How Does Scoliosis Curve the Spine?
“So let me explain scoliosis. There are two parts of scoliosis. All the other ones have a simple curve, either out or in, doesn’t matter it has a curve. Scoliosis has an S and a C curve so your spine is doing some wacky stuff at this time. So regular C curve means that you are kind of pushed in, like one side is dominant and one side is lax. Then you have an S curve which means everything here is fine and everything here is fine in a way but maybe this side shifts a little bit and then this side shifts. You really can’t tell the S curve unless you favor one side more than the other, the upper side or the lower. The majority of people have an S curve deficiency because one side is more dominant than the other. That comes from when you grow and you do not really treat the curve it is always going to tend to go to one side, the one that is more dominant.