Tag: New York

Dr. Lenke Co-Chairs International Spinal Deformity Symposium

Posted on October 30, 2019

5TH Annual International Spinal Deformity Symposium (ISDS): December 6–7, 2019; Convene Conference Center + The Muse Hotel; New York City, New York —This comprehensive program includes sessions are structured to tackle each deformity condition from beginning to end, including: Review of relevant research Analysis ... Read More

Standing Tall: One Teen’s Transformative Spine Surgery

Posted on July 19, 2019

Dr. Lenke performs vertebral column resection NEW YORK — Seattle native Solomiya D. suffered spinal cord infections as a baby, which caused her to develop severe scoliosis. As she got older, the scoliosis worsened, creating a large protruding bump on ... Read More

“World-Renowned Spinal Surgeon Saves And Changes Lives” —Notre Dame Article

Dr. Lawrence Lenke ’82 is a world-renowned spinal surgeon. He is often the last resort for patients from around the globe in need of his life-changing and, in some cases, life-saving abilities. But his interior decorating skills could use some work. Walk ... Read More

Dr. Lenke, Chairman, 4th Annual International Spinal Deformity Symposium (ISDS)

Posted on December 05, 2018

Dr. Lenke was a Chairman of The 4th Annual International Spinal Deformity Symposium (ISDS), November 30 - December 1, 2018. Held in New York City, this highly interactive, case-based spine meeting tackled spinal deformity cases from A-Z, including: Review of ... Read More

CNN Highlights Dr. Lenke’s Ability to Treat Severe Spinal Deformity

Posted on October 26, 2018

This teen's body was 'bending by the hour.' His 18th surgery changed his life. By Roni Selig and Arman Azad, CNN: see full article > John S. was at a baseball game when his mother Joanne found the bloodied T-shirts in his ... Read More

AOSpine Article: Larry Lenke—The Ripple Effect

Posted on July 27, 2018

From AOSpine  |  Newsletter 17  |  July 2018   |  The Ripple Effect:  He's one of the world’s leading surgeons in spine deformity. Here, he discusses his belief in shared learning, tells why he has abandoned anterior approaches and explains why he ... Read More

S3P Summit Instructs National Audience About Spine Surgery Safety Advances

The Safety in Spine Surgery project was thrilled to have hosted the 3rd Annual Safety in Spine Surgery Summit on Friday, April 20, 2018 at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital. The event brought together a diverse audience of spine surgeons, OR directors and ... Read More

Dr. Lawrence Lenke Co-chairs 2nd Safety in Spine Surgery Summit

First, do no harm: Dr. Michael Vitale, Dr. Lawrence Lenke on 2nd Safety in Spine Surgery Summit Courtesy of Becker's Spine Review; by Megan Wood; A significant gap in spine surgery safety awareness struck Michael Vitale, MD MPH, of New York City-based NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia Orthopedics, ... Read More