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Physical therapy (PT) for scoliosis may be beneficial in relieving pain, improving spinal mobility, and preventing lateral spinal curvature progression. Your physical therapist can work with you to improve your posture and strengthen the muscles that guard your spine.
Scoliosis refers to an abnormally curved lateral spine curvature. There are many different causes of scoliosis, which can affect anyone at any age. It occurs in 2% to 3% of the population. There are various scoliosis conditions.
Scoliosis is a progressive and irreversible condition, so the short answer to whether it can be treated with exercise is no.
Squat in reverse. Your feet should be flat on the ground and pointed forward as you crouch with your knees bent.
Your back should be straight, your belly button should be pulled in, and your pelvis should be pushed upward.
Stand with most of your weight on the balls of your feet rather than your heels.
Keep your feet shoulder-width apart.
Keep your knees from locking.
To keep the head level, slightly tuck the chin in.