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10 Recent Milestones for Spine Surgeons Featured

Written by  Heather Linder | Friday, 16 November 2012 13:52
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Here are 10 recent milestones for spine surgeons.
John Peloza, MD, and Michael Musacchio, Jr., MD, of the Center for Spine Care in Dallas were among the first surgeons in the country to use the Coflex Interlaminar Technology since its FDA approval.

Navigational spine surgeon Charles Haworth, MD, joined FirstHealth University of North Carolina Neurosurgery.

Kevin Cahill, MD, joined the Carolina Neurosurgery & Spine Associates' Huntersville and Charlotte, N.C., offices.

The North American Spine Society named orthopedic surgeon Charles Mick, MD, its president of for the next year.

Neurosurgeon Hussein Alahmadi, MD, joined The Hospital of Central Connecticut's medical staff.

Mark P. Carol, MD, has been named the 2012 honorary member of the American Society for Radiation Oncology.

Raymond Linovitz, MD, has joined Carlsbad, Calif.-based Aurora Spine's Aurora Advisory Board.

Pediatric neurosurgeon Scott Wait, MD, joined Carolina Neurosurgery & Spine Associate in Charlotte.

Donald Atkins, MD, will be working with the Spine Treatment Centers of America in San Antonio, and providing experience in minimally invasive spinal fusions, minimally invasive technologies, spine tumors, spinal deformity and adult scoliosis.

Orthopedic spine surgeon Stephen Tolhurst, MD, joined the Texas Back Institute at its Flower Mound and Denton, Texas locations.

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