10 spine, neurosurgeons in the headlines this week — Oct. 3

Laura Dyrda -   Print  |

Here are 10 spine and neurosurgeons in the news this week.

Kingsley Chin, MD, was invented to present at the H. Wayne Huizenga Business School at Nova Southeastern University in Davie, Fla.


Los Angeles-based Healthpointe welcomed neurosurgeon Thomas Chappell, MD, to its medical staff.


Spine surgeon Daniel Murrey, MD, CEO of OrthoCarolina, was featured in The Charlotte Observer discussing the practice's bundled payment program.


Atlanta-based Morehouse College honored Alvin Crawford, MD, with its "Candle in the Dark" award presented annually to individuals who distinguish themselves in service, achievement, leadership, medicine, business and entertainment.


Orthopedic spine surgeon Scott Katzman, MD, of Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.-based Orthopedic and Laser Spine Surgery, began offering artificial disc replacement with the Mobi-C disc from LDR.


DISC Sports & Spine founder Robert S. Bray Jr., MD, was in the news discussing his practice's joint venture with Surgical Care Affiliates.


Spine surgeon F. Paul DeGenova, MD, of Sports Medicine Grant was featured in The Columbus Dispatch about how exercise can improve spine care.


Behrooz Akbarnia, MD, was in the news discussing the MAGEC spinal bracing and distraction system FDA clearance.


Neurosurgeon Gail Rosseau, MD, was featured in the Chicago Tribune discussing sports concussion prevention.


Baptist Children's Hospital neurosurgeon Vitaly Siomin, MD, performed surgery on a Haitian orphan and was featured for his work in Fox News.


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