I have scoliosis from my 15 years of age. Now, I am 36 years old. I am a very active teacher and mom. The pain medicines are not helping me now and I have started to limp and lean. Can it get corrected through surgery?
It is important to do an MRI of your spine to know where the nerves are getting pinched. Please consult a neurologist for physical evaluation after doing an MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) scan and they will be able to guide you with your pain. Surgery is not required in every patient and you might choose to take medicines and avoid heavy physical work.
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