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ANSWERED on Thu 1 Apr 2010 - 11:13 am UTC by easterangel

Question: Who is the best back surgeon in the world?

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Thu 1 Apr 2010 - 9:13 am UTC

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montecristo
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http://answers.google.com/answers/threadview?id=246616

Can you add to, or update, that answer?

 
 

Thu 1 Apr 2010 - 11:13 am UTC

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easterangel
Former Researcher

Hi Montecristo!

There is a list made just last January of the of the top 50 spine specialists in the United States. You can find the list in the following link:

"50 of the Best Spine Specialists in America"
http://www.beckersorthopedicandspine.com/news-a-analysis/current-statistics-a-lists/949-50-of-the-best-spine-specialists-in-america


On a more global scale, the Global Spine Congress has a list of research grant winners on their website.

"Hansjoerg Wyss Research Grant Awards"
http://www.globalspinecongress.org/grants.asp


Two doctors meanwhile got some big awards. Eugene Carragee, MD,of Stanford University won for the Best Clinical Paper Award while Dino Samartzis, MD, University of Hong Kong won for Best Poster award,

"Awards ceremony"
http://www.globalspinecongress.org/awards.asp


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WInners of the Grammer Europe Spine Journal Award for 2009 can be seen here.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2556468/pdf/586_2008_Article_766.pdf


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Asia Pacific Orthopedic Association (APOA) International Spine Award Wiiner:

Dr J Naresh Babu of Mediciti Hospitals of Hyderabad, India -2010.
http://biospectrumasia.com/content/300310IND12337.asp

Dr S Rajasekaran of Ganga Hospital won the same award in 2007.
http://www.gangahospital.com/apoaspineaward/


 
I hope these will be of help.

Regards,
Easterangel

 
 

Thu 1 Apr 2010 - 11:15 am UTC

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probo
User

Hi

I don't know the answer but I suggest that you visit a Chiropractor - if you haven't already.

Surgery is always risky and best avoided if possible.

Good Luck

Probo

 

Fri 2 Apr 2010 - 8:15 am UTC

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probo
User

I wonder ...

Are 'the best in America' necessarily 'the best in the world'?

Maybe the Americans are simply better at promoting themselves?

Possibly from necessity, as a product of the hitherto lack of a National Health Service.

 

Fri 2 Apr 2010 - 6:44 pm UTC

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