Dr. Todd Lanman to present artificial disc replacement findings: 6 insights

Written by Megan Wood | September 18, 2017 | Print  |

Todd H. Lanman, MD, will present on artificial disc replacement at the Congress of Neurological Surgeons' Annual 2017 Meeting Oct. 10 in Boston.

Here are six insights:


1. Dr. Lanman founded Lanman Spinal Neurosurgery in Beverly Hills, Calif.


2. During his presentation, Dr. Lanman will discuss findings from using a M6 cervical disc device.


3. The study compared seven-year results of one-level disc replacement with two-level disc replacement and fusion.


4. He will also touch on artificial disc replacement in the cervical spine, which is FDA-approved for one and two levels.


5. Dr. Lanman established The Lanman Foundation for Spinal Advancement and Innovative Health, a charity dedicated to advancing development of motion-preserving technology and aiding veterans.


6. He served as principal investigator of a 10-year clinical trial testing the Prestige LP device, which is now FDA approved.


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