11 spine, neurosurgeons making the news this week - Nov. 14

Laura Dyrda -   Print  |

There were 11 spine and neurosurgeons making headlines this past week.

Orthopedic spine surgeon Brian Kwon, MD, was named United States medical advisor for Implanet.

 

Tom Larkin, MD, was in the news discussing the new location for his practice Parkway Neuroscience and Spine Institute in Frederick, Md., which is larger than the previous practice location and designed to increase efficiency.

 

Plano (Texas) Orthopedic Sports Medicine & Spine Center's Stephen Courtney, MD, performed the first lateral lumbar plate surgery with the Black Diamond Rattlesnake system from Eminent Spine.

 

Board-certified neurosurgeon Terence P. Doorly, MD, was honored as North Shore Medical Center's 2014 Surgery Clinical Excellence and Professionalism Award.

 

Adult and pediatric neurosurgeon Ann Marie Flannery, MD, joined the Women's & Children's Hospital physician team in Lafayette, La.

 

Christus Santa Rosa Health System in San Antonio neurosurgeon Warran F. Neely, MD, was in the news discussing the Invuity Waveguide XT System, a universal drop-in illuminator for minimal access surgery, which launched this week.

 

Kennedy Yalamanchili, MD, of Christiana Care Hospital in Newark, Del., was in the news discussing DePuy Synthes' collaboration with LifeNet Health to introduce ViviGen Cellular Bone Matrix.

 

Frank J. Schwab, MD, performed the first spine surgery in the United States using Medicrea's UNiD Rod.

 

Spinal Elements made donations from their Hero Allografts to children's charities in honor of Mike Leahy, MD, Mirza Baig, MD, and Douglas Musser, DO, who participate in the Spinal Elements "Pledge to Be a Hero" program and use the Hero Allograft exclusively.

 

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