Showing Case Studies for: Adult (40-59yrs)

Adult Scoliosis: Progressive Lower Extremity Radicular Pain

Presented by: C. Shaffrey MD

The patient is a 44-year-old female diagnosed with adjacent segment degeneration after prior Harrington rod treatment.

Progressive Lumbar Deformity in a 57-year-old Female

Presented by: K. Bridwell MD

The patient was referred by a spine surgeon for a definitive reconstructive procedure to treat her progressive lumbar deformity.

Pseudofusion Dilemma

Presented by: J. Highsmith MD

Patient History A 53-year-old, nonsmoking woman came to the clinic with increasing back and right leg pain despite undergoing an L4-S1 Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion (TLIF) and lateral mass fusion with Bone Morphogenetic Protein (BMP) just 8 months prior. She initially had surgery for sever

Cervical Degenerative Changes with Segmental Kyphosis

Presented by: M. Weinstein MD

The 44-year-old's cervical radiographs indicate degenerative changes and loss of disc space with segmental kyphosis.

Novel Treatment of Neck and Arm Pain

Presented by: C. Kim MD, PhD

The patient, a 59-year-old female, presents with neck and arm pain that was not effectively relieved by interlaminar epidural steroid injections and physical therapy.

Severe Progressive Adult Idiopathic Scoliosis

Presented by: B. Lonner MD

The patient is a 54-year-old female diagnosed with idiopathic scoliosis as an adolescent. Twenty years earlier, despite the presence of a significant progressive spinal deformity, she was told that she was not a surgical candidate because of her age.

Minimally Invasive TLIF for the Treatment of Radiculopathy

Presented by: J. Mobasser MD

The patient is a 40-year-old male with a 2 year history of right L5 radiculopathy and mild low back pain. Recently, his symptoms have become progressive. He has seen two other surgeons for these issues.

Lumbar Spinal Stenosis with Spondylolisthesis

Presented by: A. Shamie MD

A 59-year-old female presented with history of chronic bilateral lower extremity radicular pain. The patient reported difficulty walking and inability to exercise due to severe thigh and calf pain after about 5 minutes of exertion. She described the pain as 10 out of 10 and her pain was relieved upon bending forward.

TLIF with Unilateral Pedicle Screws and Aspen™ Spinous Process Fixation System

Presented by: M. Shah MD

The patient is a 59-year-old female who is an avid golfer. She complains of low back pain and right buttock pain that radiates into the lateral aspect of her shin.

Degenerative Disc Disease and Spondylolisthesis with Progressive Back and Leg Pain

Unresponsive to conservative treatment
Presented by: D. Rouben MD

The patient is a 55-year-old male who works as a heavy equipment operator. He is 5'-11" tall and weighs 250 pounds. His symptoms, listed below, have worsened and continue to worsen in the last 12 months.

Lower Lumbar Pain with Frequent 10/10 Leg Pain

Presented by: M. Cowan MD

The patient is a 55-year-old female with a 5-year history of severe low back pain. During the last 3 years her pain is worse. She describes her lower lumbar pain as constant and refractory to all treatments.

Cervical and Bilateral Arm Pain

Presented by: R. Davis MD
The patient presents with a 2-year history of neck and bilateral arm pain, right greater than left.

Adult Scoliosis with a Broken Rod and Progressive Kyphosis

SpineAssist® Robotic Guidance System Precisely Solves Surgical Challenge
Presented by: I. Lieberman MD, MBA, FRCSC
The patient is a 59-year-old female who presents with mechanical back pain, radiating buttock and leg pain, and progressive spinal deformity. She has trouble lifting and carrying things, and during recreational activities. Her symptoms have persisted since a slip injury a few months ago.

Lumbar Spine’s Role in Chronic Hip Pain Case

When evaluating a patient with hip pain, do not overlook the lumbar spine. In this case, the patient had no low back pain, but the spine was the trigger of pain and symptoms.
Presented by: K. Tiltmann DC
When evaluating a patient with hip pain, do not overlook the lumbar spine. This patient had no low back pain, but the spine was the trigger of pain and symptoms.

Severe Sciatica with Lumbar Spinal Stenosis and Cyst

Presented by: J. Aferzon MS, MD
The patient is a 57-year-old male who presented with long-standing bilateral claudication and more recent severe, left-side sciatica. He has some back pain, but the leg pain is much worse.
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