While opioids are a go-to strategy for pain management after spine or orthopedic surgery, there is an opioid-reducing strategy that has been employed successfully.   
A new study published in the Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine examines the most common misconceptions patients have about spine surgery.
George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, GW Hospital and The GW Medical Faculty Associates appointed Raj Rao, MD, department of orthopedic surgery chair.
FirstHealth Neurosurgery is using a new device for two-level cervical disc replacement surgery, according to a Your Daily Journal report.
Here are 10 spine surgeons who were featured in the news this week.
How can spine researchers improve their meta-analyses?
David Siambanes, MD, was featured in a WMAZ 13 report discussing a unique spine surgery he performed on a young patient to remove a tumor from his spine.
A new report in Uncover California examines a study conducted at Kaiser Permanente San Jose Medical Center comparing the oral steroid prednisone to a placebo for patients with sciatica.
Here are seven things for spinal surgeons to know for May 21, 2015.
Deion Sanders, Bill Walton and Billy Beane will give keynote addresses at the 13th Annual Spine, Orthopedic and Pain Management-Driven ASC Conference + The Future of Spine, held in Chicago on June 11 to 13.
Spine surgeon and Lumin Health Founder Douglas Won, MD, awarded a scholarship for academic achievement to a local high school student.
Scott Nelson, MD, an orthopedic spine surgeon at Loma Linda University Medical Center, was recently providing medical care to the earthquake victims in Nepal when aftershocks rocked his operating room, according to a report from The Sun.
The first patient was treated with an anatomically-adapted three-dimensional printed titanium fusion implant.
The Spine Journal published a study examining the non-medical factors for spine trauma patient transfer at Level III and Level IV trauma centers.
The bone morphogenetic protein market shows sluggish growth in some areas, according to a Research and Markets report.

16. 5 publications honor Dr. Michael Gleiber

Written by Laura Dyrda | Monday, 18 May 2015 00:00
Florida-based spine surgeon Michael Gleiber, MD, was recently featured in five magazines in South Florida and listed among Castle Connolly Top Doctors for this year.
A new study published in Spine examines the best practices for measuring patient outcomes for spinal stenosis.
How does a high-energy spine surgeon start the day?
Minimally invasive surgery is sweeping the spine field. It allows surgeons to perform less morbid procedures with less pain and faster recovery for the patients. Infection rates are also lower with less invasive procedures. Surgeons are using a variety of methods to access the spine in the least disruptive way possible.
A new study published in the Journal of Spinal Disorder & Techniques examined the effectiveness of MRI in identifying issues for spinal trauma patients.
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