Spinal Kyphosis Causes Demyelination and Neuronal Loss in the Spinal Cord

Published October 2, 2015

Here is a study that they caused kyphosis in animals. What the authors observed was 1) the kyphosis gets worse and 2) it causes demyliniation of the spinal cord. So, if you have a patient that was in a crash and you can show a kyphotic neck, you can explain why this pathology, especially if left untreated will cause health problems. This will also validate why this patient may need more that 12 visits and how this is not what most insurance companies think happen in a car crash, "sprain/strain".  Look what the authors say  so you can add . . .

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