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Spinal Robotics Laboratory

The Spinal Robotics Laboratory serves the mission of the Johns Hopkins Neurosurgical Pain Institute in developing devices to assist vertical spinal alignment and deformity correction, as well as reduction of spondylolisthesis.

Spinal Robotics lab equipment

Collaborating with Dr. Dan Stoianovici, Director of the URobotics Laboratory at Johns Hopkins’ Brady Urological Institute since 2007, Dr. Jean-Paul Wolinsky and his team are developing robotic technologies for spinal neurosurgery.

Robotic surgical tools have the potential to improve surgical outcomes and lessen the need for long-term medications by reducing pain.

Spinal Robotics diagram

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