Doctors on Liens Announces Partnership with Esteemed Orthopedic Surgeon and Pain Management Doctors in the San Bernardino / Riverside Area

Dr. Wayne K. Cheng MD

Bones and Spines Surgery Inc specializes in both surgical and non-surgical care of neck, upper back, and lower back disorders. They take great care in patient safety and care and they strive to provide the most up-to-date and innovative treatments to their practice.

Doctors on Liens has added the medical group Bones and Spine Surgery, Inc in Loma Linda to their qualified network of medical professionals working on a personal injury lien basis. Founded by Dr. Wayne Cheng, MD and Dr. Gordon Yee, MD , Bone and Spine Surgery Inc brings these esteemed doctors’ vast experience with orthopedic injuries to patients in the Inland Empire.

Bones and Spines Surgery Inc specializes in both surgical and non-surgical care of neck, upper back, and lower back disorders. They take great care in patient safety and care and they strive to provide the most up-to-date and innovative treatments to their practice. They also utilize the most appropriate technologies to get their patients free of pain as quickly and non-invasively as possible. In addition to spinal injuries, the team also evaluates concomitant extremity injuries including shoulder, knee, hip, leg, arm, and foot conditions.

Dr. Wayne K. Cheng, MD is an internationally recognized leader and professor in orthopedic spine surgery. He has published in more than 40 peer-reviewed research articles, multiple text books and has lectures in numerous prestigious symposiums worldwide. He was the Head of Spine Service at Loma Linda University Medical Center for more than a decade, and has been the principal investigator for multiple cutting edge clinical investigational devices trials for the spine industry and Federal Drug Administration. Dr. Cheng has also been bestowed over 15 awards and special honors including:

  • Becker’s Spine Review “20 Top Spine and Neurosurgery Leaders At Large Academic Medical Centers”
  • Using Hounsfield Units to Quantify Optimal Fixation Techniques in Spine Surgery: A Biomechanical Study Correlating AP DEXA, lateral DEXA, and CT to Pullout Strength.”
  • First Place Award, Electronic Poster of the Year. America Academy of Orthopedic Surgery 2017.”
  • “Retrospective Analysis of Survivorship and Clinical…

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