Dr Hsu and Dr Singh have both featured on radio and in newspaper publications and online media. NSW Spine Specialists also publishes a regular newsletter.
NSW Spine Specialists newsletter - March 2020
We have recently launched a new program VisionTree Optimal Care (VTOC), which is a secure online patient portal that gives you access to patient forms and patient education material. We are currently using the electronic version of the patient registration fortm for our new patients to complete. We also plan on using VTOC to directly check-in with our surgical post-op patients and provide additional information related to post-op progress.
NSW Spine Specialists newsletter - September 2019
Our administration team is led by Jacqui whom many of you would have either spoken to over the phone or met in clinic. Assisting Jacqui we have Allison, Hitika and Sally as well as Therese in Accounts.
Also: A guide to Spine Exercises and a detailed look at what we offer for Paediatric Scoliosis Patients
Westmead Private Hospital Facebook - July 2019
We are very lucky to have such dedicated specialists who take the time to keep our GP community up to date on the latest techniques.
NSW Spine Specialists newsletter - March 2019
Our surgeons answer questions such as:
What are the most common reasons patients come to see you? Is it a presumption that patients who come to see you will eventually have spine surgery? Why do we get back pain? and When is spine surgery required?
Better Living with Ed Phillips - February 22, 2018
Lack of exercise, a sedentary occupation, weight gain, smoking. These are things which do make you more susceptible to hurting your back.
Lateline - November 28, 2016
In between the two rods, there are the bones that you can see at each segment and it is between the two rods, in this case, that we put the bone graft in.
Adelaide Advertiser - April 10, 2014