Investigation of axial symptoms after cervical laminoplasty, using questionnaire survey
While the results of this study should come as no surprise, it is rather unusual for a group of orthopedic surgeons to denounce a particular surgical approach. I can honestly say that it is rare for anyone in my office to end up going through surgery if they stick out a treatment plan. But, I’m pretty strong on the fact that soft tissue work HAS to be a component of a solid musculoskeletal treatment. Couple this with some good ole’ fashioned adjusting, and most patients can avoid surgery.