A friend of mine facetiously suggested I make the brace into jewellery (a little sideline of mine). That got me thinking - it's not as silly as it sounds. The leopard skin pattern on the outside and the soft stuff on the inside means it would make nice bracelets if I could cut them out! Shame Laura won't let me.
Next is Ruth, just starting on the scoli journey. She has an appointment for an MRI scan at the beginning of December and then we will have to see what can be done.
Then comes me. I've been getting neck pain almost every day for the last year (just like what happens to everyone who reads my pain-in-the-neck posts I expect) despite getting special computer glasses, and it makes no difference whether I am working at the computer or not. Add that to the usual lower back pains and rib bump pains and I think it's time to say enough is enough. So I mean to see the good GP as soon as I can, so that he can complete our particular set of happy families when he sees me, Mrs Skewed the Scoli. I am WAY too old for surgery but there might be something that can help that you don't have to pay for.