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Worsening Leg Weakness and a Negative Lumbar MRI
2018 HIGHLY VIEWED CASE

Worsening Leg Weakness and a Negative Lumbar MRI

By Terrence L. Piper, MD, and Christopher R. Hemmer, DNP, ANP
A 52-year-old male presents for a second opinion. He has no back pain but has acute pain, numbness and tingling sensations in both legs. Case discussion by Steven R. Garfin, MD.
 
ACOs Not Linked to Improved Lumbar Spine Surgery Outcomes
OUTSTANDING PAPER AWARD

ACOs Not Linked to Improved Lumbar Spine Surgery Outcomes

With Andrew J. Schoenfeld, MD, MSc
This retrospective review of CMS data revealed knowledge gaps on the impact of ACOs on post-operative outcomes.
 
Early Physical Therapy For Musculoskeletal Pain Reduces Likelihood of Opioid Use
PT IMPACTS OPIOID USE

Early Physical Therapy For Musculoskeletal Pain Reduces Likelihood of Opioid Use

With Eric Sun, MD, PhD, and Steven Z. George, PT, PhD
This study was designed in response to current concerns regarding opioid overuse and the push from the CDC as well as other groups to use nonpharmacologic pain management whenever possible for chronic noncancer pain.
 
Top 100 Most Frequently Cited Articles in Spine
TOP CITED SPINE ARTICLES

Top 100 Most Frequently Cited Articles in Spine

With Michael G. Fehlings, MD, PhD, FRCSC, FACS
Snapshot of the top 100 most frequently cited articles related to spine over the last 20 years and highlights the most common areas of concentration as well as gaps in the literature.
 
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