Adults who were treated with surgery for scoliosis in their youth are at risk for disk degeneration and spinal fusion failure.
In most adults with previous scoliosis, moderate exercise is not harmful and is extremely important for maintaining healthy, supportive muscles, and preventing disk degeneration. However, people who have only one or two mobile lumbar vertebrae below the area that was fused during surgery should avoid activity or exercise that causes excessive...Read more
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