Here is a FREE paper and video I breakdown so you can have this information for yourselves and to further educate your patients, as well as document this in your notes. This paper suggests that instability is about 2 mm in the cervical spine, which is less than 3.5 mm that has been used for a very long time. However, these authors also suggest that INSTABILITY and a LOSS OF THE CERVICAL curve will cause trapezoidal deformation of the vertebral bodies. This whole website is dedicated to teaching you how to be a better doctor by keeping us informed . . .
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