6 spine surgeons & neurosurgeons on the move in April 2017

Written by Megan Wood | May 01, 2017 | Print  |

Here are six spine surgeons and neurosurgeons that joined new organizations in April 2017.

M. Nicholas Perenich, DO, joined Tampa, Fla.-based BioSpine Institute. Much of his research focuses on biologic graft use in complex stem cell tissue regeneration.


Spine surgeon Sukhbir "Sonny" Guram, MD, joined Hendersonville, N.C.-based Southeastern Sports Medicine and Orthopedics last week. He treats the cervical and lumbar spine and specializes in spinal stenosis, radiculopathy and degenerative disc disease, utilizes laminectomy and performs cervical and lumbar fusion.


Tobias Mattei, MD, joined Easter Maine Medical Center in Bangor. He specializes in minimally invasive spine surgery, complex spine and deformity surgery, oncological spine surgery, spinal stimulation, kyphoplasty and artificial cervical and lumbar discs.


Southern California Institute in Thousand Oaks added orthopedic spine surgeon Edmund Choi, MD, to its team. He lectures on osteoporosis, pediatric and adult spine reconstruction, bone and spinal tumors and fractures at national and international conferences.


Richard Frieden, MD, joined Marquette, Mich.-based UP Health System's Brain & Spine Center.


Kirkland, Wash.-based EvergreenHealth welcomed Peter Nora, MD, to the system. He specializes in deep brain stimulation surgery for movement disorders as well as spine disease treatment.


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