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- University Of Illinois At Urbana-Champaign, Champaign
University of Illinois At Urbana-ChampaignMedicine
The UIC College of Medicine at Urbana-Champaign is located at the original campus of the University (with nearly 42,000 students, undergraduate and graduate) and offers a complete four-year medical education program leading to an MD degree.
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Based in Nevada, Dr. Mark Kabins of Las Vegas Neurosurgery, Orthopaedics, and Rehabilitation, LLP is board certified in both orthopedic and spine surgery. Dr. Kabins offers patients with spinal, head, neck, and arm injuries with access to a variety of treatment options. Nonsurgical treatment options include physical therapy, epidural spinal injections, and focused chiropractic care. Surgical treatments for neck and spine issues include minimally invasive lumbar discectomy, anterior or posterior lumbar interbody fusion, and cervical corpectomy. Dr. Mark Kabins undertakes thorough evaluations and consultations with each patient before deciding on a course of action. He stresses that patients’ physical condition and mental attitude both hold an important role in determining whether spinal surgery remains a viable treatment option.
Dr. Mark Kabins earned his Doctor of Medicine after graduating with a B.S. with honors in Biology and Psychology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. While studying medicine, he earned distinction as a finalist for the Otto Saphir Memorial Award in Pathology. Dr. Kabins completed an internship at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics prior to completing a residency in orthopedics at the same institution. As a medical resident, he co-authored the paper “Chordoma of the Lumbar Spine: Surgical Approach,” which was published in The Iowa Orthopaedic Journal. Throughout the 1990s, Dr. Kabins wrote numerous other articles on spinal research in journals such as Contemporary Orthopaedics, Journal of Orthopaedic Techniques, and The American Surgeon. Since 1993, he has maintained his status an Advisory Board Member with The Spine Journal. He has also served as an Associate Clinical Professor with the University of Nevada School of Medicine’s Division of Surgery for 18 years.
Dr. Mark Kabins regularly participates in conferences, seminars, and continuing education programs. In 2010, he attended the North American Spine Society’s 25th Annual Meeting in Orlando and completed the ProDisc-L Surgeon Education Program and Advanced Cervical Solutions course on the ProDisc-C Training Program in San Francisco. Dr. Kabins maintains affiliations with the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons and the American Medical Association. In addition, he serves as an Advisory Board Member of The Spine Journal.
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