Becker’s Spine Review, the spine publication of the Becker’s Healthcare family of reviews, recognizes Azalea’s spine specialist Dr. Raabe and his use of robotic technology during spinal surgery.
From Becker’s Spine Review:
By Laura Dyrda
December 15, 2014
Is robotic technology becoming more common in spine surgery?
Robotic technology for orthopedic and spine surgery procedures is evolving, and surgeon opinions and use are changing as well. A recent panel at the North American Spine Society Annual Meeting discussed robotic technology and recent data released. Click here to read that article.
Additionally, here are 70 spine surgeons who use perform procedures using robotic technology:
Todd M. Raabe, MD: Dr. Raabe is an adult and pediatric spinal specialist with Azalea Orthopedics in Tyler, Texas. He has experience using the Mazor Robotics system for robotic-guided spine surgery. Throughout his career, Dr. Raabe has given presentations and published articles based on his research in spinal care. He is a member of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons and completed fellowships at the Colorado Spine Center and Rocky Mountain Spine Center in Aurora, Colo.
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