Spine, Spine


Trauma/Fractures, Tumor/Oncology

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My approach to treating patients

I am an orthopaedic surgeon subspecializing in disorders of the spine. I trained at New York University and at The Hospital for Joint Diseases in New York City. I completed advanced training in spinal surgery in the departments of Neurosurgery and Orthopaedic Surgey at New York University.

Many of my patients are effectively managed with non-operative treatments. Conservative measures often include physical therapy, medications and epidural injections. In those patients who have not improved after a comprehensive non-operative regimen, surgical cures are often posssible.

Disorders commonly treated include: Herniated Lumbar and Cervical Disks, Spinal Stenosis, Spondylolisthesis, Scoliosis, Spinal Trauma, Tumors and infections of the spine and vertebral compression fractures.

I employ the newest pain management techniques including epidural and caudal injections, spinal cord stimulator and morphine pump implantation and kyphoplasty for the treatment of vertebral compression fractures.

I pride myself on the individual attention each of my patients is given. Prior to your visit, you may want to browse the patient information section on this website to learn a bit more about your condition. Also visit the Spine Institute of South Florida Web site for additional information.

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Contact Information

Spine Institute of South Florida 5210 Linton Boulevard Suite103 Delray Beach, Fl USA 33484 View map Phone 561 381 4271 Fax 561 381 4273

Other staff in my practice

Edward Chung, M.D.

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