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Ankylosing Spondylitis

 TERMINOLOGY (SYNONYMS) Seronegative Spondyloarthropathy Reactive arthropathy Undifferentiated Spondyloarthropathy INTRODUCTION Ankylosing spondylitis (AS) is a form of spinal arthritis. It is a rheumatic disease that is associated with inflammation of the tendons and ligaments around the bones and joints of the spine. AS primarily affects the sacroiliac joi ...


TERMINOLOGY (SYNONYMS)Chronic adhesive arachnoiditisAdhesive arachnoiditisArachnoid ossificans (calcification)Post-inflammatory adhesionsPost-inflammatory clumping of nerve roots INTRODUCTION Arachnoiditis refers to inflammation of the arachnoid membranes which surround the spinal cord and the spinal nerve roots. It is often associated with the formation of adhes ...

Compression Fracture

TERMINOLOGYVertebral compression fracturesBurst fractureVertebral body collapse INTRODUCTION A compression fracture refers to the loss of bone integrity and the subsequent loss of vertical height of one or more spinal vertebrae. One of the most unstable types of compression fracture is the burst fracture. This usually occurs as the result of trauma. Compression fractures represent ...

Degenerative Disc Disease

TERMINOLOGYDegenerative Disc Disease (DDD)Disc DegenerationSpondylosisRostrocaudal Subluxation INTRODUCTION Degenerative disc disease (DDD) is characterized by biochemical and structural changes of the intervertebral disc which lead to altered appearance and physical properties of the disc. The cause is multifactorial and is associated with aging. A degenerative disc ma ...

Disc Bulge

TERMINOLOGY Annular Bulge INTRODUCTION A disc bulge is defined as generalized mild extension of the outer boundary of the intervertebral disc beyond the border of the adjacent bone. If there is not other evidence of disc abnormality is may be considered a normal variant. Disc volume and shape will adapt and change under different loading and positional states. ...

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David Durrant, DC, PhD Candidate, FACSP
Chicago Neuroscience Institute
Elgin, IL, 60123-4980
AASP Member
Fellow of the American College of Spine Physicians
Chiropractic Neurologist
George Dohrmann, MD, PhD, FACSP
University of Chicago Medical Center
Chicago, IL, 60637
AASP Member
Fellow of the American College of Spine Physicians
Mark Morningstar, DC, FACSP
Natural Wellness & Pain Relief Center
Grand Blanc, MI, 48439
AASP Member
Fellow of the American College of Spine Physicians
Chiropractic Physician
Douglas Taber, DC, FACSP
Binghamton, NY, 13903
AASP Member
Fellow of the American College of Spine Physicians
Chiropractic Physician
Scott Parson, DC, FACSP
AASP Member
Fellow of the American College of Spine Physicians
Chiropractic Physician
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SpineForce The SpineForce was created as a tool for the Chiropractor as a high tech platform for the active phase of rehabilitation for the whole spine and kinematic muscle chains.


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American Academy of Orthopedic SurgeonsServing our profession to provide the highest quality musculoskeletal care.
(847) 823-7186
American Academy of Spine PhysiciansThe mission of the American Academy of Spine Physicians (AASP) is to promote excellence in spinecare through education, innovation and collaboration.
(847) 697-4660
American Association of Neurological SurgeonsThe AANS promotes the highest quality of patient care and advances the specialty of neurological surgery.
Rolling Meadows, Illinois
American Chiropractic AssociationTo inspire and empower our members to elevate the health and wellness of their communities.
American Society of Spine Radiology
( 630) 574-0220 ext. 226
Oak Brook,Illinois

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