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The Spine Hospital at The Neurological Institute of New York is dedicated to the evaluation and treatment of patients suffering from disorders of the spine and spinal cord. Our team of clinical professionals responds to individual patient needs by providing innovative non-operative & operative treatments.

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Neurosurgeon Dr. Peter Angevine Now Serving Patients Full Time at the Och Spine Hospital

Aug. 20, 2018

Since its inception three years ago, The Daniel and Jane Och Spine Hospital at NewYork-Presbyterian set out to be a global leader in spine care. To do this, they needed a state-of-the-art facility, but they also needed care givers at the very top of their game. We are so pleased to announce that as of today, our neurosurgeon Dr. Peter Angevine has joined their team full time.

“While I’ve been operating one day a week at the Och Spine Hospital for the last year and a half, I am very excited to be able to move all of my elective cases there and to have my outpatient clinics there as well,” says Dr. Angevine. “It’s another step closer to our goal of truly comprehensive, integrated spine care at one exceptional, state-of-the-art institution. There truly will be nothing else like it in the United States, if not the world.” Continue Reading →

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Seeing the Whole Picture: Dr. Johnson and NP Kostadinov on Better Patient Care Through Teamwork

Aug. 14, 2018


Dr. Feldstein’s Annual Tribute Picture to Residents, Unveiled

Jul. 31, 2018


Recent Patient Stories

For Chiari Surgery, Jack’s Family Traveled to Find Their “Home Team”

Aug. 8, 2018


Jack Cacace’s journey to pediatric neurosurgeon Dr. Richard Anderson started, of all things, with a shoulder injury. When Jack got checked into the boards (thrown into the side of the rink) during an ice hockey game, he received a visit to urgent care, a diagnosis of a mild shoulder separation and a recommendation to take an over-the-counter pain reliever as needed.

But, says his mom, Josephine, over the next week or so Jack was just kind of “off.” The 12-year-old was tired a lot—he would go to sleep in the afternoon when he got home from school—and he was having headaches, headaches that seemed to be getting worse. Jack’s mom began to wonder if there was something going on besides a shoulder injury.

There was.

Jack’s pediatrician was concerned that Jack might have a concussion—and that if he did, the particular pain reliever he had been taking for his shoulder injury might have increased his risk of bleeding in the brain. So out of an abundance of caution, she ordered a CT scan to check for bleeds.

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For Chiari Surgery, Jack’s Family Traveled to Find Their “Home Team”

Aug. 8, 2018


Lucky is the Man with the Titanium Cage in his Spine

Apr. 13, 2018

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