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OUR LESS INSTITUTE TEAM JOINS THE PACK (AGAIN!) WITH FOOD FOR THE POOR

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Our team joined the pack and Food for the Poor for another successful day of providing sustenance to hungry families abroad. Guatemala has one of the highest rates of chronic child malnutrition in the world, with less than half of rural Guatemalans with access to running water, only a quarter with availability of electricity and only about one …

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Utility of Mobile Apps for Video Conferencing to Follow Patients at Home After Outpatient Surgery

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Author Information Fabio J.R. Pencle1 MB BS, Amala Benny1, Kathleen A. Quijada BS3, Jason A. Seale2 MB BS, Kingsley R. Chin2, 3 MD Less Exposure Surgery (LES) Society. Less Exposure Surgery Specialists Institute (LESS Institute). Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine at Florida International University and Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine at Florida Atlantic University STUDY DESIGN Prospective questionnaire BACKGROUND …

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RADIOGRAPHIC AND HISTOLOGIC COMPARISON OF NANOFUSE® DBM AND A BIOACTIVE GLASS IN A RABBIT SPINAL FUSION MODEL

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NanoFuse is a biologic tech company acquired by Dr. Kingsley R. Chin, through his private equity firm KICVentures. Scientific Paper James F. Kirk , Gregg Ritter, Michael J. Larson, Robert C. Waters, Isaac Finger, John Waters, John H. Abernethy, Dhyana Sankar, James D. Talton and Ronald R. Cobb ABSTRACT Autologous bone has long been the …

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NANOFUSE® DBM: BIOACTIVE GLASS AND DBM FOR ENHANCED BONE HEALING

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NanoFuse is a biologic tech company acquired by Dr. Kingsley R. Chin, through his private equity firm KICVentures. BACKGROUND Bone void fi llers comprised of human demineralized bone matrix (DBM) in a biologically acceptable carrier are an important tool for the orthopedic surgeon. DBM-based bone-void fi llers aid in bone healing, minimize the need for …

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DECREASING RADIATION DOSE WITH FLUOROLESS STANDALONE ANTERIOR CERVICAL FUSION

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Scientific Paper Kingsley R. Chin, MD, Fabio J.R. Pencle, MB BS, Jason A. Seale, MB BS Interested medical professionals can read through the full paper, as published in the Journal of Spine Surgery, here. STUDY DESIGN Level III OBJECTIVE Adjacent segment disease and dysphagia remain concerns of anterior cervical discectomy and fusion (ACDF) with fixation using …

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Love Your Back and It Will Love You Right Back

Content by Esther Rodriguez & Ana Williams This Valentine’s Day, give a little love to the one who supports you most – your back. The muscles that maintain your movement and keep your life balanced deserve some TLC this February (and every month to follow!). TREAT YOURSELF (STARTING WITH YOUR BACK) Loving your back never felt so …

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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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