Dr. Goldstein played a key role in the introduction of Cervical Artificial Discs to America. In February 2004 he was featured on WNBC New York, the NBC Flagship station talking about the then brand new ideas associated with Cervical Disc Replacement.

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n 2004, Dr. Goldstein is interviewed about clinical trial that would ultimately lead to the approval of Cervical Artificial Discs in America. Dr. Goldstein played a key role in the introduction of Cervical Artificial Discs to America. In February 2004 he was featured on WNBC New York.
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