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Model Natalie Roser reveals the astonishing height she has grown to following her scoliosis surgery


Model Natalie Roser reveals the astonishing height she has grown to following her scoliosis surgery – after sharing confronting X-ray of the procedure to correct her spine

Natalie Roser has revealed that corrective surgery on her spine has left her towering at six feet in height.

Answering a fan question on her Instagram this week, the model, 32, revealed she is now several centimetres taller than she was prior to the procedure. 

‘After my scoliosis surgery (spinal fusion) I am now 6 feet. 5cm more than before my surgery’ she explained. 

Natalie Roser (pictured) has revealed that corrective surgery on her spine has left her towering at six feet in height. Answering a fan question on her Instagram this week, the model, 32, revealed she is now several centimetres taller than she was prior to the procedure

Natalie Roser (pictured) has revealed that corrective surgery on her spine has left her towering at six feet in height. Answering a fan question on her Instagram this week, the model, 32, revealed she is now several centimetres taller than she was prior to the procedure

The Newcastle-born beauty underwent surgery to correct the curvature of her spine caused by scoliosis in May last year. 

In July that year, she shared confronting X-ray photos to Instagram following her surgery.

The images reveal the metal rods and screws which have been attached to the beauty’s spine.

The Newcastle-born beauty underwent surgery to correct the curvature of her spine caused by scoliosis in May last year. She is pictured in June this year

The Newcastle-born beauty underwent surgery to correct the curvature of her spine caused by scoliosis in May last year. She is pictured in June this year 

In July that year, she shared confronting X-ray photos to Instagram following her surgery

 In July that year, she shared confronting X-ray photos to Instagram following her surgery

‘All dressed up for my X-ray reveal. I had my first look at my new bits and pieces holding my spine straight today! It feels a bit surreal knowing that those screws are in my spine, but wow it’s made a huge difference,’ she wrote.

‘I’m having my post-surgery follow up appointment in two days so I can’t wait to hear what my surgeon has to say about these.’

Natalie recently revealed that behind her picture-perfect Instagram feed, she has been fighting a secret health battle with scoliosis, a condition that causes the spine to bend sideways. 

The images reveal the metal rods and screws which have been attached to the beauty's spine

The images reveal the metal rods and screws which have been attached to the beauty’s spine 

'I had my first look at my new bits and pieces holding my spine straight today! It feels a bit surreal knowing that those screws are in my spine, but wow it's made a huge difference,' she wrote in an Instagram post

‘I had my first look at my new bits and pieces holding my spine straight today! It feels a bit surreal knowing that those screws are in my spine, but wow it’s made a huge difference,’ she wrote in an Instagram post 

The condition develops in roughly one in every 15 Australian girls during puberty from age nine to 14. 

Scoliosis is an abnormal curvature of the spine that typically develops during the growth spurt stage just before puberty.

While the condition, which is estimated to affect about three percent of teenagers worldwide, can be caused by disorders such as cerebral palsy and muscular dystrophy, the cause of most scoliosis is unknown.

Most cases are mild and resolve naturally, but some spine deformities worsen as children grow.

Natalie revealed that behind her picture-perfect Instagram feed, she has been fighting a secret health battle with scoliosis, a condition that causes the spine to bend sideways

Natalie revealed that behind her picture-perfect Instagram feed, she has been fighting a secret health battle with scoliosis, a condition that causes the spine to bend sideways

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