Drs. Alexander Lemons, Todd J. Albert & more: 13 spine, neurosurgeons making headlines

Written by Mackenzie Garrity | September 15, 2017 | Print  |

Here are 13 spine and neurosurgeons making headlines.

Pinehurst (N.C.) Surgical Clinic welcomed Alexander Lemons, MD, to its team.

 

Scoliosis Research Society inducted Todd J. Albert, MD, as the 48th president during the 52nd Annual Meeting Course in Philadelphia Sept. 9.

 

John Peloza, MD, and Larry Khoo, MD, reviewed Carevature Medical's Dreal, a spinal decompression and bone removal system.

 

Anthony Yeung, MD, and his partners at Phoenix-based Desert Institute for Spine Care Christopher Yeung, MD, Nima Salari, MD, and Justin Field, MD, penned an article for the Journal of Spine examining endoscopic spine surgery as a multidisciplinary subspecialty.

 

Pasquale X. Montesano, MD, joined Mine Hill Township, N.J.-based Champey Pain and Spine Group.

 

Noel Goldthwaite, MD, of SpineCare Medical Group in Daly City, Calif., implanted Nuvectra's Algovita Spinal Cord Stimulation System in a patient who suffered from chronic pain and opioid addiction.

 

Lawrence Dickinson, MD; Jeffrey Randall, MD; and Ronnie Mimran, MD, of Pacific Brain and Spine Medical Group in Castro Valley, Calif., became the first neurosurgeons in Northern California to undergo training in the BrightMatter Neurosurgical Robotic System.

 

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