Scoliosis in spinal diseases is a disease in which twenty-four vertebrae are two-dimensionally bent or three-dimensionally rotated according to lifestyle and environment, and the displacement becomes long. When the angle increases, the chest becomes distorted and the face becomes deformed. In addition to the pelvic deformation, Is a spinal disease that is displaced to the heart, and heart conditions such as pressure, breathing disorders will occur.
In modern medicine, scoliosis is defined as an incurable disease that can not be cured. In most cases, it is not severe enough to return early, but there is no way to cure it at this early stage.
Depending on the size of the angle of the bow, the type of rotation, and the age at recovery, there is a personal difference in recovery time, but recovery is possible if the operation is not severe enough.
However, congenital scoliosis requires more time to recover.