Britt Borden, a leading Chicago area neurosurgeon, has launched a video discussing the complexities of a spine surgery.
Online PR News – 18-August-2009 – – CHICAGO, IL – Neurosurgery expert, Dr. Britt Borden has announced the release of his new video titled 'Surgical Approaches To The Spine.' In the free video, Dr. Britt Borden MD discusses complex spine surgery for those interested in learning more about the procedure. While providing expert insight, Dr. Britt Borden succeeds in simplifying the complex information making the video also useful for patients looking for more information about a potential spine surgery.
Dr. Britt Borden's video can be viewed online at: http://www.youtube.com/brittborden.
Britt Borden MD is a qualified and experienced Chicago area neurosurgeon specializing in complex spine surgery. Having completed a brain surgery fellowship at the John H. Stoger Jr. Hospital of Cook County, the experienced doctor also performs brain tumor and pain relief surgery.
The video succinctly describes the surgical process for spine operations to the cervical spine, the thoracic spine and the lumbar spine. Anterior, posterior and lateral surgical approaches are discussed and viewers can learn about the details of each approach. Britt Borden also explains the use of each type of spine surgery so viewers can easily distinguish which type of surgery will be required for what purpose.
“I created the video to provide further insight into the world of spinal surgery. My goal was to provide some simplified information so a potential spinal surgery patient can better understand the procedure,” says Dr. Britt Borden.
In addition to describing the surgical procedure involved for each part of the spine, Dr. Britt Borden MD also goes discusses degeneration, discectomy, corpectomy, fracture, tumor, infection, metastatic tumors and metastatic cancer.
Dr. Britt Borden has previously been a team member of a research team studying the effects of DNA-based cytokine-secreting vaccine on cells regulating immune response. Additionally, Britt Borden conducted research on disseminated intravascular coagulation in head injury, intravascular papillary endothetal hyperplasia, the anatomy of cervical lateral mass screw placement, and an anatomical study focused on the anatomy of the cervical transverse foramen.
"I hope others will find my video useful and informative when trying to understand the intricacies of neurosurgery in general and spinal surgery in particular," concluded Borden.
About Dr. Britt Borden:
Dr. Britt Borden is a leading neurosurgeon in the Chicago area specializing in complex spine surgery, brain tumor surgery and pain relief surgery. Borden earned his MD from Robert Wood Johnson Medical school following which he pursued an internship at Northwestern University and completed his Neurosurgery Residency at West Virginia University.