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  • Adults can develop scoliosis too

    Maybe you remember being screened for scoliosis in school. Or your own child has been treated to straighten a curving spine. But scoliosis is not restricted to children and adolescents; adults can develop scoliosis too.

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  • Kyphoscoliosis: What to know

    Kyphoscoliosis is an abnormal curvature of the spine in both the lateral — scoliosis — and forward — kyphosis — directions. It results in a complex three-dimensional shape, leading to a noticeable rounding or hunching of the back.

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  • Is walking good for sciatica? What to know

    Some people may find that walking helps relieve sciatica pain. However, it is important to have a good walking technique to reduce the risk of worsening pain.

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  • Can pain get worse after a medial branch block?

    It is not common for pain to get worse after a medial branch block (MBB). However, this could happen if there are complications during the procedure that result in nerve damage.

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  • Surgical Stabilization Beneficial for Odontoid Fractures

    For patients with odontoid fractures, surgical stabilization is associated with a reduced rate of nonunion and mortality at 30 days and one year, according to a study published online June 12 in Neurosurgery.

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