Presented by Daniel M.
Presented by Daniel M. Sciubba, MD, FAANS
Published as a resource for neurosurgeons by the Neurosurgery Research and Education Foundation (NREF) and the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS).
Recorded at the AANS/NREF Spinal Deformity Course for Residents.
Good video. Thank you. There is a natural way to redress curves of extreme magnitude. It requires vigilance and discipline and is not beyond the scope of human endeavour, especially with the use of screens. Search Habit Driven Appearance to see what is possible.
I'm a 10 year old kid, I'm currently using my dads acc rn, but... I have sheurmmans rn, and all my favorite hobbies include physical movement, like dancing, sports, etc. i have plans for my life, being a doctor is my dream job, but now i feel hopeless but i thank my mom for comforting me when i feel like the world is turning down on me, but all i want all the people who are the same as me to be hopeful, prayerful, and especially careful.
Be safe everyone, I hope we pray for one another for fast recoveries, stay strong?
I have sheurmanns kyphosis it’s 106 degrees waiting to hear what my treatment options are have pain in top of spine near the neck and constant stabbing in lower back that runs down my legs
the cause of my depression woooo
Great explanation ! Thank you !