I was told I had slight scoliosis about 12 yrs ago, when a chiropractor was treating me for back pain, I recently had more xrays done for my chronic back pain and the results say I have 1. reversal of usual cervical curve of lateral view, and 2. Abrupt levo-convex curve involving the upper thoracic spine.
Is this part of the Scoliosis, and is this why I'm so painful? My reg. MD could not really explain it and referred me to physical therapy. What should I be doing for this? Physical therapy never helped in the past, but it has been a while since I went now. I just don't want to waste my time. :confused: