Tampa, Florida (PRWEB) January 29, 2007
His specialty is back surgery, and Dr. Craig Wolff, M.D., the newest spine surgeon at Laser Spine Institute, has already been named one of the Best Doctors in America® for 2005-06. This is the first time that Dr. Wolff had earned this impressive honor.
Best Doctors, founded in 1989 by physicians affiliated with the prestigious Harvard University School of Medicine, is an international company serving more than 10 million people in 30 different countries. They have pioneered a worldwide database of 50,000 top medical specialists in more than 400 subspecialties.
Dr. Craig Wolff, M.D., an experienced laser spine surgeon who was recently acquired by Laser Spine Institute in Tampa, Florida, has performed thousands of minimally invasive, arthroscopic neck and back surgery procedures over the past seven years, including work on patients with herniated disc ailments and other painful conditions.
Dr. Wolff attended medical school at the University of Chicago and performed his residency in orthopedics at the University of California in San Francisco. He is also a fellow of the American Academy of Minimally Invasive Spinal Medicine and Surgery, and has written numerous research papers and publications on the subject of endoscopic spine surgery and lower back pain relief treatment.
Only 5 percent of the doctors in any country are actually selected to hold the esteemed Best Doctor honor that Dr. Wolff possesses, and they are only chosen after continuous peer-to-peer surveys by fellow physicians. With an annual collection of up to 1.5 million evaluations, Best Doctors assures reliable, impartial results. Currently, The Best Doctors in America database list contains about 35,000 physicians, representing the top 3% of specialists in the country.
For more information regarding this survey, please visit http://www.bestdoctors.com.
About Laser Spine Institute:
Laser Spine Institute, established in 2004 is located in Tampa, Florida. Since inception, the surgeons at LSI have performed thousands of neck and back surgeries. They offer a wide variety of minimally invasive, arthroscopic neck and back surgery procedures. These laser-assisted techniques treat spinal conditions such as sciata, pinched nerves, degenerative disc disease, spinal stenosis (a narrowing of the spinal canal), foraminal stenosis (a narrowing of where the nerve exits the spinal canal which is called the foramen), painful symptoms caused by a bulging or herniated disc, and treatments for arthritis, bone spurs and scar tissue removal, among many other ailments.
For more information about Laser Spine Institute, herniated disc procedures and back surgery, please visit http://www.laserspineinstitute.com.