The following six spine specialists are ranked #1 on Google for their articles and videos on spine conditions and treatments.
1. Ray Baker, MD: Dr. Baker's articles on injections are consistently top-ranked, with over 1 million patients reading them every year. Dr. Baker has also provided oversight for Spine-health's full suite of pain management articles and videos, which are viewed more than 7 million times each year.
2. Paul Slosar, MD: Dr. Slosar is an Orthopedic Surgeon who focuses on spinal care. He makes our list for his article on Cervical Spine Anatomy and Neck Pain, which has been viewed half a million times this year.
3. John Shim, MD, FACS: Dr. Shim earns a place on this list through his articles and videos on spinal stenosis and degenerative disc disease as well as surgical treatment options. Dr. Shim’s articles and videos are viewed by nearly 2 million patients each year.
4. Jeffrey A. Goldstein, MD, FACS: Dr. Goldstein is a spine surgeon who has contributed leading articles on cervical artificial discs and minimally invasive spine surgery. Dr. Goldstein’s patient education content has been viewed by patients nearly 200,000 times.
5. Stephen Hochschuler, MD: Dr. Hochschuler is one of the founding Medical Advisors for Spine-health.com, and has contributed a number of top-ranked articles, including this article on Sciatica. This article has consistently ranked #1 in both English and Spanish, and gets read over 2.5 million times a year. Two animated videos have been developed to accompany the article, and both have won Telly Awards.
6. David Dewitt, MD: Dr. DeWitt is a Contributing Author on Spine-health who has published a range of top-ranked articles on L4-L5 and L5-S1 pathology, spinal tumors and surgical options. His top-ranked articles are read by more than 1 million people each year.
Together, these spine specialists have published more than 50 articles and videos that have reached over 8 million back and neck pain patients this year.
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