Medical Must-See: Is this COVID-19's first spinal sequela? It’s a headturner

SARS-CoV-2 is a pain in the neck, and now it may have triggered this atlantoaxial subluxation

COVID-19 has invaded every other aspect of our lives, so why should the musculoskeletal system be any different?

In the American Journal of Case Reports, the first-ever orthopaedic complication associated with SARS-CoV-2 infection has been documented in an elderly man.

The 86-year-old patient presented with severe right-sided neck pain and decreased range of motion over the previous six months, starting just after a mild case of COVID-19.

He had no history of trauma, pre-existing bone disease,