How can we care for scoliosis and kyphosis and spondylolisthesis better with conservative care like physical therapy, high-tech scoliosis braces, exercise and other techniques? What can be done to improve surgical care, and understand choices for surgery, learning from those around the world? How can we learn from aviation and from Deming's principles of "Standard Work" to constantly improve spine and all healthcare?
Friday, December 27, 2013
Getting plugged in on "Linked-In"
Joan H has recommended your work as Scoliosis/Spine Surgeon / Epic Installation Exec Committee Member at Duke Raleigh Hospital.
Dear Lloyd, I've written this recommendation of your work to share with other LinkedIn users.
Details of the Recommendation: "Dr. Hey is a great surgeon. After months of trying to get help we went to duke for help. Dr. Hey when he saw me in the waiting room, he knew my back was out of line! None of the other doctors noticed it. A dedicated man who asks for God's help before surgery! If you need him, he is great." Service Category: Doctor Year first hired: 2004 Top Qualities: Great Results, Personable, Expert