Daniel Sciubba, MD, a spine neurosurgeon at Johns Hopkins Medicine, discusses a case of a patient with kyphosis who was in pain following two spine surgeries to address injuries from extreme sporting accidents. During a two-day surgery, Sciubba removed the old hardware and reconstructed the patient’s spine. One year after surgery, the patient is cycling, running, and has regained 1.5 inches in height.
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