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Can Meditation Help Pain After Surgery?

Can Meditation Help Pain After Surgery?

Dr. Arthur Jenkins, of Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, is conducting a clinical trial to see if meditation can help control the intense pain many patients suffer after spine surgery and reduce reliance on addictive narcotic pain medication. PHOTO: MATT KOZAR Patients who have back

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Dr. Jenkins to Speak at the 2013 International Neurosurgical Winter Congress

Neurosurgical procedures the topic of discussion in Chamonix. Dr. Jenkins has been invited to speak at the 2013 International Neurosurgical Winter Congress in Chamonix. Discussion topics include neurosurgical procedure topics including microsurgical skills, skull base surgery, cerebrovascular surgery, functional, stereotaxis, endoscopic, endovascular and radiosurgical subjects, as well as spine surgery,

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Tulane Football Player Devon Walker Awake, Recovering After Mid-Game Spinal Injury

It may be weeks or even years before doctors fully understand the severity of Walker’s football injury and how likely his recovery might be, said Dr. Arthur Jenkins, who specializes in studying and treating spinal injuries at Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York City. “It also could

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20 Spine Surgeon Leaders of Spinal Oncology Programs

Dr. Jenkins is the co-director of the neurosurgery spine program and spinal oncology program at Mount Sinai Medical Center. He has a special interest in treating patients with minimally invasive surgery, spinal insatiability, trauma and spinal cord injury. In addition to his clinical work, Dr. Jenkins is

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Kevin Colley – First Of Two Stages Of Surgery Completed

Islanders center Kevin Colley is recovering this afternoon after successful surgery at Mt. Sinai Hospital in Manhattan. In a four-hour procedure this morning, Dr. Andrew Hecht and Dr. Arthur Jenkins decompressed Colley’s spinal cord and stabilized his spine from the front. In a second procedure that will

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When Cancer Spreads To The Spine, A New Operation Can Cut Recovery Time

Spinal metastases are cancers that originate elsewhere and spread to the spine. “Everyone who has cancer is at risk,” says Jenkins. “Ten percent of patients with cancer eventually develop spread to the spine.” With 1.5 million Americans diagnosed with cancer each year, that means 150,000 of them

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More Suffer Paralysis Than Previously Thought

The number of Americans suffering from paralysis is vastly higher than previously thought, according to a new study from the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation being released today. The study determined that 5.6 million Americans are paralyzed from all causes, which is 40 percent more than previously thought. The

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Arthur L. Jenkins III, MD, Spearheads Major Advances in Spine Tumor Treatment.

New York and Cos Cob neurosurgeon is saving lives with minimally invasive oncological procedures that eradicate tumors and restore health and mobility to patients throughout the New York area. NEW YORK, NY (February 12, 2011)— Arthur L. Jenkins, III, MD, has elevated spinal surgery to higher and

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Dr. Arthur Jenkins Comments On Gabrielle Gifford’s Brain Injury

An alleged gunman has been formally charged in connection with Saturday’s shooting on Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords. Jared Loughner, 22, seen above, was charged with one count of attempted assassination of a member of Congress, two counts of killing an employee of the federal government and two

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