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  • How robotic spine surgery works

    How robotic spine surgery works

    Eighty percent of Americans will experience back pain at some point in their life – that is an epidemic! A lot of my patients have very serious spine conditions and conventional methods such as physical therapy and prescription medication doesn’t work for them. They need a permanent solution to their problem, but spine surgery was always considered to be a last resort.

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  • Contribution of Round vs. Rectangular Expandable Cage Endcaps to Spinal Stability in a Cadaveric Corpectomy Model

    Contribution of Round vs. Rectangular Expandable Cage Endcaps to Spinal Stability in a Cadaveric Corpectomy Model

    Expandable cages are gaining popularity in anterior reconstruction of the thoracolumbar spine following corpectomy as they can provide adjustable distraction and deformity correction. Rectangular, rather than circular, endcaps provide increased resistance to subsidence by spanning the apophyseal ring.

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  • Robot revolution? 70 spine surgeons using robotic systems

    Robot revolution? 70 spine surgeons using robotic systems

    Robotic technology for orthopedic and spine surgery procedures is evolving, and surgeon opinions and use are changing as well. A recent panel at the North American Spine Society Annual Meeting discussed robotic technology and recent data released. Click here to read that article.

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  • 38 spine surgeons under 40 to know

    38 spine surgeons under 40 to know

    These surgeons are among young leaders in the spine field today. Many were chief residents and underwent prestigious spine and neurological surgery fellowships. The list was developed based on publicly-solicited recommendations and editorial research. Please contact Laura Dyrda with questions.

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  • DISC Sports & Spine, SCA form joint venture

    DISC Sports & Spine, SCA form joint venture

    DISC has built a reputation for performing both routine and complex outpatient surgeries efficiently, while providing outstanding patient care and clinical outcomes. With this track record and expertise, DISC is the ideal partner to support SCA in furthering our mission to improve healthcare in America

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  • Lower resident hours do impact spine surgery outcomes — but not the way intended

    Lower resident hours do impact spine surgery outcomes — but not the way intended

    The researchers examined the Nationwide Inpatient Sample to evaluate how duty-hour restrictions impacted complications, mortality, length of stay and charges for patients who underwent spine surgery. Data was examined for patients who underwent spine surgery from 2000 to 2002 and then after the reform was enacted from 2005 to 2008.

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  • Tri-City Medical Center - Robotic Back Surgery - KUSI

    Tri-City Medical Center - Robotic Back Surgery - KUSI

    Tri-City Medical Center - Robotic Back Surgery - KUSI

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  • Tri-City Medical Center - Robotic Back Surgery - KUSI

    Tri-City Medical Center - Robotic Back Surgery - KUSI

    Tri-City Medical Center - Robotic Back Surgery - KUSI

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  • 49 Spine Surgeons Using Robotic Technology

    49 Spine Surgeons Using Robotic Technology

    While the number of spine surgeons certified to perform robot spine surgery is still small, the ranks of robotics-certified physicians are growing. Here are 49 spine surgeons that operate with robotic assistance.

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  • Interview with Dr Moazzaz on advances in robotic spine surgery

    Interview with Dr Moazzaz on advances in robotic spine surgery

    Robotic spine surgery is very new, less than 10 years old. There are only 10 hospitals in the US offering it and we are the second hospital in California to offer this technology.

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