His primary scientific interests are in Surgery, Spondylolisthesis, Arthrodesis, Lumbar and Laminectomy. His Surgery study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Oswestry Disability Index. His study in Spondylolisthesis is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Neurogenic claudication and Kyphosis.
In his research on the topic of Arthrodesis, Corpectomy and Internal fixation is strongly related with Pseudarthrosis. His work on Lumbar vertebrae as part of general Lumbar research is frequently linked to Context, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Spinal fusion research includes themes of Cervical vertebrae and Incidence.
His primary areas of study are Surgery, Lumbar, Retrospective cohort study, Anterior cervical discectomy and fusion and Myelopathy. He combines Surgery and Context in his research. As a part of the same scientific study, Alan S. Hilibrand usually deals with the Lumbar, concentrating on Incidence and frequently concerns with Adjacent segment disease.
His study on Retrospective cohort study also encompasses disciplines like
Alan S. Hilibrand mainly focuses on Surgery, Retrospective cohort study, Lumbar, Visual analogue scale and Anterior cervical discectomy and fusion. His research in Surgery is mostly focused on Pseudarthrosis. His studies deal with areas such as Patient-reported outcome, Logistic regression, Quality of life and Univariate analysis as well as Retrospective cohort study.
His Lumbar research incorporates themes from Decompression and Body mass index, Internal medicine. Alan S. Hilibrand has researched Visual analogue scale in several fields, including Lordosis, Cohort study, Oswestry Disability Index and Degenerative disease. Alan S. Hilibrand interconnects Neck Disability Index, Neck pain, Spinal canal, Cervical spine injury and Physical therapy in the investigation of issues within Anterior cervical discectomy and fusion.
Alan S. Hilibrand mainly investigates Retrospective cohort study, Surgery, Visual analogue scale, Physical therapy and Anterior cervical discectomy and fusion. His work deals with themes such as Percutaneous diskectomy, Cohort study, Oswestry Disability Index and Intensive care medicine, which intersect with Retrospective cohort study. His work carried out in the field of Surgery brings together such families of science as Clinical trial and Myelopathy.
While the research belongs to areas of Visual analogue scale, he spends his time largely on the problem of Body mass index, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Incidence, Anxiety and Mental health. His Physical therapy study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cervical spine injury and Spinal canal. His Anterior cervical discectomy and fusion study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Pseudarthrosis and Neck pain.
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Radiculopathy and Myelopathy at Segments Adjacent to the Site of a Previous Anterior Cervical Arthrodesis
Alan S. Hilibrand;Gregory D. Carlson;Mark A. Palumbo;Mark A. Palumbo;Paul K. Jones.
Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, American Volume (1999)
Surgical vs Nonoperative Treatment for Lumbar Disk Herniation: The Spine Patient Outcomes Research Trial (SPORT): A Randomized Trial
James Neil Weinstein;Tor D. Tosteson;Jon D. Lurie;Anna N.A. Tosteson.
Surgical versus Nonsurgical Therapy for Lumbar Spinal Stenosis
James N Weinstein;Tor D Tosteson;Jon D Lurie;Anna N A Tosteson.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2008)
Donor site morbidity after anterior iliac crest bone harvest for single-level anterior cervical discectomy and fusion.
Jeff S. Silber;D. Greg Anderson;Scott D. Daffner;Brian T. Brislin.
Adjacent segment degeneration and adjacent segment disease: the consequences of spinal fusion?
Alan S. Hilibrand;Matthew Robbins.
The Spine Journal (2004)
Surgical versus Nonsurgical Treatment for Lumbar Degenerative Spondylolisthesis
James Neil Weinstein;Jon D. Lurie;Tor D. Tosteson;Brett Hanscom.
The New England Journal of Medicine (2007)
Surgical versus nonoperative treatment for lumbar spinal stenosis four-year results of the Spine Patient Outcomes Research Trial.
James Neil Weinstein;Tor D. Tosteson;Jon D. Lurie;Anna Tosteson.
Surgical Versus Nonoperative Treatment for Lumbar Disc Herniation
James Weinstein;Jon Lurie;Tor Tosteson;Anna Tosteson.
Pedicle screw constructs for spine fixation systems
Michael S. Butler;Jim A. Youssef;Alan S. Hilibrand.
Lumbar adjacent segment degeneration and disease after arthrodesis and total disc arthroplasty.
James S. Harrop;Jim A. Youssef;Mitch Maltenfort;Peggy Vorwald.
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