Handbook Of Spine Surgery
Handbook of Spine Surgery, Second Edition, is a completely updated and comprehensive reference that distills the basic principles of contemporary spine surgery. Its coverage of both principles and techniques makes it an excellent refresher before surgery or a valuable daily companion for residents and surgeons caring for patients with spinal disorders.
Handbook of Spine Surgery
Our Coding Handbook for Spine Surgery is a quick reference guide that contains the most utilized AMA CPT codes in spine reimbursement. This handy booklet is an essential tool when coding out your spine surgeries, but should not replace your AMA CPT book, containing full code descriptors.
Our Coding Scenarios Handbook for Spine Surgery is a reference tool listing specific spinal procedures and their associated AMA CPT codes. This valuable guide helps ensure that crucial information is not omitted when coding the most common spinal procedures. This handbook has become a valuable assistant in numerous spine practices.
Dr. Baaj is Chief of Spine Surgery and Associate Professor of Neurological & Orthopedic Surgery at the University of Arizona and Banner - University Medical Center in Phoenix, AZ. He specializes in spinal surgery and has advanced training and expertise in pediatric and adult spinal oncology and complex reconstructive surgery for spinal deformity.
Dr. Baaj is a prolific author of more than 200 chapters, abstracts and manuscripts on spinal anatomy, minimally invasive spine surgery, and advanced surgical techniques. He serves on the editorial boards of Clinical Spine Surgery and the International Journal of Spine Surgery. Dr. Baaj is a co-editor on 4 textbooks, including the Handbook of Spine Surgery.
An elderly female presents two years after an open L4-S1 surgery at an outside institution with progressive mechanical back pain and neurogenic claudication. She had attempted non-operative measures with minimal relief.
In his new role, Dr. Baaj is tasked with aligning providers, resources and infrastructure to accomplish the goals of providing exceptional spine care to patients. As a surgeon, he will continue to treat patients with complex spinal conditions, with emphasis on spinal deformity and oncology. Additionally, Dr. Baaj is an associate professor in the Departments of Neurosurgery and Orthopaedic Surgery, where he will educate medical students and trainees about spinal injuries.
Drawing on the experience of leaders in both neurosurgery and orthopedic surgery, Handbook of Spine Surgery is authoritative, concise, and portable, designed for use in a fast-paced clinical setting. Its coverage of both principles and techniques of contemporary spine surgery, including anatomy, pathology, procedures, and instrumentation, makes it highly useful as a refresher before surgery, an easily digestible study guide, or a daily companion for physicians caring for patients with spinal disorders.
Handbook of Spine Surgery, Second Edition, is a completely updated and comprehensive reference that distills the basic principles of contemporary spine surgery. Its coverage of both principles and techniques makes it an excellent refresher before surgery or a valuable daily companion for residents and surgeons caring for patients with spinal disorders.Key Features of the Second Edition:New chapters on adult degenerative deformity, pediatric scoliosis and radiographic principles of deformityExpanded spinal trauma section now includes separate chapters on cervical, thoracolumbar, and sacropelvic injuriesCommon clinical questions (with answers) at the end of each chapter highlight topics frequently encountered in the operating room and on board examsEasy-to-read bulleted formatThe second edition of this handbook is the go-to guide for all those involved in spine surgery.
Michael Venezia, DO, MPH is a fellowship-trained surgeon specializing in spine surgery. As a native Floridian, he attended the University of Central Florida (UCF) and completed his medical school training in Bradenton, FL at LECOM. Simultaneously, he completed a Masters in Public Health with Nova Southeastern. He completed his Orthopaedic Surgery Residency nearby at Largo Medical Center. He was elected by his faculty to serve as Chief Resident of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery during his final year of training.
Dr. Venezia went on to complete fellowship training in spinal surgery at the prestigious University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) with several world-renowned spine surgeons as his trainers and mentors. He has received extensive training in both Orthopaedic and neurosurgical spine surgery techniques during his residency and fellowship and continues to combine them in his degenerative, minimally invasive, and deformity practice.
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Dr. Woods has conducted extensive research in the field of orthopaedics and continues to do so, specifically in the treatment of cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine pathologies. He has authored numerous publications, book chapters, abstracts, and poster and podium presentations and is a member of a number of professional societies, including the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.
This practical handbook allows nurses, advanced practice nurses, physician assistants, and allied health professionals practicing in the fields of neurosurgery, neurology, and spinal care to quickly review essentials while in the work environment. It emphasizes procedural steps and critical elements in patient management, including intensive care, the neurological examination, differential diagnoses, and pain management. Written by a multidisciplinary team of experts, the handbook is expected to become a well-worn companion and essential aid to the busy practitioner.
Andrea Strayer, is a certified Adult and Geriatric Nurse Practitioner in the Department of Neurosurgery, School of Medicine and Public Health at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wisconsin, USA.
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Most often, your child will have a pre-op visit within 2 weeks of surgery. This includes any labs, imaging, or tests your child needs. During this visit, you will receive a spine surgery handbook to help guide your family through the process.
Most often, your child will start to take a stool softener 3 days before surgery. Your child should continue taking stool softener until they go to the bathroom (pass stool) on a regular basis, and they stop taking prescription pain medicine (opioids).
We offer the latest procedures in spine surgery, such as artificial disc replacement, an alternative to spinal fusion that reduces pain and maintains range of motion. We use minimally invasive techniques whenever possible, with the goal of getting you home sooner and back to the activities you enjoy.
OrthoOklahoma back pain specialists help determine the cause of your discomfort, then work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan to provide relief. Our program offers both comprehensive spine surgery and the latest non-surgical options for back pain.
While we know that you are looking forward to relief from your hip or knee pain, we understand that you may be anxious about the surgery and recovery process. That's why the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Rehabilitation provides The Joint Replacement Handbook.
Our USC Spine Center team combines the expertise of orthopedic, neurological surgeons and interventional physiatrists to treat a wide range of spine conditions. Using advanced testing, our team ensures you receive the best care for your back and neck pain.
Dr. Kothari completed additional fellowship training in interventional spine care and sports medicine at Orthopaedic and Spine Specialists in York, Pennsylvania, under Michael Furman, MD, an international figure in the field. 041b061a72