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Hi, maybe some of you can help me figure this out.

My one shoulder sits higher (or the other lower) than the other. I don't know what the problem is and I don't think its mild scoliosis because the last time I went for an MRI on my back, the specialist didn't mention anything about scoliosis. He just told me there was some trauma to two of the vertebrae (lower back) and that I should try avoiding sports like squash. I'm wondering if my posture is due to muscle tightness or imbalance? Or maybe is it something else.

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  • The question is has it always been like this, or has this developed just ov the last few years. My husband is similar to this, but has no spine problems - it's been that way all his life and the only issue he has ever had is getting nice suits to fit. If it has developed though then that is a bigger issue that maybe should be investigated more, as you don't want it getting worse - good luck
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