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News - March 2013

Published last week, the guidance is very sensible. Anyone suffering persistent pain from an osteoporotic spinal fracture can seek treatment with Balloon Kyphoplasty from a specialist such as Dan Fagan. An MRI scan will usually be done which shows persistent biological activity, in other words
On the 18th March Mr Fagan is giving an educational meeting for a number of local doctors at Kingswood Surgery on Wetherby Road. Attendance by invitation only 07539 330360.
Spine Art in print - 14 March 2013
Dr Hillary Jones, the well known TV doctor, has chosen to include Spine Art in a group of top private medical providers in the Yorkshire and North East regions. This is due to be published soon and distributed locally, please look out for a copy.
The long awaited guidance from NICE in this area is due for general release. Mr Fagan is participating in a National project to increase awareness of the success and availablility of the procedure for people suffering from painful fractures due to osteoporosis (thinning of the bones).
Dan Fagan is happy to say that an agreement on expert fees with Bupa has been reached. From this week, all Bupa insured patients will have no shortfall to pay for consultations or treatment with Spine Art. Spine Art is pleased to be welcomed as a Bupa Premier Consultant Partner.
New Clinics in Yarm - 10 March 2013
Mr Fagan is delighted to be able to offer convenient consultations on the High Street in Yarm. His new practice manager is based in the office here. You can see Mr Fagan here on Tuesday afternoons, please call 07539 330360 for an appointment.
Mr Fagan has been closely involved with an international group of surgeons and physicians based primarily in Europe. The purpose of this group was to formulate guidelines for the use of vertebral body augmentation in osteoporosis. This would hopefully help clinicians in their decision making but