The Bonati Spine Institute Once Again Designated a Food Collection Center for The Volunteer Way Food Bank

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The Bonati Spine Institute continues its efforts to assist The Volunteer Way during the oncoming holiday season as a designated food collection center.

The Bonati Spine Institute, the leading center for the patented Bonati Spine Procedures for minimally invasive laser spine surgery, is proud to once again be designated as a food collection center during November and December 2013 for The Volunteer Way Food Bank of New Port Richey, Florida.

In any given month, The Volunteer Way assists 20,000 families that do not know when or where they will get their next meal. These are often hard-working adults, children and seniors who simply cannot make ends meet and are forced to go without food for several meals, or even days.

"Hunger is a growing problem. With the holidays approaching, and food banks experiencing an increased demand because of the recession, all donations are appreciated," commented Dr. Alfred Bonati, creator of The Bonati Spine Procedures and Chief Surgeon at The Bonati Spine Institute.

The collection box will be in the main lobby of The Bonati Spine Institute, where members of the community can drop off their collections of non-perishable items from November 12 -27 and December 2-22.

Items in demand include canned meats, vegetables and fruit, canned fish, peanut butter, jelly or jam, canned or instant soups, pasta, rice, hot and cold cereals, powdered or shelf milk, dry beans, baby formula, baby food or cereal, diapers and wipes.

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For over 30 years, The Bonati Spine Institute has been the leader in least invasive outpatient spine surgery. Alfred O. Bonati, M.D. was the first to invent and patent methods and instruments for laser spine surgery to correct problems of the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine, known as The Bonati Spine Procedures. Their success rate of over 90 percent offers patients renewed hope. Available only at The Bonati Spine Institute, these procedures have been performed successfully more than 45,000 times to treat conditions that include spinal stenosis, arthritis of the spine, herniated discs, bulging discs, whiplash, failed back surgery syndrome, and degenerative disc disease, among many others. For more information on The Bonati Spine Institute, visit their website:

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