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
Scoliosis affects about 2% of females and 0.5% of males. In most cases, the
cause of scoliosis is unknown (known as idiopathic). This type of scoliosis is ...
Jun 4, 2014 ... In children and teens, scoliosis typically does not cause symptoms and is not
obvious until the curve of the spine becomes moderate or severe.
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 ...
Although the cause of AIS remains elusive, we have methods of estimating the
risk for curve progression of scoliosis and good methods of treatment.
Most of these "secondary" causes of scoliosis are considered degenerative adult
scoliosis. Symptoms. Degenerative adult scoliosis usually begins as low back ...
While there's no definitive cure for scoliosis, what we've learned in recent years is
that the way best to reduce symptoms and stop it from progressing is to ...
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
Feb 12, 2016 ... Get the facts on scoliosis causes, symptoms, types, and treatment for abnormal
curvature of the spine. Learn about scoliosis screening for ...