The Center for Spine and Orthopedics, in partnership with the Spine Education and Research Foundation (SERF), focuses on clinical research on musculoskeletal problems and care. This integrated partnership provides access to substantial expertise and clinical data to support orthopaedic research. Our goal is to conduct clinical research that will translate to improvements in patient care and outcomes. Each research project undergoes a formal review by SERF’s community based Board of Directors and review by an outside Institutional Review Board, if required.
As part of our spine care research goals, the Center for Spine and Orthopedics, in conjunction with the Spine Education and Research Foundation, publishes articles in leading spine journals around the world, including those below. You will need Adobe Acrobat® Reader™ to view the following PDF files:
THE USE OF COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY ANGIOGRAPHY TO DEFINE THE PREVERTEBRAL VASCULAR ANATOMY PRIOR TO ANTERIOR LUMBAR PROCEDURES
Jason C. Datta, MD; Michael E Janssen, DO; Ruth Beckham, RN, BSN; and Caroline Ponce
Spine Education and Research Foundation, Denver, CO
SPINE Volume 32, Number 1, pp 113-119
January 1, 2007
CERVICAL DISC REPLACEMENT vs. ACDF
Janssen, M. E., D.O.; Alan S. Hilibrand, M.D.; and Jeffrey C. Wang, M.D.
Spine Education and Research Foundation and Center for Spinal Disorders, PC, Denver, CO
SpineLine, Current Concepts, pp 17-21
FUSION X DISC REPLACEMENT FOR DISCOGENIC PAIN
Michael E. Janssen, DO and Chi Lam, MS
Center for Spinal Disorders, P.C. and Spine Education and Research Foundation, Denver, CO
AO Dialogue Controversies