Yes and no, if you do not have a 'full' corrective surgery ,thoracic and lumbar, than you are able to regain all mobility and flexibility, thus able to play sports. If you do have the rods put throughout the length of your spine you will likely never to be able to play sports to the extent of when you did not have surgery.
If you did not have (or plan getting) surgery you should be able to do whatever you want depending on the severity of your curve (1 degree-50 degrees should have no effect on your mobility/flexibility/or bodily functions).
It depends on how severe it is. My sister bowled for years but as she got older it began to cause her pain in her hips because they weren't aligned properly due to the scoliosis. I think I'd check with my doctor first if I were you.
I play golf because it is fun.
It is a golf links if the course is near the sea. Otherwise it is a golf course if further inland.
How to Play Golf was created in 1944.
golf ball is pelota de golf.golf stays the same.It's the same: 'golf'
a golf course
Assuming that the scoliosis isn't caused by a congenital disorder like spina bifida or muscular dystrophy, doctors don't know. They suspect that genetics play some sort of role in scoliosis.
kids of all sexual orientations play golf.
Althea Gibson did not play golf. She played tennis.
Yes he did play golf on the moon.
to play golf better
people that play golf