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Center for Spine Care Drs. John Peloza, Michael Musacchio Use Coflex Device for Spine Surgery

Written by  Heather Linder | Thursday, 15 November 2012 14:49
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John Peloza, MD, and Michael Musacchio, Jr., MD, of the Center for Spine Care in Dallas are among the first surgeons in the country to use the Coflex Interlaminar Technology since its FDA approval.
Dr. John Peloza, Center for Spine CareThe coflex technology is a motion preserving, minimally invasive treatment for people with degenerative spinal stenosis. The device is used in conjunction with decompression treatment and provides stabilization to the spine and improves patient mobility. Previously, standard treatment included spinal fusion to limit movement.

Dr. Peloza is the Center for Spine Care medical director. Both he and Dr. Musacchio will be training surgeons across the country on the new device.

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Dr. Michael Musacchio, Jr., of Center for Spine Care
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