Reno, Nevada--In order to better serve Northern Nevada communities, Spine Nevada Minimally Invasive Spine Institute recently opened a new spine and musculoskeletal office in the Midtown area of Reno
The new office is located at 1699 S. Virginia Street, Suite 101.
It’s natural to have a Spine Nevada office in Midtown to meet the needs of consumers in Midtown Reno. The Midtown office offers Physical Therapy as well as clinical office visits. The Midtown Reno area is flourishing and undergoing a major Virginia Street Project. This is noticeable in the Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County $80-million investment in our community to create a connection between Midtown Reno and the University of Nevada, Reno (UNR), and further support economic development and improve livability in the Midtown area. Read more here.
Reno, Nevada (November 25, 2019) – Spine Nevada's Dr. Edward Perry will serve at Chief of Neurosurgery at Renown Regional Medical Center. During his tenure, Dr. Perry will make great efforts to ensure that each patient receives the best possible neurological specialty care. "We will strive to continue the advancement of new minimally invasive technology to provide exceptional outcomes for patients," explains Dr. Perry.
Dr. Edward Perry joined the SpineNevada team after completing fellowship training in Complex Spine at the Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville in the Department of Neurosurgery. Fellowship training is the highest level of medical education in the U.S. Dr. Perry as well serves as Assistant Clinical Professor in the School of Medicine at University of Nevada, Reno. He serves as instructor and mentor to medical students and has on-going clinical research projects with several students at UNR School of Medicine. Meet Dr. Edward Perry here.
Reno, Nevada (October 14, 2019) – Saint Mary’s Regional Medical Center, a member of Prime Healthcare, became a leader in the field of robotic guidance and navigation through the purchase of ExcelsiusGPS®. This revolutionary robotic navigation platform is the world’s first technology to combine a rigid robotic arm and full navigation capabilities into one adaptable platform for accurate trajectory alignment in spine surgery. ExcelsiusGPS® is Globus Medical’s advanced technology solution designed to enhance safety and improve efficiency for patients, staff and surgeons in the operating room.
"SpineNevada's practice philosophy and desire is to offer the best plan of care for each patient," says Dr. Shane Abdunnur, fellowship-trained spine neurosurgeon at Spine Nevada and Chief of Neurosurgery at Saint Mary’s Regional Medical Center. "Being able to work with doctors in other disciplines at Spine Nevada and partner with Saint Mary’s in the use of the Globus robotic system, allows us to develop care plans to optimize surgical outcomes and enable patients to get back to active lifestyles as quickly as possible." Learn and watch more here.
Dr. James Lynch was a keynote presenter at the 3rd International Meeting on WEIGHT-BEARING MRI, his presentation was on Competitive Advantages of Weight-Bearing MRI in Surgical Planning. The Esaote G-Scan Brio is a weight-bearing MRI. This InMotion MRI allows the technology to image you in both the supine (flat on your back) position and the standing position. The MRI table actually rotates from the horizontal position to a vertical position which allows pictures to be taken while the neck and low back are in a weight bearing state. Studies reveal 20-30% larger or more frequent findings with WEIGHT-BEARING INMOTION MRI imaging than traditional non-weight bearing MRI.
Dr. James Lynch is the CEO and Founder of Spine Nevada and IXE Healthcare Group. Dr. Lynch is one of a handful of spine surgeons with three fellowships in the specialty of spine surgery. He has been a consultant neurosurgeon in the Reno area since 2000 after completing his neurosurgery residency at Mayo Clinic and spine fellowships at Queens Square in London and Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix. Meet Dr. Lynch and watch Dr. Lynch's Keynote here.Learn more about the InMotion MRI, weight-bearing and tiltable here.
James J. Lynch, MD, FACS, FAANS, Board Certified Spinal Neurosurgeon, Fellowship Trained Spine Surgeon, presented a Keynote address at the Annual Becker's Spine and ASC conference on June 15, 2019.
Photo of Scott Becker, JD, CPA with Dr. James Lynch at the Becker's Spine and ASC conference.
Dr. James Lynch is the CEO and Founder of Spine Nevada and IXE Healthcare Group. His presentation was entitled, “Establishing a Comprehensive Musculoskeletal Ortho / Neuro/ Primary Network- The 5 Critical Tenets.” He brings insights to the topic from 25 years of experience as a board-certified spinal neurosurgeon specializing in complex spine surgery, cervical disorders, degenerative spine, spinal deformities, trauma, tumor infection and minimally invasive spine surgery. Learn more and watch the Keynote here.
James J. Lynch, MD, FACS, FAANS, Board Certified Spinal Neurosurgeon, Fellowship Trained Spine Surgeon, and a Director of Spine Services at Regent Surgical Health, will share a keynote address at Becker’s 17th Annual Future of Spine + The Spine, Orthopedic & Pain Management-Driven ASC Conference, slated for June 13-15 in Chicago.
A partner with Regent in the Surgery Center of Reno, NV, Dr. Lynch has been performing minimally invasive spine surgery techniques since 2002 and performs more than 500 spine surgeries per year in both hospital and outpatient center settings. He is recognized as an expert in cervical spine disorders and performs over 200 cervical spine fusions a year.
Dr. Lynch will speak on “Establishing a Comprehensive Musculoskeletal Ortho / Neuro/ Primary Network- The 5 Critical Tenets.” He brings insights to the topic from 25 years of experience as a board-certified spinal neurosurgeon specializing in complex spine surgery, cervical disorders, degenerative spine, spinal deformities, trauma, tumor infection and minimally invasive spine surgery. Read more here.
University of Nevada Reno grad, Kelly Cass, was hit by a DUI driver in Sacramento in December 2018. Kelly has been rehabilitating with Thais Mollet, PT, DPT in the Sparks Spine Nevada Physical Therapy clinic.
On Monday, 4/22, during her physical therapy session and despite being told she’d never walk again, Kelly walked unassisted the longest distance since the December accident. Dr. James Lynch and SpineNevada have sponsored Kelly’s PT program. Kelly’s story was featured in the RGJ (in print and online) in April 2019. The story included footage of Thais and the Sparks physical therapy clinic. Watch and read more here.
RENO, NV (October 3, 2018)-- SpineNevada, a regional leader in comprehensive spine and musculoskeletal (MSK) care, is proud to announce its recognition as one of the Top 15 providers to work in Modern Healthcare’s 2018 National Best Places to Work in Healthcare program. The complete ranked list of 2018 winners is available here. Spine Nevada was the #1 Private Practice and #1 Spine Center on Modern Healthcare’s list. Read the complete release here.
Dr. Edward Perry of Spine Nevada presented at the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (#AANS) / Neurosurgery Research and Education Foundation (#NREF)'s Senior Residents' Course on MIS and Emerging Spinal Technologies course last week. The conference was held at Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix, AZ. Dr. Perry lectured on the Titan Spine nanoLOCK® Surface Technology: Utilizing Nanotechnology to Improve Clinical Outcomes Following Interbody Fusion Surgery.” It was a dynamic educational opportunity for the attendees. Congratulations to Dr. Perry, we are pleased to have you on our TEAM!! Learn more about Dr. Perry, please click here.
At the 16th Annual Becker's Spine Conference, James Lynch, MD, fellowship-trained spinal neurosurgeon and founder of SpineNevada, discussed how independent orthopedic and spine practices can survive in an increasingly competitive market. Patient education was a focus of Dr. Lynch during his keynote presentation. "To give patients a high value, high satisfaction experience, we need to be teaching patients they don't need to go to the emergency room for a cut finger, and we need to get them to focus on getting care in the right facility. In all this reform, we lost sight of getting patients to focus on primary care, and that's the most important thing."
Nate G., a reviewer of the presentation stated, "James Lynch’s keynote session was highly entertaining and he had some intriguing ideas for adding ancillaries. It was great seeing the work and successes that they have realized at SpineNevada." Dr. Lynch's keynote was also a topic of a recent Becker's Spine article, to read more, please click here.
05-30-2018 - (May 30, 2018) Reno, Nevada --SpineNevada, a regional leader in comprehensive spine and musculoskeletal care, is proud to announce its recognition by Modern Healthcare’s 2018 Best Places to Work in Healthcare program. Modern Healthcare will publish a special supplement featuring ranked lists of all the winners along with the October 1 issue. To read the complete release, please click here.
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