Back pain is one of the main problems caused by scoliosis in adults, so treatment is mainly aimed at pain relief. If the condition isn't severe and isn't causing any.
You may have more power over adult scoliosis than you think. Doctors can offer you various treatment options, and there are things you can do.
Most cases of scoliosis are mild and don't need treatment. In adults, the degree of the spinal curve may or may not determine treatment. Treatment is geared.
In addition to the two types of adult scoliosis discussed in this section—Adult Idiopathic . Nonoperative treatment is appropriate for the majority of adults with .
An estimated 2 to 3 percent of Americans have scoliosis, which involves a sideways curvature of the spine, bending toward a C- or S-shape.