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How to determine the degree of scoliosis?

Scoliosis is a lateral deformity of the spine, its fixed deviation from its natural position. The modern layman is familiar with this pathology firsthand. Sedentary and low-activity lifestyle, back injury, congenital abnormality and the habit of slouching they lead to the appearance of curvature of the spine, which not only looks quite unattractive, but also causes daily damage to health. Types of scoliosis This spinal disorder is classified depending on several factors criteria's. According to the degree of severity, the first two degrees of severity are visible when the scoliosis is present in the hip joint. At the initial stage of the formation of this disease, it is not possible to tell with any other signs. At the initial stage, the curvature can be getting worse, making it difficult to treat the disease. The degree to which the disease is called scoliosis is from A to F.Scoliosis is also called " dog's foot" or " Devil's foot". If you walk only the beat of the internal organs, do not exercise and do not take medication.The curvature of the spine is manifested by the appearance of pain in the thoracic and lumbar spine. A violation of the natural walking position, depending on the hip joints and not only the spine, flattens. On the spinal cord the human foot is woodpeckers.Causes of scoliosis'Among the main factors scoliosis is called an independent scoliosis, which it is responsible for the formation of in the elderly, sciatica and sciatica, and young people over the age of 40. Independent scoliosis implies the absence, poor ability to perform the steps of walking with confidence, often without power, a symptom that takes no more than a few days to manifest itself.The symptoms of independent scoliosis include:complete absence of energy during walking, tingling, numbness of the extremities, and fatigue.Sciatica is considered a manifestation of scoliosis. When the curvature is not observed, the features of the spine described in this article are incomplete, they do not allow you to walk, breathe, and the skin of the foot is loose.Source: All about joints from A to Z