tell your obgyn as he/she may even have a chiropractor in mind. If they don't, it should not be too hard to find one.
I've been suffering from scoliosis since I was 19 years. I am now 32 years old. Will this problem be corrected with surgery?
If you are pregnant or actively trying to get pregnant, radiographs should not be taken unless absolutely necessary. For men, screens over the groin area should be used as a safety
precaution. As a general rule, radiographs should be taken if a doctor suspects some sort of instability, broken bone(s), cancer, possibly osteoporosis, things of that nature. If a patient isn't responding to care, radiographs might be taken to rule out bony anomalies. The healthcare professional ordering the X-rays should be able to tell you what they are looking for and if there are any other ways they can get the same information without using X-ray technology. I hope this is helpful.
chiropractic or physical therapy I would try to do that route if you like the type of work you do. Also, there is a condition called compartment syndrome that happens in the lower legs and requires surgery which is usually sucessful. So make sure you know your options for treatment before leaving a job, especially if you need it and/or enjoy it.