Scoliosis FAQ

What is scoliosis? Will it continue to progress? How should I sleep? Look at our scoliosis FAQ for all your questions.

Olivia DiGerlamo

Life as a college student with scoliosis by Olivia DiGerlamo

Life as a College Student with Scoliosis by Olivia DiGerlamo College is a huge transition point in your life, and figuring out how to manage your scoliosis has always been a fear of mine. Going into college, I was focused on so many things about my scoliosis: How would I do my exercise program at

Sad about Scoliosis? You aren’t alone.

As you know, when you have pain, it makes your thinking brain work overtime.  All that overtime should be unpaid because whatever part of the brain is spending its working hours on negative thoughts? We know that isn’t worth the money, the time, or the energy. Not worth listening to. Yet, we do. We listen

Can Scoliosis Be Fixed?

This is the first question on everyone’s mind after a scoliosis diagnosis. It’s scary. You’ve been told that your spine is “deformed”, it has twists and turns that are not “normal.” You’ve also been told, “We need to keep an eye on it; in case it gets worse.” So, of course, all this begs the

Scoliosis Awareness Month Live Events 2023

Scolio-Pilates Instagram Live Events   June is Scoliosis Awareness Month, a time to raise awareness and educate about scoliosis. It’s time to use your words, pictures, professional skills, and even your magic beans to make scoliosis more visible. Why? Because your message could be the catalyst to change the life of one person with scoliosis.

Embody your Inner Scolio-Mover!

Make the commitment today to embody your new you and be a Scolio-Mover and Doer, not a sitter and pain-er. How do you embody your resolution?

Sleeping and Scoliosis

What is the best position to sleep in when you have scoliosis? Here is some info and tips on how to get the best sleep with scoliosis.

Teens and Scoliosis

You are a teen and have been diagnosed with scoliosis. Learn about what next steps you should take as a teenager with scoliosis.