Learning about Spinal Compression Fractures

Dr. Brian Schiro, Interventional Radiologist with Miami Cardiac and Vascular Institute, says when a compression fracture occurs the bone squishes down on itself, because the bone is not able to support the weight of the body.

Dr. Adam Geronemus, Associate Director of the Fibroid Center at South Miami Hospital, explains any inflammation of the joints that stops the freedom of movement would cause pain with each movement.

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