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Month: December 2017

Pro Cricketer Chris Gayle Chooses the LESS Institute for Surgery, Boasts Post-Procedure Record Breakers in BPL T20

Two years after international cricket star Chris Gayle underwent back surgery for a compressed nerve from a herniated disc at the LESS Institute, he’s trailing his journey to success in all the right places. Professor Dr. Kingsley R. Chin performed successful orthopedic surgery on Gayle back in August 2015, and Gayle has been soaring ever …

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Clinical Experience and Two Year Follow up With a One-Piece Viscoelastic Cervical Total Disc Replacement

Scientific Paper Kingsley Richard Chin, Jacob Ryan Lubinski, Kari Bracher Zimmers, Barry Eugene Sands, Fabio Pencle Interested medical professionals can read through the full paper, as published in the Journal of Spine Surgery, here. Background The purpose of this study is to present clinical outcome data from a 2-year post-market study of a viscoelastic one-piece cervical …

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Eligibility of Outpatient Spine Surgery Candidates in a Single Private Practice

Here, Becker’s ASC Review highlights 4 key points from this LES Society study conducted in part by The LESS Institute team. Scientific Paper Chin KR1,2, Pencle FJR2, Coombs AV3, Packer CF3, Hothem EA3, Seale JA2. Interested medical professionals can read through the full paper, also published in Clinical Spine Surgery, here. STUDY DESIGN Level III. PURPOSE To retrospectively review the eligibility of surgical patients meeting …

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