Comparative Analysis Of The Prevalence And Characteristics of Cervical Malalignment In Adults Presenting With Thoracolumbar Spine Deformity

Published April 20, 2016

Here is a study where the authors looked at thoracic and cervical deformity, ie change of the sagittal alignment. I put this on here for a few reasons, 1) obviously we are not the only providers to look at the change in the sagittal alignment 2) surgery appears to be appropriate as a treatment method but for some reason insurance companies argue that we are treating too much if over 12 visits. 3)  The authors also mention that a change in the sagittal alignment leads to bad health problems.

This study also shows how spinal deformity when left untreated will . . .

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