Drs. Albert Dudley, Hazem Eltahawy & more: 8 spine, neurosurgeons making headlines

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

Here are eight spine and neurosurgeons making headlines.

Hazem Eltahawy, MD, a neurosurgeon at St. Mary Mercy Livonia, shared trends for spine surgeons and the developments of biologics.

 

Novant Health Brain and Spine Surgery in Charlotte, N.C., welcomed Erin Kiehna, MD.

 

Albert H. Dudley III, MD, died Nov. 19 in his home in Reisterstown, Md., The Baltimore Sun reports. The 70-year-old orthopedic surgeon died of heart failure.

 

Kamal Woods, MD, of Kettering (Ohio) Medical Center, performed a first-of-its-kind surgery on a patient with a severe neck deformity.

 

The Woodlands, Texas-based Memorial Hermann Mischer Neuroscience Associates welcomed Brian Fernholz, MD, PhD, to the team.

 

Sadaf Khorasani, MD, joined the staff of The Charles H. Kaman Foundation Neuromuscular Center at New Britain, Conn.-based Hospital for Special Care.

 

Spinal cord stimulator expert Jeffrey Meyer, MD, joined Physician Partners of America Pain Relief Group in McKinney, Texas.

 

Richard Chua, MD, is a spine surgeon at Northwest NeuroSpecialists in Tucson, Ariz., shared his thoughts on emerging technology within the spine industry.

 

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The future of spine: 5 key advances to watch + 2 major breakthroughs
Novant Health welcomes 1st pediatric neurosurgeon: 4 things to know
Spine surgeon Dr. Albert Dudley dies at 70

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