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Here are eight things for spinal surgeons to know for Aug. 25, 2016.
Vladimir Sinkov, MD, a spine surgeon at Nashua-based New Hampshire Orthopaedic Center, discusses trends and challenges in spinal fusions.
NJ Top Docs welcomed Saad B. Chaudhary, MD, to its network. NJ Top Docs is an information resource of top physicians, dentists and hospitals.
Lindsey Ross, MD, a Los Angeles-based Cedars-Sinai resident neurosurgeon, has earned a position as a 2016 to 2017 White House Fellow.
A study published in Clinical Spine Surgery examines the biomechanics of posterior dynamic fusion in the lumbar spine.
A new study published in The Spine Journal examines sagittal imbalance among patients with lumbar spinal stenosis and how that affects outcomes after simple decompression surgery.
Here are eight key stories on outpatient spine trends and news.
Castle Connolly honored Michael Gleiber, MD, as a Top Doctor in the West Palm Beach, Fla., region.
A new study published in Clinical Spine Surgery examines how common medical conditions affect the outcome of anterior lumbar interbody fusion.
A new study published in Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine examines whether the Oswestry Disability Index is a good assessment for individual longer-term patient experience after lumbar spinal surgery.
Australian researchers studied whether vertebroplasty is a safe and effective procedure for relieving acute pain and disability in patients with spinal fractures.
Neurosurgeon Michael Casey, DO, will join Edward Neurosciences Institute in Naperville, Ill., according to Chicago Tribune.
SpineCenterAtlanta opened a new office in Conyers, Ga., according to Henry Herald.
Here are five spine surgeons and neurosurgeons in the news this past week.
A new study published in Spine examines the economic impact of revision surgery for proximal junctional failure after spinal deformity surgery.
In a Spine study, researchers examined the prevalence of pathological pain in lumbar spinal disorder patients, according to Medscape. Spinal disorders often cause pathological neuropathic pain and physiological nociceptive pain.
Here are eight things for spinal surgeons to know for Aug. 18, 2016.
Researchers analyzed the costs associated with various spine and orthopedic surgery adverse events, according to a study published in Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine. Since payers are not responsible for "never events," hospitals must bear the financial responsibility of these complications.
Minimally invasive techniques are more refined than they were even five years ago and device companies along with surgeons continue to innovate in the space.
A new study published in The Spine Journal examines the reliability of smartphone-based teleradiology when examining thoracolumbar spine fractures.
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