Incorporating inversion therapy to mitigate or reverse the effects of scoliosis is beneficial for patients of any age, but it is especially helpful before the bones become fully hardened, typically between ages 12-14. However, younger children may require assistance due to the size of the equipment. It is worth noting that there are various causes of scoliosis, some of which may not be suitable for inversion therapy, such as bone infection, cancer, or compression fracture. Nevertheless, most scoliosis in children results from bone anomalies or calcification disorders, which respond well to inversion therapy. If you have any concerns, always consult with your doctor or specialist.