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  Research Sites
The valid research for the future is on the inner side, on the spiritual side.

There are many places to research spine conditions on the Web. However, few are as deep yet broad in content as these two sites:

www.spineuniverse.com

www.spine-health.com

National Library of Medicine & PubMed offer an excellent and current library of articles:
www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?CMD=search&DB=pubmed

These sites are “Open Directory Projects” and are organized by volunteers, and offer a huge index of global sites, ranging from associations to journals to research organizations:

www.cbel.com/orthopedics

www.cbel.com/neurology/?order=alpha

Glossaries

There are many spinal glossaries on the Internet. This is one of the better ones:
www.spinesource.com/glossary.html

This glossary is focused primarily on scoliosis conditions:
www.srs.org/patients/glossary.asp



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