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Dr. Ra'Kerry Rahman
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Dr. Rahman is a highly skilled spine surgeon who treats all pediatric and adult spine problems. He specializes in helping patients with spinal deformities (such as scoliosis, and kyphosis), and neck pain problems (such as cervical myelopathy, which can cause problems with balance and fine motor skills) and neck and arm pain problems (such as cervical radiculopathy, which can also cause numbness, weakness, and tingling in the arms and hands).
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Dr. Rahman and his team provide expert care for their spine patients. Dr. Rahman is highly involved with scientific research into advanced spine technologies (such as image guided and minimally invasive surgery, or MIS), and has published scientific papers in leading medical journals. Patients who see Dr. Rahman can trust that he will combine his exceptional training and experience, with genuine concern and care for his patients, to achieve the best possible results.
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Dr. Rhaman is a highly skilled spine surgeon who treats all pediatric and adult spine problems. He specializes in helping patients with spinal deformities (such as scoliosis, and kyphosis), and neck pain problems (such as cervical myelopathy, which can cause problems with balance and fine motor skills) and neck and arm pain problems (such as cervical radiculopathy, which can also cause numbness, weakness, and tingling in the arms and hands). Trained by some of the world’s leading spinal deformity and cervical (neck) surgeons,
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Dr. Rahman is looking forward to attending th Cervical Spine Research Society meeting today through Sunday.
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Dr. Rahman is a proud member of Scoliosis Research Society, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society, Society of Lateral Access Surgery, and Cervical Spine Research Society.
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Traditionally, spine surgery was performed through large incisions, so the spine surgeon could see the anatomy being worked on. However, the large incision often made for lengthy, painful recoveries for the patients.

Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery (MISS) is a way of doing spine surgery through very small incisions. The result of operating through these small incisions is remarkable.
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