In a standing posture the head and hips form a straight line. The torso is symmetrically aligned, the shoulders and pelvis are in line and the shoulders are straight.
Even slight deviations can indicate scoliosis, such as sloping shoulders or when the head is outside the centre of the buttocks.
Asymmetry and initial hunching of the thoracic spine are strong signs of scoliosis. They are usually located in the thoracic spine and are accompanied by asymmetrical shoulders.
If there is asymmetry in the lumbar region of the spine, a hunchback is also possible. This is usually in the area of the lumbar spine in combination with an uneven waist.
Individual analysis and professional advice are very important for scoliosis. Our experts take a holistic approach to your request and help you on your way to a free life.