Structural scoliosis is the lateral deviation of the spine with vertebral rotation and rib deformity. This can result in asymmetrical loading of the spine and consequentially structural instabilities and secondary impairments. Treatment will depend on symptoms and functional impairments. Conservative methods are embraced internationally. The Schroth method is three dimensional approach utilizing sensorimotor and kinesthetic principles as well as rotational angular breathing to achieve an optimal alignment. The purpose of this case report is to describe the physical therapy intervention utilizing the Schroth method approach for the treatment of a patient diagnosed with scoliosis.