Published: 19/01/2023 Tags: Medical & Scientific News

Non-surgical assessment and management of upper cervical instability (UCI)

We are aware of the challenges globally around finding expert help for upper cervical instability (UCI) – which includes craniocervical and atlantoaxial instability. A new paper has been published this week by clinicians aiming to help better support people with hypermobility and UCI complications. An international group collaborated to produce clinical recommendations for the assessment and non-surgical management of UCI, and The Ehlers-Danlos Society has funded its Open Access to enable clinicians around the world to view this for free.

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