# 294 Patient Profiling Can Identify Adult Spinal Deformity (ASD) Patients at Risk for Conversion from Nonoperative to Surgical Treatment; Initial Steps to Reduce Ineffective ASD Management

General Session: Adult Spinal Deformity

Presented by: J. Moon - View Abstract

Author(s):

P. Passias(1), C. Jalai(1), B. Line(2), G. Poorman(1), J. Scheer(3), S. Horn(1), J. Moon(1), B. Beaubrun(1), J. Smith(4), C. Shaffrey(4), D. Burton(5), K.-M. Fu(6), E. Klineberg(7), R. Hart(8), F. Schwab(9), V. Lafage(9), S. Bess(10), International Spine Study Group

(1) NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases, Orthopaedic Surgery, New York, NY, United States
(2) Rocky Mountain Spine Clinic, Orthopaedic Surgery, Denver, CO, United States
(3) Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Neurological Surgery, Chicago, IL, United States
(4) University of Virginia Medical Center, Neurosurgery, Charlottesville, VA, United States
(5) University of Kansas School of Medicine, Orthopaedic Surgery, Kansas City, KS, United States
(6) Cornell University School of Medicine, Neurosurgery, New York, NY, United States
(7) University of California, Davis, Orthopaedic Surgery, Davis, CA, United States
(8) Oregon Health and Science University, Orthopaedic Surgery, Portland, OR, United States
(9) Hospital for Special Surgery, Spine Service, New York, NY, United States
(10) Denver International Spine Center, Denver, CO, United States