Center of pressure (CoP) progression during level walking in subjects with Adolescents Idiopathic Scoliosis (AIS) was measured. Participants were divided into three groups according to scoliosis severity. CoP progression among groups was compared quantitatively and qualitatively. The results showed that scoliosis severity affects CoP progression significantly in the hind-foot and forefoot areas. This result indicated that spine alignment might affect the control of heel, ankle and toe rockers in the ankle-foot complex. The effects of scoliosis severity is mainly on the CoP of right foot plantar surface, indicating asymmetrical influence of IS on bilateral lower limb coordination during walking. These results might contribute to musculoskeletal complains over the apparatus within trunk-foot in the later lives of this population.