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Spine Centre of the University of Southern Denmark


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University of Southern Denmark


Leading Researcher In the Diagnosis and Treatment


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CPD - Mr Peter Hamlyn and Dr Hanne Albert, NeuroSurgeon & Senior Researcher

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Mr Peter Hamlyn and Dr Hanne Albert | Mr Peter Hamlyn and Dr Hanne Albert | Mr Peter Hamlyn and Dr Hanne Albert, Mr Peter Hamlyn and Dr Hanne Albert | Mr Peter Hamlyn and Dr Hanne Albert | Mr Peter Hamlyn and Dr Hanne Albert, Mr Peter Hamlyn and Dr Hanne Albert Dr Hanne Albert, PT MPH PhD is the leading researcher in the diagnosis and treatment of Modic changes - anywhere. Currently on her way to St Bartholomew's Hospital in London to take up a leading research position she has been an Associate Professor at the Spine Centre of the University of Southern Denmark for many years. Dr Hanne Albert Leading Researcher


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CPD - Dr Hanne Albert, Leading Researcher Dr Hanne Albert Speaker Information Speaker Dr Hanne Albert Dr Hanne Albert, PT MPH PhD is the leading researcher in the diagnosis and treatment of Modic changes - anywhere. Currently on her way to St Bartholomew's Hospital in London to take up a leading research position she has been an Associate Professor at the Spine Centre of the University of Southern Denmark for many years. Courses by Dr Hanne Albert Mr Peter Hamlyn and Dr Hanne Albert


CPD - Modic Changes - An Introduction To This New Disease

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Mr Peter Hamlyn and Dr Hanne Albert
Find out what is behind the buzz from the leading researcher Dr Hanne Albert from the University of Southern Denmark and Consultant Neurospinal Surgeon, Mr Peter Hamlyn. Mr Peter Hamlyn and Dr Hanne Albert, Dr Hanne Albert, PT MPH PhD is the leading researcher in the diagnosis and treatment of Modic changes - anywhere. Currently on her way to St Bartholomew's Hospital in London to take up a leading research position she has been an Associate Professor at the Spine Centre of the University of Southern Denmark for many years.


Miracle Back Pain Cure - HeartBeatUK

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A team lead by Dr. Hanne Albert at the University of Southern Denmark have spent ten years researching the causes of back pain and discovered that a pathogen that can be traced by MRI scans was responsible for a large amount of chronic lower back pain.


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?[The results were] very surprising to us ? what is happening at the 14th month is almost a threefold increase in Type 1 changes, a slight increase in the Type 2 and a slight increase in the Type 3 changes,? said Hanne Albert, PhD, PT, MPH, of the University of Southern Denmark, who presented the results at the 2005 Annual Congress of the Spine Society of Europe (EuroSpine 2005).
?If you have Modic changes on the MRI, the risk of having lumbar pain was more than sixfold, an odds ratio (OR) of 6.1,? she said. To determine the relationship between a previous herniation and Modic changes on MRI, Albert and her colleague, Claus Manniche, MD, used a classification from the American Society of Radiologists, separating disc herniations into types. ?Of the patients who had normal discs, not one single person developed Modic changes,? Albert said. During the 14-month follow-up, Albert and Manniche also tested pain at forward and backward bending and conducted the springing tests, concluding that these may be clinical tests to detect Modic changes.


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