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North American Spine Partners With University General Hospital to Bring Back Pain Relief to Houston Patients

Tue, 10/05/2010 - 8:32am
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DALLAS, Oct. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- North American Spine is pleased to announce a new partnership with University General Hospital in Houston, TX to bring back pain relief to Houston patients.  Starting in October, Houston doctors specially trained by North American Spine will perform the revolutionary AccuraScope™ Procedure to diagnose and treat lumbar back pain.  Currently, doctors trained by North American Spine are located in Dallas, TX.

University General Hospital is a physician-owned, 72-bed acute care hospital designed to suit the most exacting requirements of superb, state-of-the-art medical treatment.   University General Hospital offers the highest level of service, is competitively priced and is more affordable than most other hospitals.  

"North American Spine is excited to be expanding into an important new market with a high caliber partner, University General Hospital," said Chris Lloyd, CEO of North American Spine.  "UGH will be instrumental in bringing our exciting medical advancements to the greater Houston community."

In addition to the Houston market, North American Spine plans to expand its elite group of hand-selected specialists and Partner Hospitals in select worldwide markets including the New York/New Jersey metro area as well as Southern California in late 2010.

For more information on North American Spine's minimally invasive procedures, please visit www.northamericanspine.com.

About North American Spine

North American Spine's revolutionary AccuraScope™ Discectomy and Neural Decompression (D.N.D.) procedure is a minimally invasive, natural opening procedure used to both diagnose and treat disc problems on multiple levels directly at their source. The procedure takes approximately 30-45 minutes with patients usually being discharged in ab

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