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Permanent Restrictions After Spinal Fusion Surgery [RISKS] Permanent Restrictions After Spinal Fusion Surgery [RISKS]

Surgeries often come with risks. Spinal Fusion Surgery is one of those risky surgeries and often comes with restrictions to the patient’s range of motion and overall health.

Spinal Fusion Surgery Recovery Time & Risks [OTHER OPTIONS] Spinal Fusion Surgery Recovery Time & Risks [OTHER OPTIONS]

Spinal Fusion as a treatment for scoliosis has many risks, it is invasive and has a lengthy recovery period. There are also several known side effects associated with it.

Scoliometer: Scoliosis Measurement Tool & Diagnosis Options Scoliometer: Scoliosis Measurement Tool & Diagnosis Options

There are many tools used to diagnose scoliosis. The scoliometer, for example, measures the rotation angle in scoliosis when aiding the Adam’s Forward Bending Test.

Kyphosis Back Brace: Stability & Treatment for Kyphosis Kyphosis Back Brace: Stability & Treatment for Kyphosis

Bracing is a usual practice in the treatment of kyphosis and scoliosis. It helps correct the curve and maintain any reduction accomplished with other parts of the treatment.

What Is Multilevel Spondylosis? Exploring Cervical & Lumbar What Is Multilevel Spondylosis? Exploring Cervical & Lumbar

When thinking of the umbrella of spinal conditions that cause pain that involve spinal degeneration on multiple segments of the spine, this is a multilevel spondylosis.

Dowager's Hump: What Is It, Symptoms, Diagnosis, & Treatment Dowager's Hump: What Is It, Symptoms, Diagnosis, & Treatment

When an excessive kyphosis develops, commonly known as roundback, that is when patients’ are at risk of a Dowager’s hump to appear.

Kyphoscoliosis: What Is It, Symptoms, Diagnosis, & Treatment Kyphoscoliosis: What Is It, Symptoms, Diagnosis, & Treatment

We often find spinal condition combinations; kyphoscoliosis is one of those conditions. It combines the unnatural sideways curve of the spine with an excessive outward curve.

Kyphosis vs Lordosis: What Are The Differences Between Them? Kyphosis vs Lordosis: What Are The Differences Between Them?

Multiple conditions impact the spine and its correct posture. Kyphosis and lordosis are two commonly known conditions that affect the healthy curves of the spine.

Cervical Radiculopathy: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments Cervical Radiculopathy: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments

When the cervical spine is compressed, nerve roots become affected, causing pain and impacting the neurological function of the spine. This is known as cervical radiculopathy.

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