Drs. Robert Bray, Isador Lieberman & more: 5 spine surgeons making headlines

Alan Condon -   Print  |

Five spine and neurosurgeons making the news this week:

Isador Lieberman, MD, president of Texas Back Institute in Plano, spoke to Becker's about how the COVID-19 pandemic is making his practice revisit expansion plans.

California neurological spine surgeon Robert S. Bray Jr., MD, outlined how he managed to secure 160,000 masks for hospitals in need at the height of the pandemic.

Italian neurosurgeon Dr. Carlo Efisio Marras led a complex procedure to separate conjoined twins at Bambino Gesù Hospital in Rome.

Jagannathan Neurosurgery in Troy, Mich., onboarded Adam Kremer, MD, as its second neurosurgeon.

James Lynch, MD, performed a spinal fusion with the Augmedics Xvision Spine System, an augmented reality system that allows for real-time projection of spinal anatomy.

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