This is where we look at your whole body. On almost everyone who has scoliosis there is an asymmetry elsewhere in their body. As you move through life these asymmetries may well be working against the specific scoliosis exercises you will be doing and changes might be either short lived or hard to come by. This is the most important step but most specialists don't see the importance of assessing peoples feet, knees, hips, shoulders, ears, eyes, teeth for asymmetry and where possible correcting them. This step also includes the Back Pain Correction Protocol, a series of movements designed to help people beat back pain, as scoliosis and back pain commonly go together.