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  Title Resolution of low back pain in a 9 year old male with low back pain, tethered cord syndrome, spina bifida occulta and lumbarization of the S1 vertebra following chiropractic care: A case study and selective review of the literature [case report; review]
URL https://www.vertebralsubluxationresearch.com/2017/09/10/resolution-of-low-back-pain-in-a-9-year-old-male-with-low-back-pain-tethered-cord-syndrome-spina-bifida-occulta-and-lumbarization-of-the-s1-vertebra-following-chiropractic-care-a-case-study-selec/
Journal J Pediatr Matern & Fam Health - Chiropr. 2015 Fall;2015(4):Online acces only p 121-130
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Publication Type Case Report
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Objective: To describe the chiropractic care of a pediatric patient with low back pain and complicating conditions.

Clinical Features:  A 9-year-old male presented with dull, achy low back pain that occurred during practice and playing football. Examination revealed decreased range of motion and vertebral subluxations. Lumbar spine radiographic examination revealed 6 non-rib bearing segments due to absence of T12 ribs.  MRI examinations noted tethering of the spinal cord with an ill-defined conus medullaris that extended to the L4 vertebral level, a small syrinx cavity within the attenuated conus of the cord limited to the L2-3 and dysraphism of the dorsal arches of the L5 and S1 vertebra without evidence of lipomyelomeningocele.

Intervention and Outcome: The patient was cared for with Diversified spinal adjustments and adjunctive therapies over the course of twice per week for 3 weeks and then one visit per week for 6 weeks with recommended physical stretching and exercises to be continued daily at home. At one-year follow-up, the patient was able to play several high school sports without any complications.

Conclusion: This case report provides supporting evidence on the effectiveness of chiropractic care in children suffering from low back pain concomitant with spinal congenital anomalies.

Author Keywords: Vertebral subluxation, tethered cord syndrome, spina bifida, pediatric, low back pain, adjustment, spinal manipulation

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