Neuro-Spine Solutions the surgical practice of Dr. Morgan Lorio and Dr. John Testerman. We provide a variety of orthopedic procedures including cervical, thoracic and lumbar procedures. We also specialize in spinal procedures including fusions, herniated disc repair, stabilization and others.
On this website you'll find a list of the areas of treatment in addition to reliable sources such as Spine-Health. We also provide patient resources that includes information for new patients and other resources concerning your healthcare needs.
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PHYSICIAN SPOTLIGHT AS FEATURED IN VIPSEEN, AUGUST 2012
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FIRST THREE-LEVEL GUIDED LUMBAR INTERBODY FUSION PROCEDURE PERFORMED USING ARC PORTAL ACCESS SYSTEM
The first ever three-level guided lumbar interbody fusion procedure performed by Morgan Lorio was announced by Alphatec on 4 January 2011. This is the only lateral approach on the market that provides the surgeon the ability to perform a 360-degree correction without repositioning the patient.
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USE OF ARTIFICIAL DERMAL SUBSTITUTE AS A BRIDGE IN COMPLEX FINGER RECONSTRUCTION
Few reports exist regarding the use of an artificial dermal substitute ([ADS] Integra™) in the treatment of finger injuries. This retrospective case series evaluated the use of ADS as a bridge for finger reconstruction following complex injuries. The authors’ facility treated 26 complex finger injury patients using ADS. Graft take was 92.3% (22/26), with most patients experiencing satisfactory range of motion (88.5% or 23/26). The authors conclude that ADS, as a bridge for reconstruction of complex finger injuries, offers advantages, such as improved contour, functionality, and decreased need for native flaps. Read full article here
Differences between Standing Active and Recumbent Passive Bending Modes
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