1. 10 spine, neurosurgeon moves in June 2015

Written by Laura Dyrda | Monday, 06 July 2015 00:00
Here are 10 spine and neurosurgeons joining new practices last month.

2. Advanced Pain Management expands team — 4 notes

Written by Mary Rechtoris | Thursday, 02 July 2015 00:00
Advanced Pain Management located in Greenfield, Wis., hired several new employees, according to BizTimes.com.
Here are eight spine surgeons and neurosurgeons in the headlines this week.
Jacob Rosenstein, MD, a neurosurgeon based in Arlington, Texas, is the host of a new television show focused on healthy living.
Steven Schiebert, MD, DO, joined New Jersey Spine & Orthopedic in Millburn.
A new study published in the Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine examines whether the months when trainees first begin working with patients has a higher infection rate for spinal surgery.
Trident Bands appointed Neilank Jha, MD, as special advisor to its Brain Armor subsidiary, according to Stockhouse.
A new study from Johns Hopkins examines whether outcomes are different when physicians-in-training are working on the case. The study was published in the Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine and Newswise reported on the findings.
A new study published in The Spine Journal examines whether provocative discography causes clinically-important injury for lumbar intervertebral discs.
The North American Spine Society released evidence-based guidelines for diagnosing and treating adult isthmic spondylolisthesis.
Population health is the newest buzz word among healthcare professionals. In its broadest terms, population health can be defined as an approach to healthcare that improves an entire population; in spine health, that population is often people with chronic back pain.
Spine surgeon John A. Mitamura, MD, joined Healthpointe and will practice in the Southern California locations.
A retrospective study published in Spine examines the 30-day readmission rate and associated factors for patients who underwent instrumented spine surgery.
Here are 10 spine surgeons and neurosurgeons in the news this past week.
The likelihood of injured workers getting back surgery depends on the area of the country in which they seek treatment, according to a new study from the Workers Compensation Research Institute.
Richard Fessler, MD, was elected to the Lawrence University Board of Trustees, according to a Winnetka Talk report.

17. 5 key notes on what's new in cervical spine surgery

Written by Laura Dyrda | Friday, 26 June 2015 00:00
The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery published an article about recent treatment trends in cervical spine disorders.
Albert Telfeian, MD, of Rhode Island Hospital and Hasbro Children's Hospital, performed the first endoscopic extraction of a spinal tumor of a patient while the patient was awake, according to Cancer Therapy.
Clinical Professor of Surgery, Director, Spine Trauma at Cedars-Sinai Spine Center Neel Anand, MD, discusses how spine surgeons are thinking about population health, and who is responsible for educating patients about proper spine care in the future.
Ali A. Baaj, MD, is joining the department of neurological surgery at Weill Cornell Medical College-New York Presbyterian Hospital in August.
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