I'm sorry to hear about this issue. I would recommend talking with an orthopedic doctor
, as you probably know, is a condition in which the spine is abnormally curved, leading to problems with alignment of the spine, back muscles, and hips. Bracing is one form of treatment that is used to slow down the curvature of the spine. However this method really only works in people who still have growing skeletons. Since you are 20 years old, your skeleton has likely stopped growing now for a few years, and the brace is very unlikely to do you much good. In fact, in most younger and middle aged adults with scoliosis, a brace may make the problem worse because it can lead to weakness in the muscles of the back.
In adults with scoliosis, treatment is usually directed at physical therapy and other exercise to strengthen the back muscles and improvement mobility. Unfortunately, these treatment will not result in change the curve of the spine or bringing the hips back to the same level. Surgery
is very rarely performed in adults with scoliosis unless the problem is very severe.
Again, I would recommend talking with an orthopedic doctor who can confirm the diagnosis for you and give you recommendations for any future therapy.