One-Stop care: Washington University Physicians
NASS (North American Spine Society) is a leading conference where top spine surgeons from around the world will be attending. Dr. Munish Gupta speaks at the North American Spine Society Meeting in Chicago about his research in new state of the art treatment of spinal disorders. He has coauthored several other papers that are being presented at this conference.
This week I attended the 50th anniversary of the SRS during which we commemorated past leaders and pioneers of spinal surgery. As I spent time looking back at my 25 years in the field of spine surgery, I recalled two legends of spine surgery whose pictures I dusted off from my shelves. Dr. Robert B. Winter and Dr. Kenton D. Leatherman were pioneers of spinal deformity surgery. May they rest in peace.
September 30, 2015 — Dr. Gupta has been elected chairman of the fellowship committee in the Scoliosis Research Society.
At the 50th Annual Meeting & Course of the Scoliosis Research Society, Dr. Munish C. Gupta teaches courses and presents his ongoing research. This year’s meeting takes place in Minneapolis, MN from September 30 to October 3. The purpose of the SRS annual meeting is to provide a forum for the realization of the Society’s mission and goals, to foster the optimal care of all patients with spinal deformities. Dr. Gupta will join other leading experts who treat spinal deformities at all levels and in patients of all ages.
Dr. Gupta’s recent research on spinal deformity treatment will be published in the November 15, 2015 online issue of Spine. The article is titled “Pedicle Subtraction Osteotomy (PSO) in the Revision versus Primary Adult Spinal Deformity (ASD) Patient: Is there a difference in correction and complications?” Spine is recognized internationally as the leading journal in the field of spinal disorders.
Barnes-Jewish Hospital/Washington University is named a nationally ranked hospital by US NEWS & WORLD REPORT in their annual report of the best hospitals across the nation. You can view the report for more details.