Spine Surgeon Specializing in Minimally Invasive Treatment Accepting Patients in Chicago land Spine Center

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Fellowship-trained surgeon specializing in minimally invasive treatments now accepting new patients

"I am excited to join the team at The Spine Center in providing high-quality care to patients in the Chicagoland area!" - Dr. Steven J Fineberg

Christopher J. Bergin, M.D. is proud to announce that fellowship-trained orthopedic spine surgeon Dr. Steven Fineberg is the newest surgeon to join The Spine Center at 1875 Dempster Street, Suite 425 in Park Ridge. Dr. Fineberg is currently accepting new patients.

Dr. Fineberg earned his medical degree from the Sackler School of Medicine at Tel Aviv University in Israel, which offers training for American medical professionals. He then proceeded to intern at the University of Colorado in general surgery. Dr. Fineberg completed his residency at New York Medical College where he spent most of his training at Westchester Medical Center, a tertiary referral center that specializes in complex care of severely injured trauma patients, as well as Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital which treats children with a variety of complex conditions. Dr. Fineberg completed a year in research in addition to a clinical fellowship in spinal surgery at Chicago’s Rush University Medical Center and Shriner’s Hospital for Children. He worked with world-renowned specialists while at Rush University Medical Center, focusing on improving patient safety and further developing minimally invasive surgical techniques.

Today, Dr. Fineberg consistently interacts with and contributes to a growing body of research regarding the identification and treatment of congenital deformations, spinal defects, and diseases of the vertebral column. He has conducted his own original studies, presented more than 150 times at multiple medical conferences, and contributed to scores of scholarly articles and medical publications. In a 2014 study, Dr. Fineberg investigated the safety of utilizing Bone Morphogenetic Proteins (BMP) in spinal fusions by reviewing all potential complications reported in the literature.

During his career, Dr. Fineberg has conducted numerous anterior and posterior lumbar fusions, cervical fusions and disc replacements, correction of scoliosis, and other traditional and minimally invasive surgical procedures. His philosophy of treatment focuses on maximizing patient outcomes so that they can quickly regain mobility and achieve optimal health. Dr. Fineberg speaks multiple languages, including Hebrew. He associates with multiple area hospitals such as Advocate Lutheran General Hospital (Park Ridge), Northwest Community Hospital (Arlington Heights), and Amita Health Resurrection Medical Center (Chicago). Dr. Fineberg is excited to help with any and all of his new patients’ back, neck, or spine-related issues.

Dr. Fineberg will also be accepting patients Wednesday evenings 2:00 pm – 7:00 pm and on the first Saturday of each month starting Monday, February 3rd, 2020.

To schedule an appointment with Dr. Steven Fineberg, please call (847) 628-8147.

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