Can pitching lead to scoliosis in some cases? My 11yo daughter, who has been pitching for two years, was recently diagnosed with slight scoliosis causing her pelvis to rotate anteriorly on the right side. About a month ago, I noticed that she was having trouble keeping her drive foot at a 45 degree angle and was actually landing at almost closer to 90. From the start, she always had a good drive and wore holes in shoes exactly where you'd expect so this new mechanical breakdown was completely abnormal for her. This was her first year on a travel team so we've been playing since early spring and still have a few weeks left of fall ball so needless to say, she's pitched a lot more than she's used to. We have now shut things down and she is in physical therapy three times a week to strengthen her hips and knees. The hope here, is that once we strengthen these areas, everything will pull somewhat back into place. I wish we would've concentrated more on exercising her right side, along with her pitching side, keeping her body in sync as I believe this had to somewhat contribute to this problem. Has anyone experienced this? What are some good exercises that pitchers can do to keep balanced?