Quote Originally Posted by shiradotnet View Post
I found out about my curvature of the spine over 20 years ago. Never had surgery, never wanted it.

One thing you may notice is that you have to compensate a little for your tilted hips when doing horizontal hip moves such as hip slides. Meaning, you'll have to make a point of lowering the higher-hip side a little as you slide to that side. No biggie, with some determined practice in front of a mirror you'll reach a point where you automatically do it fine.

You may also notice with skirts and pants that the hem seems uneven, "shorter" on the side with the higher hip. Maybe you'll care, maybe I won't. I usually don't bother compensating for that, but sometimes I do.
yet 1 more for team scoliosis, first noticed when wearing stockings they didn't line up, so gave up wearing them