Spine Research

In the clinics and operating rooms, our Stanford pediatric spine team provides exceptional care to children with spine conditions. And as researchers, the pediatric spine physicians continually evaluate treatment options, develop new models for care, and collaborate with both U.S. based and international institutions to improve the ways in which we, as a community of health care providers, care for spine conditions. We recognize the importance of ethically conducting and critically understanding research to ensure that our patients receive the best possible care.

 

Highlighted work

Stanford surgeon studies how to improve scoliosis treatment. Read about why Dr. John Vorhies decided to become an orthopaedic surgeon, why he chose to specialize in scoliosis, and his research! Published October 22 2020.

Jiang SY, Carlock KD, Campbell ST, Vorhies JS, Gardner MJ, Leucht P, Bishop JA. (July 7 2020) The Impact of Subspecialty Fellows on Orthopaedic Resident Surgical Experience: A Multicenter Study of 51,111 Cases. J Am Acad Orthop Surg. doi: 10.5435/JAAOS-D-20-00233.

Gamble JG, Vorhies JS. (November/December 2020) Remodeling of Sagittal Plane Malunion After Pediatric Supracondylar Humerus Fractures. J Pediatr Orthop. 40(10):e903-e909. doi: 10.1097/BPO.0000000000001623.

Tsui BCH, Esfahanian M, Lin C, Policy J, Vorhies J. (May 2020) Moving toward patients being pain- and spasm-free after pediatric scoliosis surgery by using bilateral surgically-placed erector spinae plane catheters. Can J Anaesth. 67(5):621-622. doi: 10.1007/s12630-019-01543-0.

 

Faculty Contact

Dr. John Vorhies

Dr. Kali Tileston

Research Contacts

Joanna Langner

jlangner@stanford.edu