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The tidal force of payers
Very small microscopes have the ability to track cell activity in the spinal cord, according to Crazy Engineers.
Neurosurgeon Lawrence Shuer, MD, of Stanford Medicine in Palo Alto, Calif., shared his path into neurosurgery, according to Scope.
Sweden-based Karolinska Institutet researchers discovered the spinal cord possesses its own system for sensing and regulating pH changes, according to Medical Xpress.
Here are seven spine surgeons and neurosurgeons in the news this past week.
A new study published in Spine examines outpatient spine surgery in ambulatory surgery centers.
Neurosurgeon Karin Muraszko, MD, chair of neurosurgery at University of Michigan Health System in Ann Arbor, was born with spine bifida, according to CNN.
Idaho-based St. Maries High School students watched a live spinal surgery via video conference, according to St. Maries Gazette Record.
Here four spine surgeons weigh in on what they find most exciting about providing spine care in the current healthcare landscape.
Here are eight things for spinal surgeons to know for April 28, 2016.
Harrisburg, Pa.-headquartered PinnacleHealth System's Spine Institute surgeons perform about 1,300 inpatient and outpatient spine surgeries every year, according to MDNEWS.
Researchers from University of California, San Diego School of Medicine and Veterans Affairs San Diego Healthcare System used stem cells to regenerate corticospinal injury damage, according to newswise.
The International Society for the Advancement of Spine Surgery released results from a study about how a third-party payer's delay or preauthorization coverage denial can impact spine practices.
A new study published in The Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine shows scoliosis could increase recurrent lumbar disc herniation risk after the surgeon performs a microdiscectomy.
Six-month data from a randomized controlled study for the Medicare Coverage with Evidence Development program appear to show a percutaneous decompression procedure is beneficial for people with neurogenic claudication due to lumbar stenosis, as reported by Pain Management News.
Capstone Pain & Spine, a pain management center based in Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas, is now offering the kyphoplasty procedure for vertebral compression fracture relief.
The International Advocates for Spine Patients named Gunnar Andersson, MD, PhD, chairman of the board of directors.
Joan and Sanford Weill donated $185 million to the University of California San Francisco, according to University of California San Francisco New Center.
Spine surgeon Roderick Claybrooks, MD, of Michigan-based Beaumont, completed his three-book series about various topics of success, according to Broadway World.
Brisbane, Australia-based Wesley Pain and Spine Centre and Royal Adelaide (Australia) Hospital researchers wrote many patients have unrealistic expectations that surgery will fix their back pain, according to The Sydney Morning Herald.
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