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n;Clinical Study: Effects of patients'
functional status on satisfaction with
outcomes 12 months after elective spine
surgery for lumbar degenerative disease
n;Clinical Study: Effect of one- or two-level
posterior lumbar interbody fusion on
global sagittal balance
n;Clinical Study: Three-dimensional
translations following posterior
three-column spinal osteotomies
for the correction of severe and stiff
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Working Toward New
Quantitative Metrics of
Injury Following an MVC
Case Study & Review
of Pain Patterns and
Annual Meeting Recap
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Anthem Coverage Update
2018 Medicare Physician
to NASS Milestone
§ Thank You to 2017
Lumbosacral Transitional Anatomy
Implications of Pain Patterns & Treatment Considerations