Scoliosis in Adults
Research is showing that scoliosis is significantly more common in the adult population than in children – up to 60% of all adults have some form of scoliosis (Schwab et al, 2005).
Combined with aging-related postural changes, scoliosis may create issues such as pain, discomfort, alignment issues, aesthetic concerns, and further progression of the curve.
Adults with scoliosis can participate in most activities and sports they enjoy. However, if you’re experience any of the issues above, you may benefit from guidance to learn curve-specific exercises to support your spine, discuss how to adjust activities as required, and implement strategies to help you live a strong, healthy, fulfilling life.