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What is a Spine Surgeon?

Spine Surgeons are professionals who have attended medical school and passed the required licensing exam. Spine Surgeon’s residency program is a 5-year commitment that prepares individuals to work in the field. The program offers doctors an opportunity to complete surgical rotations in areas such as general surgery, surgical ICU, internal medicine and the emergency room. Additionally, further rotations are offered in surgical subspecialties, such as cardiovascular and orthopedic surgery. The American Board of Orthopedic Surgery offers specialty certifications for spine surgeons. In order to earn certification, spine surgeons need to have experience in the specialty, obtain an endorsement and pass a written exam.

Hiring a Spine Surgeon

Hiring a spine surgeon? A spine surgeon is a great edition to a practice or hospital. Spine surgeons have their own patients and cases that they can work on autonomously. In a practice where there are non-operative spine specialists, the non-operating physician and spine surgeon can work in-tandem.   A spine surgeon will be an invaluable member of your team and each spine surgeon brings with them their own specialty and experience.


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