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June 1, 2021

Vertebral Columns – Spring 2021

Read the Spring 2021 issue of “Vertebral Columns” Vertebral Columns continues to focus on topics relevant to your clinical practice as a spine surgeon. This issue highlights the benefits and drawbacks of big data in spine surgery, the cost-effectiveness of image guidance, how to advise patients with preoperative lower extremity weakness caused by lumbar pathology, patient satisfaction after spine surgery, and physician unionization. Download the full issue here OR view below.  
March 2, 2021

Vertebral Columns – Winter 2021

Read the Winter 2021 issue of “Vertebral Columns” Vertebral Columns continues to focus on topics relevant to your clinical practice as a spine surgeon. This issue highlights the benefits and drawbacks of big data in spine surgery, the cost-effectiveness of image guidance, how to advise patients with preoperative lower extremity weakness caused by lumbar pathology, patient satisfaction after spine surgery, and physician unionization. Download the full issue here OR view below.    
October 19, 2020

Vertebral Columns – Fall 2020

Read the Fall 2020 issue of “Vertebral Columns” Catch up on the latest research, advice, and commentaries relevant to you as a spine surgeon. The fall issue delves into: the learning curve of minimally invasive surgery the future of orthopedic practices in the wake of COVID-19 awake spine surgery robotics in single position surgery vancomycin as infection prevention health hazards for spine surgeons Download the full issue here OR view below.
August 12, 2020

Vertebral Columns – Summer 2020

Read the Summer 2020 issue of “Vertebral Columns” This edition includes the following: Editorial:  Inappropriate Denial of Spine Surgery Claims: Implications for Patients, Physicians & Payers Complications: Identifying the Complication Profile Related to Cervical Disc Replacement: Going Beyond IDE Studies Clinical Practice: Epidural Steroid Injections: Do They Work? And Do They Increase Infection Rates With Surgery Clinical Practice: Physical Therapy After Lumbar Spine Surgery Medical Education: Telehealth and Resident Training: Optimizing “Webside Manner” Recommendations: Mattresses, Pillows, and Sleep Position: What Do the Data Actually Support? Physician Burnout: Peer-to-Peer? Medical Necessity? Prior Authorization? How the Insurance Companies’ Medical Claims Approval Process Is Causing Physicians to Burn Out and Patients to Lose Out Download the full issue here or view below.