Southwest Scoliosis Institute is pleased to announce that its team will be performing complex spinal surgery procedures at the state-of-the-art Medical City Spine Hospital, opening in October 2019. Combined with the leading edge research and experience of Southwest Scoliosis Institute, patients will receive a uniquely personalized quality care plan and improved experiences and outcomes.
“When we start working smarter by utilizing the best technology available patient experiences and outcomes improve,” said Richard Hostin, MD, President of Southwest Scoliosis Institute. “This is an exciting time for all of us, as we look forward to helping more people reclaim their lives from pain.”
Southwest Scoliosis Institute will be part of delivering comprehensive spine care treatments for spine disorders ranging from common to rare and hard-to-treat conditions at the 24-bed facility. Patients will be treated by nationally recognized, board-certified and fellowship-trained surgeons such as Richard Hostin, MD, Medical Director of the Medical City Scoliosis & Advanced Spine Center, Ioannis Alexander Avramis, MD, Director of Research at Medical City Scoliosis & Advanced Spine Center and Shyam Kishan, MD, Medical Director of Medical City Children’s Hospital Orthopedics & Spine.
“Expert physicians, leading-edge technology and equipment, and unparalleled amenities will establish Medical City Spine Hospital as the destination of choice for spine care excellence,” said Chris Mowan, CEO of Medical City Dallas. “This intense focus on advanced spine care will contribute to outstanding outcomes with faster recoveries and an enhanced patient experience.”
Southwest Scoliosis Institute physicians are trained in modern spine surgical techniques and specialize in pediatric, adolescent and adult spinal conditions and deformities, including many types of revision surgeries. With more than 40 years of combined medical expertise, the practice actively conducts industry-leading scoliosis research and has contributed to numerous articles, projects, book chapters, and publications. The team has evaluated more than 27,000 spine patients from around the world and performed over 5,600 surgeries.
“The combined specialties of the new Medical City Spine Hospital and Southwest Scoliosis Institute will enable us to continue setting the standard for quality spine care,” said Dr. Hostin. “As leaders in spine health who practice evidence based care along with research, we will continue to offer hope and healing for patients with more complex cases from across the country and abroad. “
Medical City Spine Hospital is conveniently located next to the future Medical City Heart Hospital, near Medical City Dallas across U.S. Highway 75 at Forest Lane.