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Postoperative Rehabilitation Following Posterior Lumbar Fusion at L4-L5 with Radiculopathy: A Retrospective Case Report

Author/ Authors/ Presenter/ Presenters/ Panelists:

Atra Warda, Governors State UniversityFollow

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Abstract

Radiculopathy post lumbar fusion is a prevalent diagnosis that is treated by physical therapists. The range of symptoms produced by the pinched nerve root within the spinal column can impair tolerance of tasks related to daily and occupational activities. Therefore, the purpose of this retrospective case report is to determine the impact of physical therapy on improving functional activity tolerance and participation in a 38-year-old patient status post L4-L5 posterior lumbar fusion with radiculopathy.

Presenter:
Atra Warda
Physical Therapy Doctoral Student

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Dr. Mary Jones
Assistant Professor, College of Health and Human Services

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Postoperative Rehabilitation Following Posterior Lumbar Fusion at L4-L5 with Radiculopathy: A Retrospective Case Report

Virtual Poster Session

Radiculopathy post lumbar fusion is a prevalent diagnosis that is treated by physical therapists. The range of symptoms produced by the pinched nerve root within the spinal column can impair tolerance of tasks related to daily and occupational activities. Therefore, the purpose of this retrospective case report is to determine the impact of physical therapy on improving functional activity tolerance and participation in a 38-year-old patient status post L4-L5 posterior lumbar fusion with radiculopathy.

Presenter:
Atra Warda
Physical Therapy Doctoral Student