Spinal Fusions Ineffective for Fracture Pain, Says ASBMR

Vertebroplasty does not work to relieve pain from a spinal fracture caused by osteoporosis, concludes a new review. Rather, time is a great healer and patients should receive osteoporosis medications.
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