Journal of Spinal Disorders & Techniques

Journal of Spinal Disorders & Techniques

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The surgical complement to the highly respected journal Spine, the Journal of Spinal Disorders & Techniques is the definitive source for coverage of the full range of clinical and research issues related to disorders of the spine and of the spinal cord. More clinicians and researchers in the field are turning to the Journal of Spinal Disorders & Techniques for the complete and authoritative picture of major developments in the field. Featured are original, peer-reviewed articles on diagnosis, management, and clinically important laboratory investigations. A "Rapid Publication Policy" guarantees that articles of particular timeliness and relevance are published expeditiously. A "Clinical Opinions" section invites eminent physicians and surgeons to write concise opinions on a controversial patient management problem. Cover-to-cover illustrations enhance and complement the text.

An individual subscription includes 8 print issues, full-text online access to all current and back issues, as well access to Journal of Spinal Disorders and Techniques for the iPad! ®.
Visit the journal online at jspinaldisorders.com

Individual and In-Training subscribers receive fully searchable online access to articles from Volume 1 to the present—now available on a powerful new website! This best-in-class website platform uses Web 2.0 functionality to provide an enhanced online experience through such features as: saved searches, personal article collections, easy image downloads to PowerPoint, and more.


--Peer reviewed articles on diagnosis, management and clinically important lab investigations
--Rapid Publication Policy ensures timeliness and relevance
--"Clinical Opinions" section for controversial patient management concerns
--Richly illustrated with drawings, x-rays, and photographs
Thomas A. Zdeblick MD
Professor and Chairman, Department of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI


ISBN/ISSN: 1536-0652
Publication Frequency: Published 8 times per year
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