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What is Appropriate Treatment for Common Spinal Disorders?

BroadcastMed Highlights Case Study

FARMINGTON, Conn. -- BroadcastMed, Inc. invites health professionals to the MD Video Education Center from Brigham and Women's Hospital for a case study about appropriate treatments for common spinal disorders. This one hour video features a panel discussion with orthopedic surgeon Christopher M. Bono, MD, Chief, Orthopedic Spine Service, neurosurgeon Michael W. Groff, MD, Director, Spinal Neurosurgery, neurosurgeon John H. Chi, MD, MPH, anesthesiologist David R. Janfaza, MD and physiatrist Zacharia Isaac, MD, Medical Director, Comprehensive Spine Center.

Targeted at assisting first-line treaters of spinal disorders, the panel discusses ways to improve diagnostic and patient referral processes based on best practice algorithms, to determining when and if a patient should be referred for further evaluation or treatment. The panel will address four common degenerative spinal disorders: radiculopathy from cervical disc herniations; myelopathy from cervical stenosis; low back pain from disc degeneration; and lower extremity symptoms from lumbar stenosis.

The MD Video Education Center is a complete resource for physicians to learn about various case studies from a wide-range of specialties. In addition to video content, the site is a source of clinical and research findings and upcoming continuing medical education (CME) content.

Physicians can watch and get CME credit from Common Spinal Disorders: What is appropriate treatment? and view other peer-focused videos by visiting Brigham and Women's Hospital's MD Video Education Center .

About BroadcastMed, Inc.

BroadcastMed is an online medical broadcasting company. We help the World's leading hospitals and medical device companies create and deliver trusted educational content to physicians. Our clients rely on us to deliver measurable results by expanding their reach through the BroadcastMed syndication network which includes, ranked among the top three online destinations for physicians.
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Date:Sep 5, 2012
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