Mature adults with scoliosis
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Scoliosis commonly affects teens and adolescents. But scoliosis also affects adults. In adult idiopathic scoliosis, the term " idiopathic " refers to the fact it has no known cause. Regardless of what type of scoliosis we're talking about or at what age it's experienced, scoliosis is a deformity in which the spine develops curves that are abnormal. It can involve just one curve either to the right or to the left.
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How to Manage Adult Scoliosis
Though scoliosis is often associated with children, adults can have it too. Adult forms of scoliosis often have a degenerative element. That is, scoliosis develops due to wear and tear of spinal structures that cause the spine to tilt. In other cases, the scoliosis begins in childhood and progresses into adulthood often made worse by spinal degeneration —this is called adult idiopathic scoliosis. Low back degenerative scoliosis in an adult is shown in this x-ray. Photo Source: SpineUniverse.
Is Your Terrible Back Pain Actually Adult Scoliosis?
Scoliosis causes the spine to curve sideways, causing pain, weakness, and changes in the way a person walks. Exercise and stretching are vital components of treatment. In mild cases, people can treat scoliosis with specific exercises and stretches alone, eliminating the need for surgery. While some medical conditions can cause scoliosis, the most typical form of scoliosis is adolescent idiopathic scoliosis. While research has found evidence supporting specific exercises for scoliosis, it is a good idea for a person with scoliosis to speak to a doctor or physical therapist about the best stretches and exercises for them.
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 to help yourself. Here are five things you might be surprised to hear about adult scoliosis. Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center.