Who should I see for scoliosis? Chiropractor? Physical therapist? Orthopedic specialist?

Structural problem. Most scoliosis problems that I have seen originate from three load bearing areas. The TMJ can cause postural avoidance of pain/airway going down the body, the hips both ascending/descending issues, and feet problems ascending up the body. Everything is connected. You could have a single problem or several overlapping. You may need to see several specialist to get diagnosis and treatment.
Start with ortho. I would first have an evaluation by a spine orthopedist to figure out the extent of the problem and determine if further treatment in necessary.

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I was diagnosed with a 32 degree curve of my bck due to scoliosis after being to an orthopedist and a physical therapist with no results what would be a suggested course of action from here?

Need to be seen. Im not sure what youve done and haven't had results its hard to know exactly what you need without your age and degree of skeletal maturity. With the curve you have, you might need a brace or if youve finished growth just observation. The only way to actually correct the curve would be a surgical correction which you don't need based on your description. Read more...
Maybe observation. If you are finished growing, a curve of your size is very unlikely to progress unless it is in the lower back & after menopause, you develop osteoporosis or osteopenia, it may progress &/or lead to more accelerated degenerative changes. Otherwise, no surgery is indicated & you should exercise regularly, eat well & not become obese & never smoke. If you have children, make sure they are checked. Read more...
Scoliosis. 32 degree scoliosis is unlikely to progress into adulthood, provided it is idiopathic. Treatment is un necessary but should be followed every 5 years or so. Read more...