Challenges in Cervical Spine Surgery

Dr. K. Daniel Riew discusses some challenges in cervical spine surgery.  He asserts that half of what he learned about the cervical spine is wrong.
Dan Riew · November 6, 2020

Dr. K. Daniel Riew discusses some challenges in cervical spine surgery.  He asserts that half of what he learned about the cervical spine is wrong.

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Dan Riew

Dr. Dan Riew is world renowned for cervical spine surgery, and his practice is exclusively limited to the operative treatment of the cervical spine, a rarity among spine surgeons. He typically performs over 250 cervical spine operations each year, ranging from minimally invasive microsurgical outpatient procedures to the most complex "chin-on-chest" or "ear-on-shoulder" deformities. He has a particular interest in cervical artificial disc replacements and other motion-sparing procedures such as laminoplasties. A doctor's doctor, over 300 physicians have been operated on by Dr. Riew, including several spine surgeons.

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