Strategies for self-improvement with Scheuermann’s Disease
Are you living with the pain and stiffness caused by Scheuermann’s Disease?
This common spinal condition can have a significant impact on your daily life, but the good news is that there are ways to improve your condition and take control of your symptoms.
On this website, you will find information on my experience with Scheuermann and how I have improved my quality of life with the disease. I provide in-depth information on my condition and symptoms, as well as my most used training exercises and more.
Don’t let Scheuermann’s Disease control your life. Browse my site and start taking steps towards self-improvement today.
“A good life must be fought for”
Quote by BS Christiansen, Coach and former soldier in the danish elite forces
Who am I
I’m a completely normal Danish guy in his 30s, but I am also the owner of the spine you see here.
My name is Frederich Larsen and I was diagnosed with Scheuermann as a child as both my brothers and I have inherited the disease from our father.
As I approached my teenage years, my rounded back became more and more apparent and when I was 13-14 I suffered a lifting injury in my back.
Ever since then I have struggled with various back problems, but have gradually found out how to train myself out of the problems.
What is Scheuermann’s disease and how can it affect you?
Schuermann’s disease is a condition that affects the growth of the vertebrae in the spine, causing them to become wedge-shaped and leading to a hunched posture.
It is a non-progressive condition, which means that it does not get worse over time, but it can cause significant discomfort and affect a person’s quality of life.
What can you do about your scheuermann?
While there is no cure for Schuermann’s disease, recent research has shown that strength training exercises can help alleviate the symptoms and improve overall spinal health. This article will explore the benefits of strength training for individuals with Schuermann’s disease, including improved posture, decreased pain, and increased mobility.
I will also provide my strenght exercises and tips for safely incorporating strength training into your exercise routine.
Stretching and yoga
Yoga and stretching exercises are a non-invasive and effective way to alleviate the symptoms of Schuermann’s disease.
This article will explore the benefits of yoga and stretching for individuals with Schuermann’s disease, including improved posture, decreased pain, and increased flexibility.
I will show the specific exercises and tips I have incorporated in my exercise routine.
Can diet do a difference?
Another measure against Scheuermann’s disease is to eat anti-inflammatory foods.
This article will explore how incorporating anti-inflammatory foods into your diet can help alleviate the symptoms of Schuermann’s disease, including reducing pain and inflammation in the spine and muscles.
I will provide a list of specific foods for incorporating anti-inflammatory foods into your diet, as well as potential bad foods to be aware of.