Drs. Ricky Kalra, Wesley Bronson & more: 5 spine surgeons making the news

Alan Condon -   Print  |

From a novel procedure to reverse paralysis to the excision of a spinal tumor in a rare case, here are the latest spine surgeons making headlines:

Ricky Kalra, MD, removed a "lemon-sized" tumor from a patient's spine in a complex procedure that lasted almost 10 hours.

Hartford (Conn.) Hospital's Hanbing Zhou, MD, performed the facility's first robotic-assisted SI joint fusion.

Justin Brown, MD, developed a surgical technique to help some neurologic patients regain movement.

New York City-based Mount Sinai Health System is opening a center in Scarsdale, N.Y., that will offer the services of Wesley Bronson, MD.

W. Lee Warren, MD, performed the first surgeries at North Platte, Neb.-based Great Plains Health's new brain and spine center.

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