dextroscoliosis in thoracic spine

I was told that I have mild dextroscoliosis in the thoracic spine. Can you tell me what this means and what effects it may play on my body?

Posted By Cynthia DelPiombo on June 22, 2005 at 13:28:24:

In Reply to: scoliosis posted by eloise on May 09, 2005 at 02:07:36:

Inflated aircells offer comfort and graduated compression with its therapeutic benefits. Worn with a laced shoe, the Air-Stirrup restricts inversion/eversion and permits normal flexion.

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