EAST PROVIDENCE – University Orthopedics’ Center for Spine Health has announced the addition of a new spine surgeon.
Dr. Bryce A. Basques specializes in spinal disorders, as well as correcting failed surgeries, and is at the forefront of the latest advances in spine surgery. In addition, his research into spine surgery advancements has earned him a national reputation as an authority in the field.
Basques is also a clinical assistant professor of orthopedics at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University.
“The addition of Dr. Basques – who is extremely skilled and committed to enhanced patient outcomes – will help ensure University Orthopedics continues to provide our patients with the highest-quality orthopedic care available,” said Dr. Edward Akelman, president of University Orthopedics. “He is sure to be an asset to our team and, more importantly, to our patients.”
Basques’ spine surgery experience includes robotic and minimally invasive procedures, outpatient surgery and non-fusion surgery.
“Every patient is unique, and my No. 1 goal is to make my patients better. That’s why I make it a point to customize each treatment plan to the patient’s individual needs, with a focus on nonoperative management when possible,” Basques said.
During his orthopedic surgery and spine surgery fellowships in Chicago and Philadelphia, Basques served as associate team physician for several professional sports teams, including the Chicago Bulls, Chicago White Sox, Philadelphia Eagles, Philadelphia Phillies and Philadelphia 76ers.
Elizabeth Graham is a PBN contributing writer.
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