ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia Craniocervical Instability Surgery Effectiveness Poll

X-ray - instability

An X-ray of an neck being flexed back and forth to check for instability. (X-rays are not sufficient to test for this condition, however.)

This survey is an attempt to learn about  the effectiveness of craniocervical / atlantoxial instability surgery in people diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) and/or fibromyalgia (FM).

Find out more about these and other spinal issues in  ME/CFS and FM in Health RIsing’s ME/CFS and FM Spinal Issues Series

If you’ve been diagnosed with ME/CFS or FM and had CCI/AAI six months or more ago please take the survey.

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