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Interventional Spine Fellowship, Neurological Institute.
University of Pennsylvania
Physical Medicine and Rehab, University of Pennsylvania
Surgery & Medicine, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons
MD, Pennsylvania State University
HONORARY INVITED POSITIONS
President-Elect, International Spine Intervention Society
Founding Partner, Texas Spine and Joint Hospital
Commencement Speaker, Penn State University College of Medicine
Advisory Board, AMA
Keynote Speaker, Harvard Pain Center Grand Opening
Founding Chairman, Standards Committee International Spine Intervention Society
Chairman Spine Committee, American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation.
Invited Speaker and Advisor, Japanese Prime Minister
Appointed Spine Advisor, Allied Royal Families and Dignitaries
Recent studies reveal that spinal fusions likely injure adjacent discs. It's been shown that discectomies weaken discs, leading to disc degeneration. Therefore, surgical societies recommend not fusing spines to treat back pain. Instead, fusions are only for instability, such as that caused by cancer or trauma. Fusions are 1911 technology, essentially unchanged since Ford's Model T. It's my thought that you deserve better.
After helping hundreds of patients who failed to experience relief after spine surgery, it became evident to me that current methods needed to change. This motivated me to seek better ways to help patients, by thinking outside the box.
Discseel™ is the only FDA approved biologic, actually proven to regrow and heal spine tissue, such as the outer covering, called Dura. With Discseel™, spine treatment finally reaches the 21st Century.