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... I have one leg "longer" than the other, too. I have a severe scoliosis. I can stand on my left foot with my leg completely straight and freely swing my right foot. But over the years, I've become so used to the difference that I just stand with one leg askew and don't even notice it. ... (5 replies)
... rays and see if you really have scoliosis. ... (3 replies)
... Hi. I posted this on the bone disorders site, and didn't get a response...Please help. ... (3 replies)

CT scan
Feb 15, 2011
... ing that jumps out is the term scoliosis. In a scoliosis, the spine curves from side to side, rather like the shape of a C or S...rather than running straight up and down. The "dextro" before the term "scoliosis" refers to the direction of the curve. The part that is difficult to interpret is the moderate to severe... ... (1 replies)
... Ha! This is a standard line they tell everyone, that one leg is longer than the other. ... (12 replies)
... Been there, done that! I made two HUGE mistakes in 5 years. The first was going to a chiro of whom convinced me for a while that my scoliosis could be not only kept under control but "in many cases improved tremendously with his chiropractic care". ... (3 replies)
... he Dr., had xrays. But, it was too late to doa anything about it. I have a noticeable dip to my left shoulder...and then I have the lumbar problem, too, due to one leg being a bit shorter. This puts a lot of stress on the spine especially when walking. ... (2 replies)
... Bikerchick regarding this problem and I'd like to see if any of you or any others can help me out. One orthopedic dr. ... (30 replies)
... If you have been diagnosed with scoliosis, it does not mean "surgery". Many have this and never ever have to have surgery for it, When caught at the proper time, it can be corrected. ... (1 replies)
... knots will cause things to happen. Those muscles will pull your spine into an "S" to pull the impingement from your nerves. I've had doctors look at my Xrays and say "you have scoliosis"....No I didn't. I had severe muscle spasms pulling my spine into an "S". ... (17 replies)
... so here I am again. I had my computer redone and lost the site... ... (5 replies)
... Yes, I have had scoliosis since a teenager, very active gal I was. The pain started about months ago, I just thought I pulled a muscle..........Nope......... ... (6 replies)
Adult Scoliosis
Feb 9, 2007
... The hip may or may not be related to your scoliosis, but you're probably more prone to problems like that because your spine and the surrounding muscles aren't symmetric. ... (12 replies)
... I have the exact same problem, except that my LEFT leg is a bit longer than my right. So I also have mild scoliosis. Sitting too long in class or at home would be very uncomfortable, as my lower back would start to ache. ... (8 replies)
... ling in with scar tissue. When I first went to physical therapy, I was crooked. In many ways, some scoliosis, others compensating to combat the pain. My right leg has been roughly 2 inches longer than my right for a long time. Even prior to knowing of back problems. I found this out when I had a pair of slacks altered. ... (6 replies)
Mar 17, 2007
... D. Before the procedure I would have to go to the ER for morphine and took many percs a day. However, the pain never did leave my left buttock, and anterior thigh after surgery. I could only sit for about 10min without having severe pain for over 2 months. ... (6 replies)
... winded, so please bear with me. I'm new to these boards, and I need all the advise, opinions, and support I can get. I apologize in advance for such a long post. ... (4 replies)
... Hi Everyone...I am a 58 year old healthy, active, female, fit and not overweight living in Alberta, Canada. ... (3 replies)
... I started out with minor, annoying, on and off lower back pain. I also had some swellings up and down my spine. ... (7 replies)
... miles a day and has no pain whatsoever. I would have an orthopedic surgeon experienced in reduction surgery do this. ... (5 replies)

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