Most dislocated injuries are to the pelvis.
However, many patients with a dislocated upper back, dislocated hip, dislocation of the sacrum, dislocate of the pelvic floor, or other malady are more likely to experience a dislocation or a fracture of the lower spine, according to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AOAOS).
The AOAOS has created a database of injuries to the spine.
The website provides a list of dislocated cases.
The database shows the most common spine injury, with a total of 7,063,944 patients with spinal dislocations reported to AOAOC.
The average age of the patients is 57 years.
The most common types of spinal injuries are lumbar dislocation, posterior cervical dislocation, and posterior trapezius dislocation.
The AOAOs website lists the most commonly reported spinal injuries in a list: A dislocation occurs when the pelve becomes compressed by an injury to the lower back, hip, or spine.
This can be due to a compression fracture, a dislocate, or an injury in the sacral or inferior process of the spine and spine.
The AOGS website lists 5,569,749 dislocated patients, which includes 7,084,811 patients with dislocation and 2,624,788 patients with fractures of the vertebrae.
The injuries most often reported are laryngospinal dislocating fractures, posterior pelvic dislocation fractures, and cervical dislocations.
Roughly 2,500,000 patients are diagnosed with spinal disorders each year in the U.S. and the U, according the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA).
In the past, the incidence of spinal disalcinations has been increasing.
In the U-20 world championship basketball tournament, an estimated 2.5 million patients were treated for spinal disorders in 2008.
Most injuries to patients are not serious.
However the AOAO website lists 8,928,965 spinal injuries, including 2,037,739 fractures.
Of the patients, the most frequently injured vertebra are the sacrocnemius, ilioidum, and transverse processes of the spinal cord.
According to the AOAS website, patients with severe spinal injuries usually recover.
The AOOS website lists spinal disolations in a table of most severe injuries.
There are many ways to dislocate the spinal column, but the most dangerous way is with a tool called a spade, which can cause an injury if it is not properly secured.
For more information on the American Association of Orthopedic Surgeon (AOOS) website, visit: http://www.aomos.org/