Dr. Anthony Yeung recently traveled to Ningbo, China, to teach his techniques in minimally invasive spine surgery. Dr. Yeung’s visit drew over 150 surgeons from East China!
Translated from the “Ningbo Daily News”
“Inventor of Spine Endoscope Came to Ningbo to Teach; Drew more than 150 surgeons from East China to Learn”
“In many people’s eyes, spine surgery is regarded as a high-risk surgery. If not carefully performed, it may cause irreversible paralysis. Since the time spine endoscope and surgery technique was invented, surgeons now can perform spine surgery under visual condition that significantly reduced such risk. Yesterday, the inventor of spine endoscope and surgery technique, Dr. Anthony Yeung, visited Ningbo to teach and drew more than 150 surgeons to attend the training.
Dr. Anthony Yeung, Chief Medical Officer of HJY-YESS, Professor of University of New Mexico, world renowned spine endoscopic surgeon, inventor of spine endoscope and surgery technique, elected top 100 surgeons of 2015 in USA, more than 25 years clinical experiences and exceeded 10,000 procedures, came to Ningbo to teach. The training was also co-sponsored by Yinzhou People’s hospital, Ningbo Medical Association-Orthopedic Chapter, and Ningbo Chinese-Western Medical Joint Commission- Orthopedic chapter.
At this point of time, minimally invasive spine surgery has been widely carried out in many major hospitals of east China. In Ningbo, it’s estimated about 10,000 cases of MISS was performed annually.”
Drs. Anthony T. Yeung, Christopher A. Yeung, Nima Salari, and Justin Field of DISC, along with James Navratil and Harrison Maio, have recently published an article in the Journal of Spine, an Open Access, peer reviewed, academic journal that provides a complete and reliable source of information on the discoveries and current developments in all areas of the field.
The article is titled “Lessons Learned Using Local Anesthesia for Minimally Invasive Endoscopic Spine Surgery” and focuses on 9 main lessons that these surgeons have encountered while utilizing local anesthesia during minimally invasive endoscopic spine surgery to relieve spine pain – chief among them that operating under local anesthesia allows the patient to respond and provide feedback during surgery that is invaluable for patient safety and for the assessment of the pain generators and ultimately understanding of the source of pain that the surgeon is targeting.
To learn more, please download and read the full article here: “Lessons Learned Using Local Anesthesia for Minimally Invasive Endoscopic Spine Surgery”
Dr. Anthony T. Yeung Has Been Recognized Among the Top in His Industry by the Expert Network©
Phoenix, AZ, March 29, 2017 (Newswire.com) – Dr. Anthony T. Yeung, Founder, Desert Institute for Spine Care (DISC), has joined The Expert Network©, an invitation-only service for distinguished professionals.
Dr. Yeung has been chosen as a Distinguished Doctor™ based on peer reviews and ratings, numerous recognitions, and accomplishments achieved throughout his career.
Dr. Yeung outshines others in his field due to his extensive educational background, numerous awards and recognitions, and career longevity.
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For more information, visit Dr. Yeung’s profile on the Expert Network
Chris Corragio with SPX Productions had some media coaching tips for the talented surgeons at DISC that took a wrong turn. They decided to watch YouTube clips of famous sports press conferences. This light-hearted spoof shows that not only do DISC’s surgeons work hard, they play hard too!
The spoof includes the 4 surgeons from DISC imitating some of the most famous sports press conferences of all time. Dr. Chris Yeung as Allen Iverson, Dr. Justin Field as Jim Mora, Dr. Nima Salari as Bryce Harper and Dr. Anthony Yeung as Dennis Green, the former Cardinals head coach.
Chris Coraggio from The Health Connection talks with DISC Spine Surgeon Dr. Chris Yeung about their involvement in Spinal Kinetics M6 RESTORE clinical study for cervical disc replacements. This next generation treatment option is for patients who have severe pain radiating down their arm (radiculopathy) due to herniated discs.
Learn More about the Spinal Kinetics M6 RESTORE Clinical Study
Drs. Anthony and Christopher Yeung and Dr. Justin Field recently contributed a chapter to the book Surgical Approaches to the Spine – a step-by-step,
state-of-the-art procedural manual that covers over 50 unique surgical approaches for injuries and conditions of the spine.
Their chapter, entitled “Endoscopic Foraminal Approach to the Lumbar Spine” goes into greater detail about the procedure, how it was developed and what to look for.
To preview and purchase the eBook, visit:
Surgical Approaches to the Spine on Springer.com
How you start the day is important; it sets the tone for everything to follow. Dr. Nima Salari was recently featured by Becker’s Spine Review’s Laura Dyrda about how he, as a high-energy spine surgeon, starts his day.
I strive to get to the gym in the morning. Consistency has been an issue. A solid breakfast is key. I don’t drink coffee.
Continue Reading “How high-energy spine surgeons start their day — 5 things to know”
Dr. Justin Field was voted 2014 Top 10 Doctor – one of Phoenix Metro Area’s Top 10 Orthopedic Surgeon Specialists by Vitals. Congratulations!
What a fun day! Over 275 people showed up for the first annual WGYB RACE in Scottsdale on February 8, 2014. Race proceeds benefitted The Spinal Research Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to finding new cures for those suffering from spinal disorders. Patients who have overcome their back or neck pain received special “Spinal Champion” tees to honor them on race day.
Thank you so much to the race sponsors and volunteers who made this day possible. We look forward to another great race in February 2015!
Race Results:“WE’VE GOT YOUR BACK” RACE A GREAT SUCCESS
View all of the race photos:A SPECIAL “THANK YOU”