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    6 spine physicians ranked #1 on Google

    Stephanie Burke, CEO, Co-founder, Veritas Health -  

    These six spine specialists are ranked #1 on Google for their articles on spine conditions and treatments.

    Literally millions patients read their articles every year, showing the positive impact that physicians can have with patient education done right.

     

    1. Ray Baker, MD: Dr. Baker's articles on injections are top-ranked across the board, with about 1 million patients reading his articles 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. John Sherman, MD: Dr. Sherman has contributed his expertise in spine fusion by authoring three top-ranked articles on lumbar spine fusion surgery. These articles are read by nearly a half-million patients every year, indicating that just about every person having a lumbar fusion in this country reads Dr. Sherman's articles.

     

    3. Jeffrey Spivak, MD: Dr. Spivak earns a place on this list through his articles and videos on various surgical options, including a top-ranked article and video on multi-level spinal fusion and a number of articles on vertebral augmentation. Dr. Spivak's articles are read by a half-million patients every year.

     

    4. J. Talbot Sellers, DO: Dr. Sellers is a physiatrist who has written on a variety of topics, including the top-ranked "How to get an accurate back pain diagnosis" and "All about upper back pain" articles, which are read more than 2 million times per year.

     

    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 an article on Sciatica that 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. Peter Ullrich Jr., MD: As Co-Founder of Spine-health.com, Dr. Ullrich has authored and reviewed a number of original articles. His top-ranked articles on Microdiscectomy, ACDF, and Lumbar Laminectomy are read by more than 1 million patients every year.

     

    Taken together, the articles written by the above spine specialists are read and relied upon by over 13 million back pain patients every year. The articles are all published on www.Spine-health.com, a website where physicians collaborate to publish patient education that is read more than 200 million times yearly.

     

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