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Dr. Anthony Yeung Presents at 2011 Brain Mapping Conference

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Dr. Christopher Yeung and the Arizona Diamondbacks

Dr. Christopher Yeung and the Arizona Diamondbacks


2019 Lifetime Achievement Award

Dr. Anthony Yeung Receives 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award

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Nima Salari talks about a new solution for neck pain

Dr. Nima Salari talks about a new solution for neck pain

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Join Dr. Chris Yeung at an Endoscopic Workshop at NASS

Begin or advance your Endoscopic skills at NASS on September 29th, 2021. Elliquence is dedicated to ensuring the best education for doctors and physicians on the Endoscopic Spine and MIS procedures using didactic and cadaveric hands-on instruction.

Learn more by attending the Industry Cadaver Workshop at the elliquence Education Institute in Baldwin, NY. Dr. Christopher A. Yeung, M.D. will be attending as an Instructor on the topic of Transforaminal Endoscopic Approach.

Take advantage of this opportunity to learn from some of the masters in endoscopic surgery. Space is limited and all attendees must be registered for NASS. 

Arizona Physician Podcast

Arizona Physician Podcast with Dr. Anthony Yeung

Dr. Anthony Yeung was interviewed by Arizona Physician Magazine – a publication that provides information for physicians across Arizona. In this podcast, Anthony T. Yeung, MD, a retired orthopedic spine surgeon, reflects on his career in private practice, value-based care, and shares a positive outlook for medical care.

Listen to the full podcast – “Anthony T. Yeung, MD, Reflects on his Career in Private Surgical Practice” »

(Listeners can find the show on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, Stitcher, Spotify, and Tune In.)

Becker's Spine Review

Spine surgeon leader to know: Dr. Nima Salari

Written by Carly Behm | March 18, 2021

Nima Salari, MD, is a spine surgeon at Phoenix-based Desert Institute for Spine Care. He specializes in pathologic conditions of the spine and has expertise in minimally invasive spine surgery. Dr. Salari also helped design instruments and implants used for several international companies.

He received his medical degree from Philadelphia-based Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University and completed a residency at Baltimore-based Johns Hopkins Hospital. He also did a spine fellowship at Stanford (Calif.) University.

In December 2020, Dr. Salari was reportedly the first spine surgeon to implant Amplify Surgical’s 12-degree hyperlordotic DualX interbody cage.

Continue Reading: Spine surgeon leader to know: Dr. Nima Salari of Desert Institute for Spine Care

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