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Millions of children and adults suffer from idiopathic scoliosis and accompanying
spinal pain. Numerous congresses and conferences are dedicated to their treatment, but the problem persists. The origin of scoliosis remains a mystery, even though the condition has been a topic of intensive investigation for thousands of years, since the time of Claudius Galen, Hippocrates, Pythagoras and Avicenna.
During the past 20 years, the author has accumulated a huge amount of clinical
material. He has provided relief from scoliosis and spinal pain to more than 8000 patients. The author believes that asymmetrical structure of our body is the cause of various diseases such as osteochondrosis, deforming spondylosis, chronic sacral-pelvic pain and fibromyalgia.
In a step-by-step, chapter-by-chapter walk through the pages, the author
presents two scientific discoveries, which not only unravel the mystery of scoliosis, but also the origin of numerous diseases of humans linked with the deformity of the spine. The author suggests an effective non-surgical method of treatment based upon restoration of normal biomechanics of the body muscles both for scoliosis and spinal pain syndrome.
The book aims to bring this extremely important information to the world medical community. The book will be of interest not only to orthopaedicians and vertebrologists, but also to neurologists, neurosurgeons, paediatricians and ophthalmologists.
Professor Dr Valentyn Serdyuk is a member of the World Orthopaedic Organization SICOT (Societe Internationale de Chirurgie Orthopedique et de Traumatologie). He received his medical education in Ukraine at the Odessa National Medical University (ONMU) during 1960-66. Since 1991, he is professor in the Department of Traumatology and Orthopaedic Surgery of ONMU.
Professor Serdyuk has invented medical fixators, implants and surgical
techniques, which proved their efficiency and obtained 39 patents. He has given a new direction to orthopaedic surgery by using magnetotherapy in patients with fractures complicated by purulent infection. He designed stationary and portable devices for magnetotherapy, which are being manufactured and used to treat thousands of patients in civil and military hospitals.
Professor Serdyuk has 244 publications to his name, including six books and two scientific discoveries in vertebrology: 'Dependence of development of diseases of adult persons on deformations of spine in children’ (1995) and ‘Regularity of development of scoliosis deformation of the spine due to instability in all its regions, which arise as consequence of unilateral hypertonus of spinal muscles, caused with asymmetric functioning of cerebral hemispheres’ (2008).