An interview with Dr. Sliva about recovering from back surgery on WREX in Rockford, IL
Saturday, Octobr 15th 9-11 a.m.
Join Fred Sweet, MD for a free community health care talk to learn more about your symptoms. Dr. Sweet will discuss common spinal disorders and their treatment. He will then answer questions from the audience. This is your opportunity to explore some new treatment options and gain some insight from a fellowship trained spine surgeon who specializes in advanced treatments and techniques. Refreshments will be served.
Location: Hampton Inn Freeport
109 S Galena Ave
Freeport, IL 61032
RSVP: Please RSVP to Krystal at 815-316-6873
Rockford Spine Center is excited of the launch of their new website.
Rockford Spine Center is featured in an article in the June edition of Inside Healthcare, a national monthly magazine providing a unique combination of feature articles, corporate case studies, and essays from the most prominent voices in healthcare today. Dr. Fred Sweet was interviewed about Rockford Spine Center - how the practice started, its philosophy of comprehensive care and a successful study the practice has conducted on a new way to use an antibiotic following surgery to reduce infection rates.
Dr. Fred Sweet discusses four points on the new method of infection control to combat evolved forms of MRSA in orthopedic and spine surgery patients.
Rockford, IL (April 4, 2011) - Surgery patients of Rockford Spine Center (RSC) are experiencing lower infection rates following a 10-year study the surgeons conducted on a new way to administer an antibiotic for spinal surgery. The findings of the study have been so well received that the abstract for the scientific study was accepted for publication in Spine, recognized internationally as the leading journal in its field. Surgeons from across the country are now putting the new method into practice and initiating confirmation studies.
Rockford Spine Center was featured in the 2011 spring edition of Northwest Quarterly. Dr. Fred Sweet discussed new treatment options for spinal conditions.
Dr. Roh's interview on WREX on 3/10/11 regarding neck and back pain affecting children.