Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Earlier this month, I had the privilege of presenting a talk at the Chiari and Syringomyelia Foundation regarding scoliosis other than the adolescent idiopathic variety. It was fun and liberating to talk about all the unusual causes of the disorder, something that I rarely get to do since the idiopathic variety accounts for 90% or so of scoliosis cases. Researching and considering the topic was also eye-opening, because it reminded me of the fact that complex causes of spinal curvature may not be as uncommon as we suppose and so-called Garden variety scoliosis may be far more complex than we imagine.
The talk is archived at this address: : http://csfinfo.org/videos/physician-lecture-videos/carolinas-chapter-physician-lectures/
Please enjoy, and as always, I welcome your comments.
Posted by NC Scoliosis