ERAS Protocol Principles, Social Media and Spine Care, Pre-op Osteoporosis Treatment
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Severe Low Back Pain in a 90-Year Old Male
FEATURED SPINE CASE

Severe Low Back Pain in a 90-Year Old Male

By Steven Richeimer, MD
This gentleman’s long history of intermittent low back pain was well-controlled for years after a L3-L5 laminectomy. During the past 9-months, his LBP progressed to severe, constant, and radiates into both legs.
 
ERAS Protocol Reduces Opioid Use After Spinal Surgery
ERAS OUTCOMES

ERAS Protocol Reduces Opioid Use After Spinal Surgery

With Zarina S. Ali, MD, MS, and James S. Harrop, MD, FACS
Principles of enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) developed at the Pennsylvania Hospital recognize the need to individualize patient care while simultaneously creating a common patient care pathway.
 
Treating Osteoporosis in Spine Surgery Patients
SPINAL BONE HEALTH ISSUES

Treating Osteoporosis in Spine Surgery Patients

With Ronald A. Lehman, Jr., MD, and Isador H. Lieberman, MD, MBA, FRCSC
Spine experts weigh in on the study outcomes and pre-operative osteoporosis treatment.
 
The Impact of Social Media Presence in Spine Surgery Practices
SPINE CARE & SOCIAL MEDIA

The Impact of Social Media Presence in Spine Surgery Practices

With Chester “Chet” Donnally, III, MD, Joshua M. Ammerman, MD, and Donald S. Corenman, MD, DC
While social media is considered merely an entertainment platform for some, should you appreciate the value of this direct to consumer marketing?
 
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