I'm not a doctor and I don't know a lot about scoliosis.
In my half educated opinion I would NOT squat anymore if I were you, or load the spine at all (squats, deads, OHP).
Because you have a abnormal curve in your spine, when you squat (loading the spine) you are putting uneven loads on your discs. Because of this uneven loading of each disc you are more prone to herniation, and a lateral (side) herniation is very painful because of the nerves it pinches.
I do have a degree in Kinesiology and have worked in the physical therapy field. I believe your spinal surgeon will probably tell you something similar.
But in the end it's your life and you can ultimately decide whether or not you will continue to squat.
All the best