Tom Holliday was stunned when he found out he needed a spinal fusion. He’d never taken his previous back tweaks too seriously, and he’d always been active and athletic.
But sudden and severe back pain that wouldn’t go away led him to consult a neurologist, who diagnosed him with a spondylolisthesis and a slipped disc in his spine, for which he’d need surgery. Tom’s surprise prompted him to get a second opinion, which led him to Dr. Paul McCormick of The Spine Hospital at the Neurological Institute of New York.
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