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The season of giving thanks is here again and it means different things to different people. For example, if you have young children in your home, you’ve probably had the opportunity to see some pretty fancy examples of the Pilgrim’s pride – some of those big hats they wore or some Native American headdresses –Read More


For anyone who is an avid sports fan, this is a great time of year. The baseball pennant races are full-bore, the college football season has kicked off and the 94th season of the National Football League (NFL) begins on Thursday night, September 5, 2013. Six months later, on February 2, 2014, the NFL seasonRead More


Day 10 – Ebola? Today we only had one case booked at Mulago hospital. We all woke up in the morning a little bit unsettled because we had all heard conflicting stories as to what the state of Mulago was in regard to the Ebola situation. Although most of the stories involved New Mulago, whichRead More


Uganda Mission

Day 9 – Second Week Begins Contributed by Erin Sadler                 Today marked the beginning of the second week of surgery. We had procedures taking place at both Mulago and Case Hospitals. At Case Hospital, Dr. Lieberman was performing a revision of hardware. At Mulago, Dr. Ughwanogho, one of Dr. Lieberman’s fellows, completed his firstRead More


Uganda Mission We finally have the final blog posts from Dr. Lieberman’s Uganda trip! Day 8 – Seeing More of Kampala Contributed by Erin Sadler The day started with some of the team heading off to round on post-operative patients at the respective hospitals. The others who remained at the apartments spent the morning doingRead More


Congratulations to Dr. Hochschuler and Dr. Lieberman! Becker’s Spine Review recently released the “61 Spine Surgeon Inventors to Know,” which includes Dr. Stephen Hochschuler and Dr. Isador Lieberman of Texas Back Institute.  Members of the list were selected for their research and innovation contributing to the development of spine surgical devices and techniques. The listRead More


Putti Village Contributed by Rachelle Lieberman After our 3.5 hour drive to Mbale, Izzy, Brian, Erin and myself finally pulled up to Putti Village. Putti is a small Jewish village about 10km from Mbale.  We were warmly  welcomed by hundreds of children and adults, and they were very quick to help unload our van for us.Read More


Uganda Spine Mission Day 5 By Erin Sadler Day 5 – Finding Our Stride Today was another day of surgery at both Mulago and Case Hospitals. The team at Mulago came up with a strategy the previous evening to try to circumvent the resistance of the Mulago staff from doing two cases in one day. We figured that we wouldRead More


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