People often ask what it is like to be a physician that works with U.S. Olympic athletes. To begin to answer that question I need
“Will I wake up during surgery?” This is a question I get again and again from patients and for good reason – it’s a scary thought.
When I was invited to attend and lecture at the International meeting in Kurgan, the very birthplace of the Ilizarov method, I knew this was
Summer is in full swing, and for those of you residing in the Northern Hemisphere, it is a time that many think about getting a
Each year more than 200,000 cervical spine surgeries are performed in the United States to treat conditions ranging from cervical spinal deformities to degenerative disc