Physicians Committed To Life-Long Learning
In today’s environment, remaining competent impacts everything from quality of care and patient satisfaction to employee morale and public relations.
Physicians at the Center for Advanced Spinal Surgery are enganging in an ongoing life-long learning process to remain at the forefront of Spinal Surgery. This is done via a variety of activities including national and international meetings, CME programs, but increasingly through peer-to-peer exchange that takes place in a network of physicians.
Drs. Chad Cole & Lewandrowski discussing interbody fusion during a training lab at the Clinical Neurosiences Center at University of Utah in Salt Lake City, Dec 2009
The Center for Advanced Spinal Surgery offers learning opportunities for all interested spine care providers in a non-competitive environment using a non-adversarial mutually beneficial process. We belief that this ultimately has more positive outcome for physicians, organizations, and the community at large.
This site links to a number of short instructional technique videos of some of the surgeries commonly performed by the physicians at the Center for Advanced Spinal Surgery of Southern Arizona.
Please contact us if you are interested in discussing peer-to-peer learning exchange with one of the physicians working at the Center for Advanced Spinal Surgery of Southern Arizona.
PLEASE CONTACT US AT:
Center for Advanced Spinal Surgery of Southern Arizona, 4787 E. Camp Lowell Drive, Tucson AZ 85712
Re: Peer-to-Peer Exchange
Phone: 520-204-1495, Fax: 623-218-1215
Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org