ROSE MEDICAL CENTER PRESENTS “WHAT’S NEW IN SPINE CARE” -SEMINAR WILL FEATURE DR. SANJAY JATANA, CO-MEDICAL DIRECTOR OF THE ROSE SPINE INSTITUTE
Nov 18, 2013
Sanjay Jatana, M.D., will present an update on new treatments for spine disorders at “What’s New in Spine Care,” part of Rose Medical Center’s Spine Education Series. The seminar will be held from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. on September 23, 2013, at the Rose Learning Center, 4600 E. Hale Parkway, Denver.
Dr. Jatana, a board-certified, orthopedic spine surgeon and co-medical director of the Rose Spine Institute, will discuss new medical technologies and services used to treat spine disorders. The program will be worth one CME (Continuing Medical Education) credit for providers who attend.
Dr. Jatana focuses on general spinal surgery and has a special interest and training in the cervical spine (neck). He also specializes in treating patients who require repeat or revision surgery. He has been performing spine surgeries for 20 years and also served as an assistant clinical professor at the University of California Irvine School of Medicine.
About Rose Spine Institute
Rose Spine Institute, at Rose Medical Center in Denver, is a patient-centered program where world-class orthopedic spine surgeons and neurosurgeons provide high-quality, compassionate care and comfort for all patients. Rose Spine Institute has received the Gold Seal for quality care from the Joint Commission and has been recognized for high quality care and outcomes measures by Blue Cross and Aetna. With infection rates lower than the national average and patient satisfaction rates among the highest, Rose Spine Institute is committed to delivering an exceptional experience for patients. Learn more at www.rosemed.com.