Bree's mom who also had a moderate scoliosis advised her to take Physical Therapy sessions. She agreed about the matter and went to the Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Center for consultation. And that began her rehabilitation journey.
She went over a hands-on manual therapy which keeps restoring the motion to her affected joints and helps her guide and retrain movement patterns. In connection to that, she was also advised to take part with Projects, Programs, and Activities of PWDs in a Community-Based Rehabilitation.
We have this acronym PWEDE PA for PWDs which stands for Providing Well Established, Dignified, and Empowered Policies plus Advocacies for Persons with Disabilities.
What specific projects, programs, and activities have you encountered in your sessions?
How did PWEDE PA for PWDs changed your vision on quality of life?
Unfortunately Ms. Laoag didn’t make it to the next level. She reigned 10 times in a row now and on the 11th, she didn’t comprehend fate.
That was the time I felt like, I am a failure and everything’s falling apart. You know, I was a dreamer before that event went and let me down.
If you would describe that event, what would it be?
For me, it was a nightmare. It was like a daydream slapped by a nightmare.
No, I don’t mind. Actually, one of my purposes is to raise awareness about scoliosis so, I might as well share my experiences.
What happened after the pageant? Do you mind if you share with us a little about your scoliosis journey?