Correction: An earlier version of this article misspelled the name of a surgeon.
(Photo: YouTube)TEMPE, Ariz.
— It’s not the first time a surgeon has gotten into a battle with the media over a particular topic.
In the past, surgeons have defended their efforts to correct the spine of patients with multiple sclerosis.
But now, the topic of spinal correction is getting more and more attention, as more people with the condition are diagnosed.
There are currently 1.5 million Americans with MS, according to the American Society of Neurology.
Nearly 1 million are in Arizona.
“We see people come in, the disease is progressing, the pain is increasing, and the disability has gotten worse, so we try to get the patients into an MRI and then we try and get the MRI corrected,” Dr. Robert Cipriano, a neurologist at the University of Arizona, told ABC News.
“So it’s not just an issue of getting a little bit of pain relief.”
The MRI that Ciprianso performs, which is used for diagnosing MS, can cost more than $100,000, and patients can pay the full cost.
If they don’t, it’s possible that they could end up in a hospital.
But the MRI costs only about $5,000 for Ciprians’ specialty, which he calls “surgical stabilization,” which he says can help improve the quality of life for the patient.
“Surgical stabilization is basically what’s called a technique that involves stabilizing the spine in a way that prevents the pain from spreading throughout the spine, so you don’t get any further injuries,” Cipria told ABC.
“You get the stabilization of the spine.”
If the patient has multiple sclerosis, the first thing he or she will need is a spinal manipulation, or a spine correction, a surgical procedure that involves inserting a scalpel under the patient’s neck to help correct the position of the spinal column.
But it can also be a way for a person to get some relief from pain, or help the patient regain some function that they had lost, according a U.S. News and World Report article.
The most common spines that are corrected in a spinal correction procedure include:Bones of the neckThe spine that connects the shoulder blades to the neck is called the humerus.
The vertebrae that surround the humersus are called the pubis.
The pubis is the part of the vertebra that connects to the sacrum.
The pubis also has nerves that extend down to the back of the head.
There are nerves on the side of the back called the lumbar and sacral nerves.
These nerves connect the lower spine to the pubic bone.
The back of your head is called your cervical spine.
The ribs are the bones of the lower back.
The cervical vertebra is the spine that sits at the base of your neck.
There is a small, white ridge called the inferior iliac crest.
It connects the pubes of the humeri to the vertebral column.
The superior iliacs are the two most powerful muscles in the spine.
The lumbosacral bone is located above the lats and is a bone that connects with the pubos of the pubia.
It is the main muscle in the lumbo-sacral region.
The lumbofemoral joint connects the latus to the luteus.
The tricep is a long, straight tendon that connects two of the main muscles of the upper back.
This tendon is called flexor digitorum longus.
This is the area between the shoulder and the back.
This tendon has four muscles: two muscles that curl each other when they meet, called the adductor digits, and two muscles on each side that fold and curl, called adductors.
This fold is called a iliotibial band.
There’s a third type of muscle called the iliopsoas.
This muscle connects to your pubic symphysis, which extends from your back.
It attaches to the ilium, the bone that surrounds your bladder.
The iliostegion is a stretch of tissue that attaches to your iliacus, which connects to a bone called the ilia.
The bony structure of the sacroiliac joint is called sacro-iliac ligament.
This ligament is a thick, tough, fibrous structure that connects between the sacrailiac joints and the lamina propria.
The sacroic spine is the most commonly injured part of a person’s spine, with about one in five people suffering from spondyloarthritis.
But that doesn’t mean that people who have spondyslopes can’t benefit from a spinal adjustment.
“We do see some patients who are