LOS ANGELES, June 17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Damage to the spine can happen for any number of reasons, whether it's a slip or fall, car accident, wear and tear from old age, or blunt injury. Unfortunately, people who have experienced back injury in the past have had to deal with back braces, reduced mobility, and elongated periods of pain and discomfort. However, with Dr. Seyed M. Rezaian's patented Spinal Fixator, patients are able to restore proper function to the spine and lead more productive lives.
The Rezaian Spinal Fixator was invented by Dr. Rezaian to replace the broken failed body of the vertebrae, and has been successfully used to relieve diseased or injured vertebral bodies, restore the height of collapsed vertebral bodies, and anteriorly decompress the spinal cord and neural tissues. The fixator itself looks like a kind of turnbuckle with flat plates on either side and 4 spikes protruding from each plate. By efficiently and dynamically replacing the compressed, burst, or damaged body of the vertebra, the Rezaian Spinal Fixator provides a world of change for patients who receive it. Unlike other devices for spine fractures, the spinal fixator is versatile enough to be useful for pretty much any fracture pattern of the thoracolumbar spine. Dr. Rezaian's extensive experience as an orthopedic surgeon in Los Angeles ensures that patients receive unmatched care under his hands.
Dr. Rezaian has been a Member of the Royal College of Physicians and the Royal College of Surgeons in London, England, since 1969. To date, Dr. Rezaian has performed over 1300 spine surgeries on patients ranging from 13 to 94 years of age. This broad spectrum in terms of age is a true testament to the safety and dependability of Dr. Rezaian's surgical procedures. With over three decades of experience performing both open back and endoscopic back surgery, it is no wonder that Dr. Rezaian has established himself as one of the premier providers of spine surgery in Los Angeles.
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|SOURCE California Orthopaedic Medical Clinic Public Relations|
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