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Scoliosis is a lateral curve of the spine. Everyone has standard curves in their spine; when viewed from behind, the spine appears straight. However, children and teenagers with scoliosis have an abnormal S- or C-shaped spine curve. The curve can occur on both sides of the spine and in different locations on the spine. In most people, the cause of scoliosis is unknown.

For most children and adolescents, the cause of scoliosis is idiopathic. It means researchers and doctors don’t know the cause. However, they think a combination of factors plays a role in developing the disease.

Doctors diagnose scoliosis by examining your child or teen and taking X-rays. It helps doctors develop a treatment plan, which depends on the location and severity of the curve. Children and teens with smoother curves may only need to visit the doctor for regular checkups. Others may require bracing or surgery. With treatment, observation, and medical monitoring, most children and adolescents lead everyday and active lives.

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What Effects Does Scoliosis Have On Our Body?

  1. Scoliosis causes a certain anatomical deformation of the vertebrae (1), ribs, ligaments, and discs. The vertebrae tend to assume a wedge shape above the apex of the curve. On the concave side, inside the curve, the vertebral foramina are narrower, and the nerve roots that pass through them can be compressed and give the symptoms of sciatica.
  2. The inclination of the vertebrae deforms the ribs. On the convex side, the vertical distance between them increases, while on the concave part, it decreases. Due to the spin of the rib cage, it loses its rounded rectangle shape to be squashed more on one side than on the other. It forms a Gibba, which is easy to see from the convex side.
  3. The intervertebral disc is crushed on the concave side and decompressed on the other side, then the nucleus pulposus of the disc is forced out. It occurs in both girls and boys and begins between the ages of 8 and 10. Scoliosis generally affects thinner and more slender children, and the majority are women: 80%.

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