New York, NY 10006
333 East 38th Street
New York, NY 10016
Throughout his career, Dr. Goldstein has had a committment to teaching and the sharing of knowledge about spine surgery.
His first published research took place while still a medical student. Since that time, he has continued to publish and teach nationally and internationally. Today Dr. Goldstein serves as a Clinical Professor of Orthopedic Surgery and Neurosurgery at the NYU School of Medicine, teaching spine surgery to a new generation of medical students.
In particular, Dr. Goldstein teaches about degenerative disc disease, and lumbar and cervical conditions and treatments. As a leader in the development of artificial discs, he is also a key figure in teaching these techniques, along with minimally invasive surgical approaches.
Beyond the teaching of diagnostics and technique, Dr. Goldstein imparts three main ideas to his students.
Dr. Goldstein is an active researcher. Current research projects include studies on the long-term effects of lumbar and cervical artificial discs and measures that reduce the risk of infection in spinal surgery. In addition, Dr. Goldstein is a principal investigator in a study of the Freedom Lumbar Disc in the Treatment of Lumbar Degenerative Disc Disease. This study is accepting participants.
Dr. Goldstein is recognized as one of the leading spine surgeons in New York. He is a Clinical Professore of Orthopedic Surgery and Neurosurgery at the NYU School of Medicine. His expertise is sought by television, media, and magazines. His practice is focused on surgical treatment:
Dr. Goldstein serves as Director of Education, Division of Spine Surgery and Director of the Spine Surgery Fellowship at NYU Langone Health (previously Medical Center Hospital for Joint Diseases.)
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