” – Aristotle
Scoliosis affects between 2% and 3% of the world’s population. That may sound like a small number at first, but when you realize that between 140,000,000 and 210,000,000 people suffer from it, you understand that scoliosis is nothing to take easy.
While most people are aware of it, a huge number of people don’t seem to understand it completely. And that’s why we’re here today. We’re going to go over the history of scoliosis, it’s present, and see what the future holds for the treatment of the disease.
Without further ado, let’s see when we first became aware of scoliosis.
Some people fail to take chest disorders seriously because only 1.03% of people suffer from it. However, chest disorders are a serious matter and should be treated as such. A seemingly simple chest disorder can lead to serious conditions such as hyperventilation, chronic respiratory failure, and in extreme cases, even death.
But let’s start from the beginning. What is even considered a chest wall disorder?