Tag: cervical radiculopathy

Posterior surgery non-inferior to anterior surgery for cervical foraminal radiculopathy patients,...

Posterior cervical foraminotomy is non-inferior to anterior cervical discectomy with fusion for patients with cervical radiculopathy in relation to procedural success rate and reduction...

Type of cervical disc herniation on MRI does not correlate with...

In patients with cervical radiculopathy, the type and extent of disc herniation measured on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) prior to surgery correlated neither to...

EUROSPINE 2022: Short course of physiotherapy increases likelihood of self-perceived improvement...

Whilst primary carer advice on natural history and activity is adequate for those with recent onset painful cervical radiculopathy, attending a short course of...

New study highlights key factors affecting return to work after surgery...

Return to work (RTW) after surgery for cervical radiculopathy occurs primarily during the first year and the strongest predictor of RTW is fewer sick...

Arthroplasty and fusion offer similar results out to five years for...

Arthroplasty and fusion are comparable treatment options for cervical radiculopathy and have similar long-term efficacy, findings from a randomised controlled trial (RCT) have shown.   The data, which were...

State-of-the-art orthopaedic technique may help to identify which cervical radiculopathy patients...

  New research using unbiased serum proteomics, a state-of-the-art technique in orthopaedics, aims to predict which cervical radiculopathy patients will fail conservative treatment and consequently...