If you suspect you have scoliosis symptoms, you should see your family doctor. Your doctor may take a family medical history, examine you, ask you questions about your symptoms, and take x-rays. They may treat you or refer you to a specialist, such as an orthopedic doctor, for further tests and treatment.
- Q Should I talk to my doctor about my nonstructural scoliosis symptoms?
- Q What is progressive scoliosis?
- Q Is scoliosis a type of arthritis?
- Q Is scoliosis serious for adults?
- Q Can I develop nonstructural scoliosis as an adult?
- Q Is scoliosis life-threatening?