Controlled Evaluation of the Ability of Non-Autologous Fibrin to Mechanically Repair Intra-Vertebral Discs

A Controlled Evaluation of the Ability

of Non-Autologous Fibrin to Mechanically Repair Intra-Vertebral Discs

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About this course

This course will be an exhaustive investigation of the pathophysiology of low back pain including the role of the Intra-Vertebral Disc. Learn the strategies the Dr. Pauza uses to seal ripped/torn annulus fibrosis using allogenic fibrin…

  • Spinal Anatomy
  • Low Back Pain
  • Extracellular Matrices
  • Surgical Outcomes
Kevin Pauza, M.D. is a 
Founding Partner of 
Texas Spine and Joint Hospital.

SPECIALTY

  • Disc Biologics
  • Interventional Spine

Prior to attending Penn State University, Dr. Pauza earned his undergraduate degree from Lehigh University, and furthered his training with a Surgical and Medical Internship at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. He continued his specialty training at the University of Pennsylvania, followed by an Interventional Spine Fellowship. In addition to his research, philanthropic, and clinical endeavors, Dr. Pauza remains a motivated educator. He established a Spine Fellowship program and continues training physicians from around the world. He heads international committees responsible for establishing standards and educating surgical and non-surgical physicians.

Course content

Section 1

Lesson 1

Kevin Pauza, M.D.

Founding Partner, Texas Spine and Joint Hospital

Topic(s) of Interest

Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative medicine is a branch of translational research in tissue engineering and molecular biology which deals with the "process of replacing, engineering or regenerating human cells, tissues or organs to restore or establish normal function".

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