Six spine surgeons weigh in on the future of spinal instrumentation.
Here are seven spine and neurosurgeons in the news over the past week.
Spine published new study comparing primary and revision spinal fusions for pediatric patients.
Farmington-based UConn Health appointed Ketan Bulsara, MD, its new neurosurgery division chief, according to UConn Today.
Here are eight things for spinal surgeons to know for May 25, 2017.
A study published in Spine examines whether the anesthesia time is associated with increased infection risk for spine surgery patients.
Here, Steven C. Anagnost, MD, discusses the future of independent practice and solo physicians in the rapidly evolving healthcare arena.
Jay R. Lieberman, MD, orthopedics department chair and orthopedic surgery professor at Los Angeles-based Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California, earned a National Institutes of Health grant for bone repair research.
Jaclyn Janine Renfrow, MD, spoke about her research, "Tracking Career Paths of Women in Neurosurgery," at the 2017 American Association of Neurological Surgeons Annual Scientific Meeting, held April 22 to April 26 in Los Angeles.
In 2006, neurosurgeon James Holsapple, MD, raised concerns with his former hospital, University Hospital in Syracuse, N.Y., about a new practice in his department to double-book surgeries. He was allegedly pressured to resign, and then sued the hospital under New York's whistle-blower statute for lost wages.
A new study published in the Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine examines the best method to measure sagittal alignment in the cervical spine.
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine named Joseph Cheng, MD, its new neurosurgery chair, effective July 1.
A new study published in Spinal Deformity examines the risk factors for proximal junctional kyphosis among adolescent idiopathic scoliosis patients.
James Holmblad, MD, a spine surgeon and founding member of Scoliosis Research Society, passed away in February. An obituary appeared for Dr. Holmblad in Spinal Deformity.
Anjan Sen, MD, has served the patients of Tri-Cities, Wash., for 50 years, according to Tri-City Herald.
A former NFL player left the game in 2013 to pursue a medical degree at Tallahassee-based Florida State University College of Medicine, according to Tuko.
York, Pa.-based Wellspan Interventional Pain Center researchers investigated the impact of repeated MRIs on treatment for chronic spine pain, according to Clinical Pain Advisor.

18. ISASS names Dr. Jeffrey Goldstein 2017 president

Written by Laura Dyrda | Monday, 22 May 2017 14:08
Last month the International Society for the Advancement of Spine Surgery elected Jeffrey Goldstein, MD, president.
A new study published in Clinical Spine Surgery examines procedure volume and complication rate for surgeons performing anterior cervical discectomy and fusion.
Here are 11 spine surgeons and neurosurgeons in the news over the past week.
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