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FDA Trial on P-15 Published in the Spine Journal

FDA Trial on P-15 Published in the Spine Journal

| April 26, 2016

The FDA Trial on P-15, co–authored by the Center for Spine and Orthopedic’s Dr. Michael Janssen, was published in the Spine Journal. After years of diligent work, the FDA Trial on P-15 was recently completed. Read more about the paper, Efficacy of i-FactorTM Bone Graft versus Autograft in Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion: Results of the […]

Michael E. Janssen Contribution to Prodisc Paper at ISSAS 2016

Michael E. Janssen Contribution to Prodisc Paper at ISSAS 2016

| April 22, 2016

The Center for Spine and Orthopedic’s own Michael E. Janssen recently attended ISSAS 2016. At this event a paper he co-authored was presented and recognized with the Outstanding Paper Award, as well as a $10,000 grant! Dr.  Michael Janssen, working alongside J. Spivak, J. Zigler, B. Darden, and K. Radcliff, co-authored paper #336 The Positive Effect of […]

Degenerative Disc Disease as Explained by Dr. Michael Janssen of Center for Spine and Orthopedics

Degenerative Disc Disease as Explained by Dr. Michael Janssen of Center for Spine and Orthopedics

| April 15, 2016

Check out the video, below, featuring our own Dr. Michael Janssen. In the interview, he explains the ailment known as Degenerative Disc Disease. Additionally, he expands on how the disease is managed, as well as how we, at the Center for Spine and Orthopedics, treat the disease. Stay tuned for more insightful videos on Spinecare […]

Dr. Yancheng Liu’s Fellowship and Western Cultural Tour in Denver

Dr. Yancheng Liu’s Fellowship and Western Cultural Tour in Denver

| April 9, 2016

Check out this wonderful first-hand account and review by a recent Fellow, Dr. Yancheng Liu, who worked with our own Dr. Janssen and Dr. Morreale! This was my first Spine fellowship outside of China. With some excited feeling, I arrived at Denver International Airport on December 10th 2015. At the luggage claim station, surprisingly, I heard […]

AOSpine Advanced Symposium in Shanghai, Featuring Dr. Michael Janssen

AOSpine Advanced Symposium in Shanghai, Featuring Dr. Michael Janssen

| April 2, 2016

The Center for Spine and Orthopedic’s own Dr. Michael Janssen is participating as the International Faculty at the 2016 AOSpine Advanced Symposium focusing on the Cervical Spine later this month in Shanghai, China. Dr. Michael Janssen will be speaking on Day 1, Saturday, April 9, 2016, session 4, covering Deformity, Cervical Kyphosis: Treatment Strategies. He […]

Tips to Utilize Exercise in Easing Back Pain

Tips to Utilize Exercise in Easing Back Pain

| March 27, 2016

Check out these tips to ease back pain from from Dana Santas, professional yoga instructor and adviser for many professional athletes in the NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB, and PGA circuits. Whether you’re a corporate desk jockey or a major league baseball player, chances are you’ve experienced back pain that impacted job performance. It’s one of […]

Do Women Who Exercise During Pregnancy Have Less Back Pain?

Do Women Who Exercise During Pregnancy Have Less Back Pain?

| March 19, 2016

Certain types of exercise can lower the risk of back pain during pregnancy. Back pain during pregnancy comes from the more pronounced curvature of the spine that results when the abdomen expands and alters a woman’s center of gravity.

Dr. Michael Janssen Visits Beijing for International Spine Symposium

Dr. Michael Janssen Visits Beijing for International Spine Symposium

| March 11, 2016

The Center for Spine and Orthopedics’ Dr. Michael Janssen recently traveled to China for a whirlwind trip, stopping at 5 hospitals in 5 days! The International AO Foundation sponsored the 5–day event, which was a follow–up to a visit Dr. Janssen made back in 2004. During his trip, Dr. Janssen spoke at the Scientific Forum […]

SI Joint Pain

SI Joint Pain

| March 1, 2016

The sacroiliac (SI) joint can be a source of back pain for many patients. The joint is composed of the sacrum (bottom portion of the spine) and the iliac crest (part of your pelvis). The joint does not have a broad range of motion like other joints in the body. It does, however, use its […]

AO Spine Features Dr. Michael Janssen — German Ochoa Traveling Fellowship Award Winner

AO Spine Features Dr. Michael Janssen — German Ochoa Traveling Fellowship Award Winner

| February 26, 2016

Check out this wonderful article by AO Spine about the Center for Spine and Orthopedics’ Dr. Michael Janssen, winner of the 2015 German Ochoa Traveling Fellowship Award! When Michael Janssen won the German Ochoa Traveling Fellowship his plan to visit his past Fellows was an admirable and ambitious plan however he is succeeding in his […]