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South Palm Orthospine Institute Now Open: World Renowned Orthopedic Specialist and Author, Stewart G. Eidelson, Announced the New Practice with a Focus on Spine and Spinal Stenosis
Date:6/6/2008

Founder of SpineUniverse.com and South Florida Spinal Stenosis Foundation, the internationally acclaimed surgeon presents the new state-of-the-art research, technology and treatment centers in Delray, Boynton Beach & Boca

Raton.

BOYNTON BEACH, Fla., June 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Internationally acclaimed orthopedic surgeon and medical author, Dr. Stewart G. Eidelson, officially launched the new South Palm Orthospine Institute. Now open, as of August, 2007, the Institute presents patients with specialized spinal services including access to the latest technologically advanced treatments by Eidelson and his affiliates of world class doctors.

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The mission of the Institute is to offer a comprehensive center for medical care and treatment of spinal disorders by focusing on research, education and the newest technologies in minimally invasive surgeries. "We only perform surgery as a final option," says Eidelson. "In most cases, non surgical methods are highly successful and only 10% of our patients actually require surgery."

"It is a great pleasure to present South Florida with a very focused orthopedic institute that goes beyond the scope of traditional remedies for spine conditions. We specialize in the most efficient, advanced and minimally-invasive spinal treatments and surgical procedures available today," Eidelson says.

A champion of IPD procedures, considered the "Miracle Cure" for spinal stenosis, Eidelson founded the Orthospine Institute on the principle of making minimally-invasive and technologically-advanced surgical procedures available to patients in order to provide a fast rehabilitation time and a 100% return to their normal level of activity. After undergoing an IPD procedure, patients are usually back at home the next day and returning to their
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