Back strengthening for scoliosis should consist of both strength exercises and stability training. Most doctors and therapists who specialize in scoliosis retraining focus on the stability and proprioception (balance). My suggestion is to look for a doctor that uses the CLEAR method near you. It's so much better to have someone guide you through the exercises and many of them will be unique to you specifically. If you want to do on your own, try basic core stability exercises like spinal bridges or bird dogs, planks, side planks for stability training for your core muscles of your back and front.
Yours in health,
Dr. Brandon Buttry
A chiropractor or physical therapist would be your best option(s). A scoliosis depending which region of the spine and the severity of the curve complicates a workout. There will be certain things you want to avoid and other things you want to engage in. Professional guidance will be of benefit until you're in a comfortable and confident what to do and what not to do.
Dr. Joel D. Duchon
GENERALLY SPEAKING, best for strengthening your back with scoliosis is to perform core strengthening exercises. Please consult your doctor first.
You would work on strengthening the muscles on the convex side and doing core strength exercises.
Skylar Bakko, DC QNCP PAK BFM