Dr. Frank Cammisa is a spine surgeon practicing in New York City. He specializes in minimally invasive spine surgery, athletic spine injuries, microsurgery, computer-assisted spinal surgery, and motion preserving procedures. Dr. Cammisa attended Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons for his medical degree before going to the Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center for his general surgery residency training. He then went on to the prestigious Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) for his orthopedic surgery residency training and finally went to the University of Miami, Jackson-Memorial Medical Center for his fellowship training in spinal surgery.
Dr. Cammisa now serves as an attending surgeon at the HSS and a professor of orthopedic surgery at Weill Cornell Medical College. He has treated countless athletes from the New York Giants, Jets, and Knicks, and he also is a spine consultant for the NHL Player's Association.
Dr. Cammisa has written over 130 peer-reviewed scientific articles and more than 30 medical textbook chapters. He is a pioneer in his field, researching the use of computer-assisted image guidance and the artificial disk as a substitute to spinal fusion. Clearly a leader in his field, Dr. Cammisa is one of the top specialists in the world, and patients looking for orthopedic care should look into booking a consultation with him.
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