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11 spine surgeons & neurosurgeons on the move in November 2017 Featured

By  Megan Wood | Friday, 01 December 2017 14:09
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Here are 11 spine surgeons and neurosurgeons that joined new organizations, moved locations or received promotions in November 2017.

Mount Sinai Co-Director of the Neurosurgical Spine Program Arthur Jenkins, MD, is planning to transition into full-time private practice at the beginning of 2018. He will maintain academic affiliation as faculty as well as surgical and admitting privileges at Mount Sinai.

 

OrthoConnecticut's Danbury (Conn.) Orthopedics welcomed spine surgeon Justin Paul, MD, PhD. He specializes in minimally invasive spine surgery and has published numerous scientific articles on avoiding complications during complex spine procedures.

 

Methodist Hospitals, based in Gary, Ind., and Merrillville, Ind., added Nassir Mansour, MD. He serves as an assistant neurosurgery professor at State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center in New York City.

 

Michael Glover, MD, joined Meridian-based Spine Institute of Idaho. Board certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery, Dr. Glover is affiliated with the North American Spine Society.

 

Ken Nwosu, MD, joined Puyallup, Wash.-based Neospine. He completed the Harvard Combined Spine Fellowship at Boston-based Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston.

 

Providence, R.I.-based Lifespan's Comprehensive Spine Center welcomed neurosurgeon Jared Fridley, MD. He specializes in complex spine surgery, degenerative spine disease, spinal trauma, tumors and peripheral nerve surgery.

 

Phoenix-based OrthoArizona welcomed Caleb Behrend, MD, to its practice. In addition to performing cervical spine reconstruction, Dr. Behrend has a special interest in adult scoliosis and deformity surgery.

 

Jay Jagannathan, MD, joined the Helen Newberry (Mich.) Joy Hospital Specialty Clinic. Dr. Jagannathan has authored various papers and book chapters on spine surgery, radiosurgery and neuro-oncology.

 

Neurosurgeon Len Cerullo, MD, opened the Len Cerullo Method clinic in Chicago. The Len Cerullo Method clinic offers a personalized and holistic approach to chronic pain treatment.

 

Marlton, N.J.-based Virtua cut the ribbon at the new Virtua Brain and Spine Institute at Mount Holly, N.J.-based Virtua Memorial Hospital. James Sanfilippo, MD, will chair the institute.

 

John Soliman, DO, is now offering neurological and spine consultations for Physician Partners of America in Tampa, Fla. He founded the Brain and Spine Neuroscience Institute, with offices in Lutz and Brooksville, both in Florida.

 

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