Stony Brook Medicine: Jonathan Raanan, MD, Discusses Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation for Back Pain
Jonathan Raanan, MD, a board-certified physiatrist and Director of Outpatient Services for Stony Brook’s Neurosurgery Spine Center, is also Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) at Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University. In practice at Stony Brook Medicine since 2006, Dr. Raanan uses interventional procedures to treat back pain, including the highly-effective Intracept procedure.
With a newly expanded, state-of-the-art facility in Riverhead, Stony Brook Medicine’s Quannacut Outpatient Services expands the reach of multidisciplinary, evidence-based addiction treatment across Eastern Long Island.
Catholic Health Services (CHS) has named Scott Orstad Vice President of Marketing. He will focus on brand development, enhancing digital strategy, market research and planning and strategic direction for promotion and advertising.
Scott Orstad, VP of Marketing, CHS
Mount Sinai South Nassau’s Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology and its staff of board-certified gynecologic and urogynecologic surgeons have earned top recognition from the American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists and the Surgical Review Corporation as a Center of Excellence in...
The specialists and subspecialists in the CARF-accredited Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation Program at Helen Hayes Hospital leverage comprehensive, personalized therapies, advanced technologies, and wide-ranging psychological and other support services to generate excellent outcomes!
Jennifer Semel, MD: Pioneering Revolutionary Rehabilitative Technologies at St. Charles Hospital’s Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Program
St. Charles Hospital is at the forefront of a number of emerging technological advances in the field of rehabilitative medicine with promise of vastly enhancing the lives of those with physical and cognitive disabilities, thanks to the efforts of a team led by Dr. Semel.
A progressive condition, Dupuytren’s contracture causes the fingers — usually the small or ring fingers — to bend toward the palm at the first or second joint, limiting the ability to use the hand. Although the cause is unknown, the team at Hand in Hand Rehabilitation in Carle Place, NY, sees the condition fairly frequently.