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Spinal & Peripheral Nerve Disorders

TJUH - Neurosurgery - Spine

As a Level I Trauma Center and Regional Spinal Cord Injury Center, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and the Jefferson Hospital for Neuroscience treat more patients with disorders of the spine and spinal cord injury than any other program in the northeastern United States. Comprehensive evaluation and surgical management for spine problems is available and offers residents exposure to a panoply of surgical approaches, ranging from simple disc surgery to complex anterior and posterior reconstructive, instrumentation-based procedures. Furthermore, management of spine tumors and spinal cord injury is emphasized and complemented by a large clinical volume and a significant research initiative.

James S. Harrop, MD

James S. Harrop, MD, FACS
Professor                                 Director, Division of Spine and Peripheral Nerve Disorders

 

Srinivas Prasad

Srinivas Prasad, MD
Assistant Professor

J. Heller

Joshua E. Heller, MD
Assistant Professor

Jack Jallo

Jack Jallo, MD
Professor and Vice Chair for Academic Services

Please note that all faculty are part of the Department of Neurological Surgery, unless otherwise noted.

Spinal Tumors Operative Experience
Spine web cast

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