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St. Vincent Surgeons Participate in Nationwide Clinical Trial of 2-level Total Disc Replacement for Symptomatic Cervical Disc Disease

Two St. Vincent Charity Medical Center surgeons, Robert McLain M.D. and James Anderson M.D., are participating in a nationwide clinical trial investigating the safety and effectiveness of two new total disc replacement (TDR) devices (prodisc® C SK and prodisc® C Vivo) intended for the treatment of 2-level cervical disc disease. ...Continue →


CLEVELAND, OHIO (APRIL 20, 2018) – St. Vincent Charity Medical Center spine surgeon Dr. Robert McLain was today named president of the Mid-America Orthopaedic Association at the organization’s annual ...Continue →

Tips to enjoy an injury-free summer

Stretch, start slowly and rest if you experience pain ...Continue →

New options for spine surgery can cure that pain in your neck

Total disc replacement is a minimally invasive technique that preserves motion ...Continue →

Advice for marathoners preparing for the Rite-Aid Cleveland Marathon

Sports medicine physician Dr. George Friedhoff shares some tips for preparing for the big race. ...Continue →

5 Keys to Preventing Youth Sports Injuries

St. Vincent Charity Medical Center Sports Medicine Specialist Offers Advice to Student Athletes, Parents. ...Continue →

Dr. Rob McLain discusses spinal fusion: What is it and when is the right choice?

The most important question your spine doctor will ask is, "Where does it hurt?" ...Continue →

Dr. Matthew Levy installed as the 2015-16 Academy of Medicine of Cleveland & Northern Ohio President

Orthopedic surgeon assumes the mantle of leadership for physician advocacy organization ...Continue →

Introducing the Bump Clinic at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center

Walk-in service for athletes available on Saturday mornings at Rockside Imaging ...Continue →

Saturday Bump Clinic

SVCMC now offering Saturday walk-in appointments available for school athletes in need of evaluation for concussions, sprains, strains and fractures. ...Continue →

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