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Danny MacAskill Can’t Ride a Bike

Source: Outside Magazine | By Nick Heil | View  Full Article

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Anthony Napolitan Undergoes Ankle Surgery at DISC

In the fall of 2012, professional BMX rider Anthony Napolitan came to DISC Sports and Spine in Marina del Rey after dealing with ankle pain, weakness and lack of full range motion on and off for...

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DISC Awarded AAAHC Reaccreditation of its Surgical Facilities

Found Substantially Compliant in All Areas; Receives Maximum Allotted Accreditation 

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Infection Control

DISC Infection Control Measures

DISC Sports & Spine Center (DISC) delivers an unparalleled level of care in a modern, comfortable and safe environment. With over 40 experienced physicians, DISC...

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CHA Group signs a MOU with DISC Sports and Spine Center

  • Source: Chosun Media

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4 Key Lessons for Opening a Spine ASC

Source: Becker's Spine Review | By Heather Linder| View Full Article

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Developing an Outpatient Spine Business Model for ASCs

Source: Becker's ASC Review | By Heather Linder | View Full Article

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7 Steps to Better Quality Control at Orthopedics & Spine Surgery Centers

Source: Becker's Spine Review | By Laura Miller | View Full Article

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Becoming a Spine Surgeon Scientist: Q&A With Dr. Amir Vokshoor of DISC Sports & Spine

Source: Becker's Spine Review | By Laura Miller | View Full Article

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21 DISC-Treated London 2012 Olympians

DISC Sports & Spine Center Congratulates the 21 DISC-Treated U.S. Olympians Who Competed in the London Games

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Spine Surgeon Leader to Know: Dr. Hooman Melamed of DISC Sports and Spine Center

Source: Becker's Spine Review  |  By Heather Linder | View Full Article

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Lolo Jones No Choke

The U.S. hurdler stumbled horribly in Beijing, losing gold. Choke. The word just sounds so noxious, really. Never mind its ties to suffocation and death. Just say it: choke.

Athletes in...