My 11 year old very active son was diagnosed with occipital vertebra anomoly. The Dr says there is some movement with flexion. This was an incidental finding. He has NO symptoms. Ther is no impingement to the spinal cord. One Dr. insists that we do a c1 c2 fusion. HELP Does ANYONE have ANY experience with this? We do not want to limit his activity if do not have to. Can someone please help us to make sense of this information.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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