Dr. Kris E. Radcliff is a board certified and fellowship-trained spine surgeon at the Rothman Institute in Egg Harbor, New Jersey with eight years of experience in his field. Dr. Radcliff specializes in using the latest techniques for spinal reconstruction such as minimally invasive procedures and artificial disk replacement. Some of the specific procedures he performs include Cervical Artificial Disc Replacement, Complex Spine Surgery and Spinal Fusion.
Dr. Radcliff attended medical school at Duke University School of Medicine, and completed his orthopaedic surgery residency and spine surgery and spinal cord injury fellowship at Baylor College and Thomas Jefferson University.
Beyond treating his patients, he spends his time researching alternatives to the traditional forms of fusion surgery and has won awards for his work on comparing cervical disk replacement and fusion at the Cervical Spine Research Institute.
Dr. Radcliff has written about spinal conditions in more than 60 peer-reviewed publications and contributed to numerous textbooks. He is now an Associate Professor in the neurological and orthopedic surgery departments at Thomas Jefferson University.
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