Drs. Andrew Moulton, Jeffrey Wang and more: 12 spine, neurosurgeons in the news this week

Written by Laura Dyrda | June 02, 2017 | Print  |

Here are 12 spine and neurosurgeons that made the headlines over the past week.

The Los Angeles Business Journal named Todd H. Lanman, MD, a finalist for its 2017 Healthcare Leadership Awards.

 

U.S. News & World Report featured an interview with Neel Anand, MD, discussing spine surgery outcomes and risks.

 

Former neurosurgeon Marc Eichler, MD, of Minot, N.D., received a three year prison sentence in a federal sex abuse case.

 

HCA honored Sarasota Orthopedic Associates' Andrew Moulton, MD, with the HCA Humanitarian First Award for his work treating underserved populations in the Dominican Republic.

 

Spine surgeons Jeffrey C. Wang, MD, Kern Singh, MD, Payam Farjoodi, MD, Vladimir Sinkov, MD, Brian Gantwerker, MD, and Neel Anand, MD, discussed the spinal instrumentation technology they'd most like to see in the future.

 

Spine surgeon Jay Jagannathan, MD, of Troy, Mich.-based Jagannnathan Neurosurgery spoke about the future of spine surgery and minimally invasive procedures with a local radio show.

 

Hamid Abbasi, MD, performed his 500th oblique lateral lumbar interbody fusion.

 

Michael Janssen, DO, founder of Denver-based Center for Spine & Orthopedics, performed total disc replacement on offshore powerboat racer Rusty Rahm.

 

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