The body pictured above in the slide show is me. I was told in 2020 that I have Scoliosis.
My right side needs a lift, as my hip is about an inch lower, (though I do not pad my right shoe). My scapula is tilting my shoulder posteriorly forward, causing the shoulder to roll forward, it's what I call my "Roll-ey". My neck and shoulder alignment are a little bit off. My head is on the left side of my cervical (neck) spine at about 40%; where my right side of my neck and shoulder are moderately longer, at about 60%. If I knew this before I got my hair done up and 1/2 shaved; I would've definately helped my right side and put the braids on the right, to hide the obvious distance and rolled shoulder.
Before I knew I had Scoliosis, I wanted to help those with any kind of spinal issues, even the most severe. Do you have Scoliosis? Kyphosis? Lordosis? I can teach you how to manage your spine no matter how curvy, bent or twisted it is; though have you taken my "Tripod your Core" course? You will still need to know this information before we start.
I will want a total of 8 photos:
Supine (face up) Laying down flat
1 from head
2 from feet
Prone (face down) Laying down flat
3 from head
4 from feet
Sitting on bench, no back; bottom needs to be visible on seat.
Standing at shoulder view
Requirements: for photos
if you can't provide the pictures, this will be my goal of pictures to take.
Yoga, Pilates, Floor Mat or plain colored towel (no patterns).
Males - must be shirtless
Female - for pictures from front: sports bra or bra
Pictures from behind: ALL backs must be exposed from head to where Gluteal fold begins.
Hair - needs to be OFF neck, on top of head preferred. Ears need to be visible.
Pictures need to be clear/good quality (need to be of complete body from head to toe), no distractions or backgrounds, white walls, etc. Bare foot, no loose clothing (need to see all curves, angles, hills and valleys). Photos must be taken from an identical angle at opposite ends or side. The more I see the more detail I can share.
Unable to provide photos?
I can help! Schedule a photo appointment with me today and I can help take photos of you via Zoom.
Pictured on L. is an X-Ray of my Cervical Scoliosis; Pictured on the R. is a healthy neck.