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The Spine Hospital at The Neurological Institute of New York is dedicated to the evaluation and treatment of patients suffering from disorders of the spine and spinal cord. Our team of clinical professionals responds to individual patient needs by providing innovative non-operative & operative treatments.

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What Is Normal, Anyway? Dr. Anderson Looks at Cervical Spine Growth in Children and Adolescents

Sep. 15, 2016

spine growthAnyone who has had the pleasure of seeing a child develop can marvel at how differently the various parts of the body grow. For example, most head growth takes place within the first few years of life. On the other hand, anyone who has had to purchase shoes for a teenager can attest to the rapid growth of the feet during adolescence.

The miracles of growth and development are likely what attract many doctors to specialize in the care of children and teenagers. Yet those miracles also come with unique challenges: Because children are not simply miniature adults, their physical characteristics are often quite different.

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Welcome Dr. Larry Lo to The Spine Hospital!

Sep. 8, 2016

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Osteoporosis and Spine Fusion: A Tough Union

Aug. 26, 2016

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Recent Patient Stories

Dr. Angevine Helps Elizabeth Get Back to Her Normal Life

Apr. 15, 2016

ColumbiaSpine_Angevine_SachsIn spite of having problems with her spine as a child, Elizabeth Sachs lived a pretty active, pain-free life.

When she was 65 she began to have pain, and some trouble walking. Not long after that pain started she began to have trouble standing. Just standing. She says, “I remember one day just hanging onto the kitchen counter because I felt myself sinking.” She also began to have trouble breathing. Continue Reading →

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Dr. Anderson’s Patient Marina Gets the Basketball Game of Her Dreams

Apr. 8, 2016

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Dr. Kaiser’s Patient Breaks His Back Snowmobiling, Gets Right Back in Action

Mar. 25, 2016

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