Barrington Pain and Spine Institute Gets State Approval for Spine Surgery Services
Chicago Tribune report.
Sergey Neckrysh, MD, chief of spine surgery in the department of neurosurgery at the University of Illinois at Chicago and Robert Erickson, MD, former professor of neurosurgery at the University of Chicago and now in private practice, will be the first spine surgeons performing procedures at the ambulatory surgery center.
The surgery center already provides interventional pain management services, and physicians from the Eligin-based Illinois Pain Institute will continue to perform procedures there, according to the report.
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