Breast augmentation procedures (more so those scaled toward the larger, heavier breast implants,) is very often considered a common scapegoat for spinal issues in females. However, the blame is much more likely to be misplaced. The misinformed assumption could lead women to false diagnoses and even medical procedures, like spine surgery.
A lot of women experience scoliosis and other spinal issues, and seemingly there isn’t a more apparent scapegoat to blame. It does not surprise that women tend to consider breast augmentation as the main culprit. It is the instinct that makes people assume that weights attached to the upper torso throws the whole body out of balance and puts more stress on the back and its supportive muscles...Read More