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Orthopaedic & Spine Institute Welcomes Hongbo Liu, M.D.
Date:3/3/2013

San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) March 03, 2013

The Orthopaedic and Spine Institute (OSI) welcomes Hongbo Liu, M.D., as its newest orthopaedic and spinal surgeon. The Institute relies on quality over quantity, and thereby counts on its physicians to give each patient as much time and attention as he or she requires. With Dr. Liu’s background of attention to detail and critical thinking, he already practices the same standards as his new co-physicians. The OSI firmly believes that Dr. Hongbo is a perfect fit in their team of well-educated and experienced physicians.

Not only did Dr. Liu attain his medical degree at Harbin Medical School in Harbin, China, but he also graduated with three Outstanding Student Awards. Dr. Liu attended Peking Union Medical College Hospital, one of the best medical centers in China, for his orthopedic residency.

After finishing his residency, Dr. Liu achieved three fellowships in the United States. His first was in pediatric orthopedic surgery at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC). During his second fellowship, also at CCHMC, his primary focuses were on pediatric spine deformity and minimally invasive spine surgery. Dr. Liu’s third and final fellowship was at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, where he concentrated on adult spine surgery.

Hongbo Lui, M.D., is an asset to the OSI due to his extensive training in the area of spinal surgery. Early on in obtaining his medical degree, Dr. Liu put his focus into the fragile science of spine surgery, and has perfected it to a degree that makes him a remarkable addition to the OSI. But probably his most significant attainment is his cultivation at the Mayo Clinic.

In addition to providing his time and expertise for OSI, Dr. Hongbo Liu will also be practicing orthopedic surgeries and procedures for OSI’s new division, the Children’s Orthopaedic and Spine Center. This new division will specialize in the entir
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