Upper Cervical Instability. Ways to Identify it!

Published December 26, 2022

 

Hello Professionally Integrated,

AOMSI does NOT even come into the equation in this area of the spine. This is a paper that the authors looked at ways to identify upper cervical instability. The paper that I helped author explains a lot more in terms of what is normal stability through different ranges of motion. Most of the instability in the upper cervical spine cannot be seen on static images, or the likelihood of you missing it greatly goes up. These authors talk about the transverse ligament, tectorial membrane, anterior longitudinal ligament, and more. If you . . .

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