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A 55 year old male presented with Progressive Adult Idiopathic Scoliosis. While he was preparing for surgery, he lifted a heavy item, and had neck pain and pain going down his arm. The patient was found to have myeloradiculopathy and spinal cord effacement and required an Anterior Cervical Fusion prior to scoliosis surgery. The following year he had a posterior spinal fusion for Scoliosis.