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newbie question about a strange looking back picture + intro

Hi everyone I hope you are all doing great!
Here goes...
I found my way here after googling for some information about a leg pain, a strange looking photograph of my back and after a trip to an orthopaedic doctor today who said I have scoliosis.
I want to know if I am allowed post a photograph of my back here and get some advice about if I actually look like I have scoliosis for sure?
I have intermittent lower back pain but it's only being happening recently, along with leg (like sciatica) pain for the past month or so and chronic shoulder pain in one shoulder that the orthopaedic doctor thinks it's tendinitis.
Any help or advice or direction would be great thanks guys!
Oh and I am 33 male generally fit and mostly pain free all my life apart from minor sports injuries (tendinitis mostly relived by massage course).


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