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Michael G. Vitale, MD, MPH creates a unique app designed to allow users to measure, record and track childhood scoliosis.
The SRS 54th Annual Meeting, held from September 18-21 in Montréal, Canada, features lectures, presentations, and research from Columbia Orthopedics faculty and residents.
Michael Vitale, MD, published a book on spine surgery safety for spine surgeons and other healthcare professionals titled “Safety in Spine Surgery: Transforming Patient Care and Optimizing Outcomes.”
- May 7, 2019
Grateful patient of Dr. Michael Vitale and Dr. Richard Anderson puts on local cabaret performance to raise money for pediatric scoliosis research.
- April 27, 2019
A group of national experts, led by Drs. Benjamin Roye and Michael Vitale, met at SOSORT 2019 to establish best practice guidelines for non-operative care of adolescent idiopathic scoliosis.
- February 14, 2018
Columbia Orthopedics sports medicine specialists' survey on adolescent ACL treatment trends published in the Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics
- February 13, 2018
Dr. Michael Vitale, Dr. Benjamin Roye, and Hiroko Matsumoto were published in Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics for their research.
- February 13, 2018
The Spine Team established best practice guidelines using the consensus of 16-fellowship-trained spine surgeons to avert wrong-level spinal deformity surgery.
Source:The New York TimesJuly 19, 2017
NGO focused on treatment of children with clubfeet in low-resource countries, and co-founded by Dr. Hyman, was featured in the New York Times
- November 1, 2016
Dr. Michael Vitale, Chief of Pediatric Spine and Scoliosis Surgery at Columbia Orthopedics, discusses the importance of advances in low-dose x-ray for pediatric spine patients
- August 30, 2016
NewYork-Presbyterian's quarterly newsletter - Advances in Orthopedics - shines a spotlight on the many achievements at Columbia Orthopedics this year.
Source:IEEE SpectrumFebruary 8, 2016
Columbia’s School of Engineering, in partnership with experts from the Division of Pediatric Orthopedics at Columbia Orthopedics are developing new, dynamic braces for children with scoliosis.