Though scoliosis is commonly considered a disorder that affects primarily adolescents, it is also one that can affect adults as well. Since scoliosis often does not cause pain until later in life it can go undetected until adulthood, when the pain occurs due to progression of the curve. Also scoliosis can start in adulthood which is known as adult onset scoliosis.
If you have a concern that you may have adult scoliosis here is an article that discusses the most common things to look for that may indicate if you have scoliosis.
If it appears that you may have a scoliosis then you may want to contact your doctor immediately to get a scoliosis X-ray of your spine to confirm the diagnosis.