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I perked up at the notion that I was, in fact, a candidate for surgery. The pain caused by my scoliosis had reached my personal threshold. It inhibited my exercising and just sneezing sent my body into a shockwave of pain. One thing scoliosis patients all have in common is that we understand how sensitive the nerves surrounding our spine are and how crucial the mobility of our spine is for directing the rest of our body to move in sync.
Everything on my body from my back to my feet just felt "off", like I couldn't find my center of gravity. I carried out the course of my senior year and opted to have the surgery soon after graduating high school. The best part about being young was that I felt fearless. The idea of surgery didn't scare me. On the other hand, living with a problem that hindered my everyday functioning and made me feel insecure, was a far scarier reality.
My x-rays showed a right thoracic high 39 degree curve with a left-sided thoracolumbar apex at the TL-junction measuring 52 degrees.
In layman's terms, my spine was curved enough at the top and bottom to be eligible for an imminent spinal fusion. I was informed that the surgery involved attaching hooks, wires, screws and two titanium rods to the curved parts of my spine.
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Then small pieces of bone would be put over my spine so that they would grow together with the spinal bone, fusing it into proper position. I was told my spine would not end up being completely straight and we couldn't fix the rotation of the spine. That would involve covering the entire spine with metal rods, and ultimately I would have no mobility in my back whatsoever.
On the plus side, I could expect to gain one to two inches in height, from my spine straightening out, and from me still growing.
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I was informed of the risks of such a major surgery, but ultimately I was prepared. The surgery date came on June 18th. I went into the surgery anxious, but ready to get it over with. I told myself I would receive good care from my doctor and nurses to help manage any pain I had after surgery and that I would feel fine. Waking up from the surgery was definitely a wake-up call. It was certainly tougher than I had anticipated.
I was in a lot of pain. I woke up in ICU and the worst part was when the nurses came in to roll my body every two hours.
I had a morphine pump for thepain, but to be honest, it just took the edge off. Luckily the days following the surgery led to a good recovery.
I almost had to have a blood transfusion and when I sat up for one bout of nausea, it led to a persistent migraine. I remember looking in the mirror for the first time and feeling utterly elated that my body looked even for the first time since I could remember. I was also an inch and a half taller, overnight! My mom stayed by my side in the hospital all week and I felt unbelievably loved in her presence.
I was told I could leave once I was walking again. I remember how determined I felt the first time the nurse walked me around the hospital ward. I felt a little too eager because that day I confidently walked to the bathroom all by myself, and then completely blacked out.
Needless to say, I didn't get to leave that day but I was home within the next couple days. That week in the hospital wasn't easy but I knew the worst was over. I was so excited to be going home. I was very determined to get better because I wanted to move to New York to pursue my modeling career. By the end of that summer, I was much stronger.
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I revisited the surgeon and he gave me the okay to make the big move to New York. The results of the surgery were very rewarding. I came to New York with a whole new outlook on life and truly felt that anything was possible. There was still residual pain for about six months after the surgery, but I can honestly say it was all worth it. Nothing compares to the discomfort and pain I felt before my spinal fusion.
For the first year following the surgery, I was very timid about exercising. Although I was told I could do limited workouts, I was afraid of my new back. Modeling alone could be physical enough, holding strange positions in sky-high heels. I finally gained the courage to get into working out.
I fell in love with low-impact yoga and later Pilates. I became very focused on fitness because I knew it was the only thing that could help strengthen my back even after surgery. Working out became my everyday regiment because I felt the benefits of my strengthened core and back and overall health.
I also learned the importance of working out for function and doing low-impact exercises the correct way to help protect my joints and back. Although I lived with the negative stigma of scoliosis, I turned it into a positive thing in my life. It was my ultimate motivation for a strong body and strong mind. One of the most challenging aspects of the fashion industry presented itself to me when I started going to castings for runway shows.
I was always terrified that I would appear different than the other models on the runway. Practice shows that all problems can be solved. The high level of school children's achievement is also supported by extracurricular activities and consultations on many study disciplines.
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The school psychologist conducts testing and works with each student individually helping the 1st, 5th and 10th year pupils adapt to the study process. The school environment — respectful, warm and full of attention is also very important for children.
The pupils life is democratically managed by the School Parliament. The school also gives its students the opportunity to develop all their talents in numerous studios. The school provides the students with all the conditions to determine their own future. The school study program includes the academic disciplines which are studied in the bounds of the Institute programs, for example — information systems, economics, management, tourism, real estate, and design.
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Considerable attention is paid to foreign languages. Not only English but also Spanish, Italian and French are taught. Foreign languages are taught by native speakers, who come through international exchange programmes. Many Premjers graduates go abroad for admission to universities, because there is no language problem for them.