Trulli

Aaron Filler, MD, PhD
FRCS (SN)

Trulli Trulli

Oxford University
Press On-Line

About the Book
Illustrations
Table of Contents
Glossary
Index
Search this site
[ivory-search id="2053" title="Default Search Form"]
Spine Links
Search: National Library of Medicine
Buy from Amazon.com
Find a Doctor at SpineUniverse.com
Sponsored Links
Center for Advanced Spinal Neurosurgery - visit Neurography Institute - vist
Uncategorized

Subluxation: Cervical Vertebral Slippage

Disks, Spurs, Stenosis: Slippage, and Osteoporosis


Chapter 6

Subluxation: Cervical Vertebral Slippage

06-6-Sublux-C-spine

The C5 vertebral body has slipped forward relative to the C6 vertebra. In the neck, a slippage – or subluxation – is often dynamic. It disappears or reduces when the neck is extended backward.

Related Post:  The Economist

Share this post

About the author

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Site Map
Disclaimer
Privacy Policy
About Dr. Filler Back Pain Guide Home Illustrations List Oxford University Press Table of Contents
Amazon Privacy Information