Dr. Kerr specializes both in comprehensive neck and spine surgery. He also specializes in orthopaedic fracture-trauma reconstruction including joint replacements. Click on the below links to learn more about his services.
Stewart M. Kerr, MD is an experienced, board certified, fellowship-trained surgeon specializing both in comprehensive Spine Surgery (including neck/cervical) and Orthopaedic Fracture-Trauma Reconstruction. Dr. Kerr is highly trained; —he completed the Rothman Institute combined Neurosurgery/Orthopaedic Spine Surgery Fellowship in Philadelphia.
Seattle Met Top Doctor 2020, 2021
Minimally invasive spine surgery (MISS) is the latest technology available to perform spinal surgeries through small, less than one-inch-long incisions.
One of the more common ailments facing the general population is neck pain. While there are many reasons for neck pain, typical causes include traumatic incidents, disc herniation(s) and also "wear and tear"
Laminectomy refers to the removal or cutting of the lamina (roof) of the vertebral bones to provide space for the nerves to exit from the spine.
Anterior cervical discectomy with fusion is an operative procedure to relieve compression or pressure on nerve roots and/or the spinal cord due to a herniated disc or bone spur in the neck.
Epidural spinal injection is a non-surgical treatment option utilized for relieving back pain. Certain spine conditions such as herniated disc, spinal stenosis and many others may induce back pain due to the
Implementation of a multidisciplinary program for active duty personnel seeking care for low back pain in a U.S. Navy Medical Center: a feasibility study
The aim of the pilot study was to evaluate a multidisciplinary program for nonspecific
Trends in epidemiology and management of type II odontoid fractures: 20-year experience at a model system spine injury tertiary referral center
Medical records of 263 consecutive type II Odontoid fractures from June 1985 to July 2006 were retro
Early complications of surgical versus conservative treatment of isolated type II odontoid fractures in octogenarians: a retrospective cohort study
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