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How a High Fidelity Spine Surgery Simulator Is Using Virtual Reality to Train Young Surgeons

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Dr. Alexander Satin, a Spine Surgeon at Texas Back Institute, passionate about minimally invasive robotic spine surgery and disc replacement joins eHealth Radio and the Health News & Orthopedic Channels.

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Dr. Alexander Satin discuss the following:

  1. Tell me more about your role with Texas Back Institute. How long have you been there?
  2. Tell us more about your new “high fidelity” spine simulator? How does it use virtual reality to train young surgeons?
  3. What do you think someone needs to be a good spine surgeon? Do you enjoy mentoring young surgeons?
  4. What benefits does being trained on simulators give surgeons?
  5. Why was Texas Back Institute chosen to use this new spine surgery simulator first?
  6. Lastly, is there any spine health tip you wish to share?

Dr. Alexander Satin, a Board-Certified Orthopedic Spine Surgeon at Texas Back Institute, graduated with honors from Johns Hopkins University after earning a degree in Biophysics. He received his medical degree from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine where he was elected into the Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor society and served as co-president of his class. Dr. Satin completed his Orthopaedic Surgery residency at the Hofstra University-Northwell Health system in New York.

Following his residency, Dr. Satin completed a Spine Surgery fellowship at Texas Back Institute. Dr. Satin is committed to advancing the field of spine surgery and improving patient care. He is Co-Director of the Spine Surgery fellowship at Texas Back Institute. He has presented original research and been an invited lecturer at meetings throughout North America and Europe. He has published over 30 peer-reviewed research articles and book chapters.

Dr. Satin is an active member of North American Spine Society, Society for Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery, and Cervical Spine Research Society. In his spare time, Dr. Satin enjoys traveling with his family, cooking, and golfing.

Website: https://texasback.com

Social Media Links:
Blog: https://texasback.com/blog
Facebook: https://facebook.com/texasbackinstitute
Youtube: https://youtube.com/texasbackinstitute
Instagram: https://instagram.com/texasback
Twitter: https://twitter.com/TexasBack

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Dr. Alexander Satin, a Spine Surgeon at Texas Back Institute, passionate about minimally invasive robotic spine surgery and disc replacement joins eHealth Radio and the Health News & Orthopedic Channels.

Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Dr. Alexander Satin discuss the following:

  1. Tell me more about your role with Texas Back Institute. How long have you been there?
  2. Tell us more about your new “high fidelity” spine simulator? How does it use virtual reality to train young surgeons?
  3. What do you think someone needs to be a good spine surgeon? Do you enjoy mentoring young surgeons?
  4. What benefits does being trained on simulators give surgeons?
  5. Why was Texas Back Institute chosen to use this new spine surgery simulator first?
  6. Lastly, is there any spine health tip you wish to share?

Dr. Alexander Satin, a Board-Certified Orthopedic Spine Surgeon at Texas Back Institute, graduated with honors from Johns Hopkins University after earning a degree in Biophysics. He received his medical degree from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine where he was elected into the Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor society and served as co-president of his class. Dr. Satin completed his Orthopaedic Surgery residency at the Hofstra University-Northwell Health system in New York.

Following his residency, Dr. Satin completed a Spine Surgery fellowship at Texas Back Institute. Dr. Satin is committed to advancing the field of spine surgery and improving patient care. He is Co-Director of the Spine Surgery fellowship at Texas Back Institute. He has presented original research and been an invited lecturer at meetings throughout North America and Europe. He has published over 30 peer-reviewed research articles and book chapters.

Dr. Satin is an active member of North American Spine Society, Society for Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery, and Cervical Spine Research Society. In his spare time, Dr. Satin enjoys traveling with his family, cooking, and golfing.

Website: https://texasback.com

Social Media Links:
Blog: https://texasback.com/blog
Facebook: https://facebook.com/texasbackinstitute
Youtube: https://youtube.com/texasbackinstitute
Instagram: https://instagram.com/texasback
Twitter: https://twitter.com/TexasBack

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