Parameters of Spino-Pelvic Balance, Etiology and Pathogenesis of Disturbed Spino-Pelvic Balance
These cases will focus on the way to analyze and understand disturbed spino-pelvic balance in adults for clinical practice.
After describing the main parameters for sagittal balance assessment, we will describe in details 3 clinical situations: balanced, compensated and imbalanced.
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