My name is Larry Hart and I’m 73 years old. I was diagnosed with scoliosis in May of 83. In 83 I was going to a chiropractor every six months for an adjustment. In 2009 I was going every two weeks for an adjustment and it wasn’t working. When it gets to a certain point, then the pain becomes excruciating and you can’t stand it anymore. So Mr. Hart underwent reconstructive surgery, the surgery, instead of being done through a large incision as back, he did it through several small incisions starting in his side and then placing rods in his back. With this, we were able to correct her, stabilize occur, which was causing a lot of the back pain when they went into surgery.
My spine was 55 degrees of scoliosis. After four hours, they had gotten it down to 10 degrees of scoliosis, which is pretty remarkable. I’m doing great. Three years ago, I wouldn’t even consider going on a fishing trip. In fact, I couldn’t use my boat. I can do all of the things that I like to do. So it, it’s been a, it’s been a blessing. It’s very hard for me to express how grateful I am. But, but when you say someone saved your life as you knew it, which he did, I’ll be eternally grateful to him the rest of my life.