In children and teenagers, scoliosis often does not have any noticeable
symptoms. The curvature of the spine does not cause pain, and if it is mild, it can
What causes scoliosis? What are the causes of other types of scoliosis? What are
risk factors for scoliosis?
Adults with idiopathic scoliosis have more symptoms than teens because of
degeneration in discs and joints leading to narrowing of the openings for the
Jun 7, 2016 ... The majority of children with scoliosis do not require treatment as the curve
corrects itself as the child grows. However, based on the degree of ...
Sep 6, 2011 ... While surgical treatment of scoliosis in adults can present a complex set of
challenges, a team approach, and the use of refined operative ...
Symptoms. Degenerative adult scoliosis usually begins as low back pain. While
there may also be a deformity that causes the back to look peculiar, usually it is ...
Scoliosis is an unnatural curvature of the spine. The normal shape of the spine
includes a top-of-the-shoulder curve and a lower back curve. If your spine is ...
Mild scoliosis is a term used to categorize cases of scoliosis that the orthopedic
and medical community do not believe require treatment. It is the official position
When a curvature, or scoliosis, is mild then one may not be able to detect any ...
Symptoms related to adult scoliosis are mostly due to degeneration (wear and ...
Many patients with adult scoliosis do not have any specific symptoms. Scoliosis
symptoms vary based on the curve severity.