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March 27, 2019 | 5:00AM CDT

Robotics in Complex Spine Surgery and Case Studies in Intraoperative Blood Management

Robotic-Assisted Spinal Surgery

More and more surgeons are opting to perform robotic-assisted spinal surgery because it's proven to be consistently accurate across a wide variety of patients and procedures, leading to less patient blood loss and transfusions.

Taking an MIS Approach

Robotic-assisted spinal surgery allows for utilization of an MIS approach and customization for each patient.

The Hemostatic Benefits

Cervical and lumbar arthroplasty are effective, safe, durable options for treatment of disc related spondylosis. Hemostasis is critical both during and after the procedure to avoid return to the OR.

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Dr. Payam Moazzaz, MD

Orthopedic Surgeon, Minimally Invasive and Robotic Spine Surgery, Scripps Memorial Hospital, Encinitas, CA

Dr. Moazzaz treats patients who have scoliosis, degenerative disc disease, spinal fractures and spinal tumors. He has performed or teamed with a surgeon partner on more than 1,000 robotic spine surgeries, including complex adult spinal deformity cases involving several vertebral levels.

Dr. Neville Alleyne, MD

Orthopedic Surgeon, Minimally Invasive and Robotic Spine Surgery, Scripps Memorial Hospital, Encinitas, CA

Neville Alleyne, MD, is one of the nation’s leading surgeons specializing in robotic spine procedures. Caring for thousands of orthopedic patients in San Diego County since 1989, he is on staff at Scripps Memorial Hospital Encinitas.

Dr. J. Scott Price, MD

Orthopedic Surgeon, ProOrtho Clinic and EvergreenHealth Medical Center, Kirkland, Washington

Dr. Price received his medical degree from University of Washington School of Medicine in Seattle, graduating with honors and earning membership in Alpha Omega Alpha, the national medical honor society.  He currently practices at ProOrtho Clinic and EvergreenHealth Medical Center in Kirkland, Washington.