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  • Dr. Pateder Performs

    First Case in the US using new FDA approved minimally invasive spinal device

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  • Dr. Pateder Named Washingtonian 2016

    Top Doctor for Spinal Surgery and Spinal Care

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  • Dr. Pateder Northern Virginia 2017

    Top Doctor for Spinal Surgery and Spinal Care

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  • Robotic Spinal Surgery

    Dr. Pateder interviewed on NBC Washington DC

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  • Minimally Invasive Scoliosis Surgery

    Dr. Pateder’s patient interviewed on WUSA 9

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  • Minimally Invasive XLIF surgery

    Dr. Pateder interviewed on News Channel 8

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  • Spinal Implant Development:

    K2M started in Eric Major’s garage in Ashburn, inventing and producing instruments for doctors to use in spinal surgeries, with Major and his co-founder, John P. Kostuik, a former chief of spine surgery at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

    That was in January 2004. By September of that year, K2M had moved from a temporary office near Dulles Airport to a small office in the corner a nondescript building on Miller Drive in southeast Leesburg.

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  • Spinal Trauma:

    FRISCO – The first morning Dr. Dhruv Pateder arrived at the Steadman Hawkins Clinic in Frisco, he met with a 33-year-old who broke three bones in his spine.

    Whether or not surgery ends up being necessary, the man hopes to be better in time for ski season. And lucky for him, the odds for that happening are improved simply by Pateder’s presence in Summit County.

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  • Patient Advocacy

    Patient Advocacy

    Melba

    Melba never wanted to be a media star. Truth be told, she just wanted relief from her severe scoliosis so she could continue to care for her physically disabled son and tend to her beloved flower garden. But Melba’s saga of severe chronic pain, minimally disruptive spine surgery, and complete recovery was inspiring. So, she gladly allowed her surgeon, Dr. Dhruv Pateder, to share her story with the local media in Virginia. The result was a dramatic increase in awareness about innovative treatment solutions. Says Melba: “I started out as a patient. Now, I’m an advocate!”

    In April 2010, NuVasive® sponsored the Carlsbad 5000, a 5K race that attracts runners from around the world. It also attracted four Patient Ambassadors including Rusty. Rusty and his wife and daughter flew from Tampa, Florida to volunteer their time at The Better Way Back® booth at the race.

    Rusty

    “Back or leg pain can strike at any age, and in my case, it can be sudden,” said Rusty. “It can be particularly devastating to runners. It was important to me to share my experience and spread the word about innovative spine solutions.”

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