Outstanding Paper Award for Surgical Science from the Spine Journal

Mobilize Center faculty Matthew Smuck and colleagues won the 2017 “Outstanding Paper: Surgical Science” at the North American Spine Association (NASS) 32nd Annual Meeting for their paper“Objective Measurement of Function following Lumbar Spinal Stenosis Decompression Reveals Improved Functional Capacity with Stagnant Real-Life Physical Activity” in The Spine Journal. Results showed improvements in self-reported function and objectively measured physical capacity 6 months post-surgery, but not in physical performance as measured by continuous activity monitoring. Read more.