orthopedic spine surgeon dr jose canseco

Jose A. Canseco, MD, PhD

Dr. Jose A. Canseco is a Harvard educated, Rothman fellowship trained spine surgeon, and an Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at Thomas Jefferson University. Dr. Canseco specializes in the surgical management of degenerative spine conditions and traumatic spine injuries, as well as the treatment of complex pathologies of the lumbar, thoracic and cervical spine. Dr. Canseco believes that the patient always comes first. He combines conservative surgical decision-making judgement with state-of-the-art and minimally invasive surgical techniques to promote improved patient outcomes.

Dr. Canseco completed the combined curriculum at the Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology program, receiving an M.D. from Harvard Medical School and a Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He completed orthopaedic residency training at the University of Pennsylvania, followed by the 2-year clinical spine surgery-spine research fellowship here at the Rothman Orthopaedic Institute.

Dr. Canseco serves as a principal investigator in the Laboratory for Translational Spine Science at Thomas Jefferson University, focusing on therapies that can be applied in the clinic and operating room. His research interests include the exploration of neurogenic inflammatory pathways to understand the molecular basis of disc degeneration and its relationship to back pain, as well as the enhancement of fusion constructs during spine surgical procedures. As a clinician-scientist, his goal is in developing innovative conservative management interventions for disc-related back pain based on currently available biologics for neurogenic pain syndromes. Dr. Canseco has published numerous peer-reviewed articles and book chapters, and regularly presents at national and international spine meetings.

Dr. Canseco’s contributions have earned him various awards, including a Fellow Research Grant from the Cervical Spine Research Society. Most recently, Dr. Canseco was recognized by the North American Spine Society as a member of the 2021 SpineLine’s 20 Under 40 class.

 

En español

El Dr. José A. Canseco es cirujano de columna vertebral en Rothman Orthopaedics y profesor asistente de Cirugía Ortopédica en la Universidad Thomas Jefferson de Philadelphia. Se especializa en el manejo integral de las enfermedades que afectan la columna vertebral en toda su extensión (cervical, torácica y lumbar), ya sean ocasionadas por patología crónico-degenerativa o por lesiones complejas causadas por traumatismo de la misma.

Tomando en consideración siempre el bienestar del paciente como prioridad, combina la aplicación del manejo conservador o clínico-farmacológico en el tratamiento de algunas enfermedades que así lo requieren, con la aplicación de las mas novedosas técnicas de cirugía de invasión mínima para aquellos pacientes que necesitan ser intervenidos quirúrgicamente.

El Dr. Canseco egresó del programa conjunto de Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology, recibiendo su M.D. de la Escuela de Medicina de Harvard y su Ph.D. en Ingeniería Biomédica del Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Terminó su residencia en ortopedia en la Universidad de Pennsylvania y completó su fellowship (superespecialidad) de dos años en cirugía e investigación de columna vertebral en el Rothman Orthopaedic Institute.

El Dr. Canseco es parte del equipo de investigadores del Laboratorio de Translational Spine Science de la Universidad Thomas Jefferson, enfocando sus esfuerzos en la búsqueda de terapias que puedan ser aplicadas tanto en la clínica como en el quirófano.

Un importante área de interés en la investigación incluye la exploración del papel desempeñado por la inflamación neurogénica, para entender mejor las bases moleculares de la degeneración de los discos intervertebrales y su correlación con el dolor de espalda, así como el mejoramiento de los mecanismos de fusión intervertebral durante los procedimientos quirúrgicos de columna.

Su formación clínico-científica le ha permitido enfocar sus metas en la búsqueda de alternativas terapéuticas innovadoras en el manejo conservador, o, no necesariamente quirúrgico, del dolor de espalda relacionado con enfermedades de los discos intervertebrales, gracias a la disponibilidad actual de los “biológicos” en el tratamiento de los síndromes de dolor neurogénico.

El Dr. Canseco ha publicado múltiples artículos en revistas médicas de la comunidad científica, así como colaborado en la elaboración de capítulos para libros de la especialidad y, presenta frecuentemente trabajos tanto en congresos nacionales como internacionales de la especialidad de columna vertebral.

Su contribución al conocimiento médico le ha hecho merecedor de varios premios, entre los que destaca el Fellow Research Grant de la Cervical Spine Research Society, y,  recientemente fue reconocido por la North American Spine Society como miembro de la Generación 2021 de SpineLine`s 20 Under 40.

 

Professional Profile

Education
Titles & Certifications
Professional Associations

Education

  • BS, Bioengineering, Rice University, Houston, TX
  • MD, Harvard Medical School, Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology (HST), MD PhD Program, Boston, MA
  • PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Biomedical Engineering), Cambridge, MA
  • Residency, Orthopaedic Surgery, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
  • Fellowship, Spine Surgery, Rothman Orthopaedic Institute at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA

Titles & Certifications

  • Board Eligible, American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
  • Assistant Professor, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital

Professional Associations

  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
  • Orthopaedic Research Society
  • Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society
  • North American Spine Society

Education

  • BS, Bioengineering, Rice University, Houston, TX
  • MD, Harvard Medical School, Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology (HST), MD PhD Program, Boston, MA
  • PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Biomedical Engineering), Cambridge, MA
  • Residency, Orthopaedic Surgery, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
  • Fellowship, Spine Surgery, Rothman Orthopaedic Institute at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA

Titles & Certifications

  • Board Eligible, American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
  • Assistant Professor, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital

Professional Associations

  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
  • Orthopaedic Research Society
  • Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society
  • North American Spine Society

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En Español

El Dr. José A. Canseco es cirujano de columna vertebral en Rothman Orthopaedics y profesor asistente de Cirugía Ortopédica en la Universidad Thomas Jefferson de Philadelphia. Se especializa en el manejo integral de las enfermedades que afectan la columna vertebral en toda su extensión (cervical, torácica y lumbar), ya sean ocasionadas por patología crónico-degenerativa o por lesiones complejas causadas por traumatismo de la misma.

Tomando en consideración siempre el bienestar del paciente como prioridad, combina la aplicación del manejo conservador o clínico-farmacológico en el tratamiento de algunas enfermedades que así lo requieren, con la aplicación de las mas novedosas técnicas de cirugía de invasión mínima para aquellos pacientes que necesitan ser intervenidos quirúrgicamente.

El Dr. Canseco egresó del programa conjunto de Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology, recibiendo su M.D. de la Escuela de Medicina de Harvard y su Ph.D. en Ingeniería Biomédica del Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Terminó su residencia en ortopedia en la Universidad de Pennsylvania y completó su fellowship (superespecialidad) de dos años en cirugía e investigación de columna vertebral en el Rothman Orthopaedic Institute.

El Dr. Canseco es parte del equipo de investigadores del Laboratorio de Translational Spine Science de la Universidad Thomas Jefferson, enfocando sus esfuerzos en la búsqueda de terapias que puedan ser aplicadas tanto en la clínica como en el quirófano.

Un importante área de interés en la investigación incluye la exploración del papel desempeñado por la inflamación neurogénica, para entender mejor las bases moleculares de la degeneración de los discos intervertebrales y su correlación con el dolor de espalda, así como el mejoramiento de los mecanismos de fusión intervertebral durante los procedimientos quirúrgicos de columna.

Su formación clínico-científica le ha permitido enfocar sus metas en la búsqueda de alternativas terapéuticas innovadoras en el manejo conservador, o, no necesariamente quirúrgico, del dolor de espalda relacionado con enfermedades de los discos intervertebrales, gracias a la disponibilidad actual de los “biológicos” en el tratamiento de los síndromes de dolor neurogénico.

El Dr. Canseco ha publicado múltiples artículos en revistas médicas de la comunidad científica, así como colaborado en la elaboración de capítulos para libros de la especialidad y, presenta frecuentemente trabajos tanto en congresos nacionales como internacionales de la especialidad de columna vertebral.

Su contribución al conocimiento médico le ha hecho merecedor de varios premios, entre los que destaca el Fellow Research Grant de la Cervical Spine Research Society, y,  recientemente fue reconocido por la North American Spine Society como miembro de la Generación 2021 de SpineLine`s 20 Under 40.

Publications

Bibliography:

   Original Papers and Review Articles:

  1. Canseco JA, Chang M, Karamian BA, Mao JZ, Reyes AA, Mangan J, Divi SN, Goyal DK, Salmons HI, Dohse N, Levy N, Detweiler M, Anderson DG, Rihn JA, Kurd MF, Hilibrand AS, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR, Schroeder GS: Predictors of Prolonged Opioid Use After Lumbar Fusion and the Effects of Opioid Use on Patient-Reported Outcome Measures. Global Spine J. ePub, 9/6/2021.
  2. Karamian BA, Conaway W, Mao JZ, Canseco JA, Levy HA, Lee JK, Hilibrand AS, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR, Schroeder GS: Circumferential Fusion with Open Versus Percutaneous Posterior Fusion for Lumbar Isthmic Spondylolisthesis. Clin Neurol and Neurosurg. ePub, 9/3/2021.
  3. Canseco JA, Chang M, Karamian BA, Nicholson K, Patel PD, Shenoy K, Hartman J, Kurd M, Rihn JA, Anderson DG, Hilibrand AS, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR, Schroeder GS: Postoperative Glycemic Variability as a Predictor of Adverse Outcomes Following Lumbar Fusion. Spine. ePub, 8/31/2021.
  4. Karamian BA, Schroeder GD, Levy HA, Canseco JA, Benneker LM, Kandziora F, Shanmuganathan R, Oner FC, Schnake JK, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR: The Influence of Surgeon Experience and Subspeciality on the Reliability of the AO Spine Sacral Classification System. Spine. ePub, 8/13/3031.
  5. Canseco JA, Karamian BA, Patel PD, Divi SN, Timmons T, Hallman H, Nachwalter R, Lee JK, Kurd MF, Anderson DG, Rihn JA, Hilibrand AS, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR, Schroeder GD: PEEK Versus Titanium Static Interbody Cages: A Comparison of 1-Year Clinical and Radiographic Outcomes for 1-Level TLIFs. Clin Spine Surg. ePub, 8/9/2021.
  6. Schroeder GD, Karamian BA, Canseco JA, Vialle LR, Kandziora F, Benneker LM, Shanmuganathan R, Holstein JH, Schnake KJ, Kurd MF, Dvorak MF, Vialle EN, Joaquim AF, Kanna RM, Fehlings M, Wilson JR, Chapman JR, Krieg JC, Leweno CP, Firoozbadi R, Oner FC, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR: Validation of the AO Spine Sacral Classification System: Reliability Among Surgeons Worldwide. J Ortho Trauma. ePub, 8/6/2021.
  7. Canseco JA, Karamian BA, Patel PD, Divi SN, Grasso G, Markowitz M, Lee JK, Kurd MF, Anderson DG, Rihn JA, Hilibrand AS, Kepler CD, Vaccaro AR, Schroeder GD: Correlation between Severity of Preoperative Cervical Disc Degeneration and Postoperative Improvement in Health-Related Quality-of-Life Outcomes. SVOA Orthopaedics. ePub, 7/9/2021.
  8. Vaccaro AR, Karamian BA, Levy HA, Canseco JA, Rajasekaran S, Benneker L, Oner FC, Kandziora F, Schnake KJ, Kepler CK, Schroeder GD: Update on Upper Cervical Injury Classifications: The New AO Upper Cervical Spine Classification System. Clin Spine Surg. ePub, 7/7/2021.
  9. Levy HA, Karamian BA, Henstenburg J, Larwa J, Canseco JA, Haislup B, Chang M, Patel P, Radcliff KE, Woods BI, Kurd MF, Hilibrand AS, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR, Schroeder GD: The Impact of Preoperative Motor Weakness on Postoperative Opioid Use after ACDF. Journal of Orthopaedics, 26:23-28, 2021.
  10. Canseco JA, Karamian BA, DiMaria S, Patel PD, Donnally CJ, Plusch K, Singh A, Nachwalter R, Lee JK, Kurd MF, Anderson DG, Rihn JA, Hilibrand AS, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR, Schroeder GD: Timing of Preoperative Surgical Antibiotic Prophylaxis Following Primary One- to Three-Level Lumbar Fusion. World Neurosurgery. 153:e349-e358, 2021.
  11. Minetos PD, Canseco JA, Karamian BA, Bowles DR, Bhatt AH, Semenza NC, Murphy H, Kaye ID, Woods BI, Rihn JA, Kurd MF, Anderson DG, Hilibrand AS, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR, Schroeder GD: Discharge Dispositio and Clinical Outcomes after Spine Surgery. American Journal of Medical Quality. ePub, 6/10/2021.
  12. Canseco JA, Karamian BA, DiMaria S, Patel PD, Divi SN, Chang M, Timmins T, Grewal L, Hallman H, Lee JK, Kaye ID, Woods B, Kurd MF, Anderson DG, Rihn JA, Hilibrand AS, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR, Schreoder GD: Static vs. Expandable PEEK Interbody Cages: A Comparison of One-Year Clinical and Radiographic Outcomes for One-Level Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion. World Neurosurgery. 152:e492-e501, 2021.
  13. Canseco JA, Minetos PD, Karamian BA, Paziuk TM, Basques BA, DiMaria SL, Timmins T, Hallman H, Henry T, Lee JK, Kurd MF, Anderson DG, Rihn JA, Hilibrand AS, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR, Schroeder GD: Comparison between Three- and Four-level Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion: Patient-Reported and Radiographic Outcomes. World Neurosurgery. 151:e507-e516, 2021.
  14. Karamian BA, Schroeder GD, Holas M, Joaquim AF, Canseco JA, Rajasekaran S, Benneker LM, Kandziora F, Schnake KJ, Cumhur Oner F, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR: Variation in Global Treatment for Subaxial Cervical Spine Isolated Unilateral Facet Fractures. Eur Spine J. 30(6):1635-1650, 2021.
  15. Canseco JA, Franks RR, Karamian BA, Divi SN, Reyes AA, Mao JZ, Al Saiegh F, Donnally CJ, Schroeder GD, Harrop JS, Pepe MD, Vaccaro AR: Overview of Traumatic Brain Injury in American Football Athletes. CJSM. ePub, 3/24/2021.
  16. Karamian BA, Levy HA, Canseco JA, Goyal DKC, Divi SN, Lee JK, Kurd MF, Rihn JA, Hilibrand AS, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR, Schroeder GD: Does Facet Distraction Affect Patient Outcomes after ACDF? Global Spine J. ePub, 3/24/2021.
  17. Paziuk TM, Conaway W, Kothari P, Canseco JA, Vaccaro AR, Hilibrand AS, Kepler CK: Does Adjacent Decompression at the Time of Lumbar Fusion Increase the Risk of Symptomatic Adjacent Segment Disease? Clin Spine Surg. ePub, 3/23/2021.
  18. Canseco JA, Karamian BA, Bowles DR, Markowitz MP, DiMaria SL, Semenza NC, Leibensperger MR, Smith ML, Vaccaro AR: Updated Review: The Steroid Controversy for Management of Spinal Cord Injury. World Neurosurgery. 150:1-8, 2021.
  19. Patel PD, Divi SN, Canseco JA, Donnally CJ, Galetta M, Vaccaro Jr A, Schroeder GD, Hsu WK, Hecht AC, Dossett AB, Dhanota AS, Prasad SK, Vaccaro AR: Management of Acute Subaxial Trauma and Spinal Cord Injury in Professional Collision Athletes. Clin Spine Surg. ePub, 3/1/2021.
  20. Russo GS, Canseco JA, Chang M, Levy HA, Nicholson K, Karamian BA, Mangan J, Fang T, Vaccaro AR, Kepler CK: A Novel Scoring System to Predict Length of Stay After Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion. JAAOS. 29(17):758-766, 2021.
  21. Donnally CJ, Patel PD, Canseco JA, Vaccaro AR, Kepler CK: Current Management of Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy. Clin Spine Surg. ePub, 12/18/2020.
  22. Schroeder GD, Canseco JA, Patel PD, Divi SN, Karamian BA, Kandziora F, Vialle EN, Oner FC, Schnake KJ, Dvorak MF, Chapman JR, Benneker LM, Rajasekaran S, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR: Establishing the Injury Severity of Subaxial Cervical Spine Trauna: Validating the Hierarchical Nature of the AO Spine Subaxial Cervical Spine Injury Classification System. Spine. 46(10):649-657, 2021.
  23. Canseco JA, Schroeder GD, Paziuk TM, Karamian BA, Kandziora F, Vialle EN, Oner FC, Schnake KJ, Dvorak MF, Chapman JR, Benneker LM, Rajasekaran S, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR: The Subaxial Cervical AO Spine Injury Score. Global Spine J. ePub, 12/11/2020.
  24. Divi SN, Bronson WH, Canseco JA, Chang M, Goyal DK, Nicholson KJ, Mujica VE, Kaye ID, Kurd MF, Woods BI, Radcliff KE, Rihn JA, Anderson DG, Hilibrand AS, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR, Schroeder GD: How Do C2 Tilt and C2 Slope Correlate with Patient Reported Outcomes in Patients after ACDF? The Spine Journal. 21(4):578-585, 2021.
  25. Patel PD, Canseco JA, Wilt Z, Okroj KT, Chang M, Reyes AA, Bowles DR, Kurd MF, Rihn JA, Anderson DG, Hilibrand AS, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR, Schroeder GD: Postoperative Glycemic Variability and Adverse Outcomes after Posterior Cervical Fusion. JAAOS. 29(13):580-588, 2021.
  26. Goyal DK, Divi SN, Schroeder GD, Pfeifer R, Canseco JA, Bowles DR, Nicholson KJ, Patel PD, Reyes AA, Radcliff KE, Kurd MF, Woods BI, Kaye ID, Rihn JA, Anderson DG, Hilibrand AS, Kepler CK, Harrop JS, Vaccaro AR: Development of a Telemedicine Neurological Examination for Spine Surgery: A Pilot Trial. Clin Spine Surg. 33(9):355-369, 2020.
  27. Hsieh MK, Bowles DR, Canseco JA, Sherman MB, Schroeder GD, Vaccaro AR: Is Open Surgery for Metastatic Spinal Cord Compression Secondary to Lung Cancer Really Beneficial? A Systematic Review. World Neurosurgery. 144:e253-e263, 2020.
  28. Schroeder GD, Canseco JA, Patel PD, Hilibrand AS, Kepler CK, Mirkovic SM, Watkins RG, Dossett A, Hecht AC, Vaccaro AR: Updated Return-to-Play Recommendations for Collision Athletes after Cervical Spine Injury: A Modified Delphi Consensus Study with the Cervical Spine Research Society. Neurosurgery. 87(4):647-654, 2020.
  29. Canseco JA, Schroeder GD, Patel PD, Grasso G, Chang M, Kandziora F, Vialle EN, Oner FC, Schnake KJ, Dvorak MF, Chapman JR, Benneker LM, Rajasekaran S, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR: Regional and Experiential Differences in Surgeon Preference for the Treatment of Cervical Facet Injuries: A Case Study Survey with the AO Spine Cervical Classification Validation Group. Eur Spine J. 30(2):517-523, 2021.
  30. Bowles DR, Canseco JA, Alexander TD, Schroeder GD, Hecht AC, Vaccaro AR: The Prevalence and Management of Stingers in College and Professional Collision Athletes. CRMM. 13(6):651-662, 2020.
  31. Shenoy K, Patel PD, Henstenburg JM, Canseco JA, Donnally CJ, Lee JK, Kepler CK: Impact of Preoperative Weakness and Duration of Symptoms on Health-Related Quality-of-Life Outcomes Following Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion. The Spine Journal. 20(11):1744-1751, 2020.
  32. Patel PD, Canseco JA, Houlihan N, Gabay A, Grasso G, Vaccaro AR: Overview of Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery. World Neurosurgery. 142:43-56, 2020.
  33. Chang M, Russo GS, Canseco JA, Nicholson KJ, Sharma R, Koomson J, Vaccaro AR: Variations in Patient Satisfaction Scores Between HCAHPS and a Novel Orthopaedic Practice-Specific Survey. American Journal of Medical Quality. 36(2):103-109, 2021.
  34. Donnally CJ, Patel PD, Canseco JA, Divi SN, Goz V, Sherman MB, Shenoy K, Markowitz M, Rihn JA, Vaccaro AR: Current Incidence of Adjacent Segment Pathology Following Lumbar Fusion versus Motion-Preserving Procedures: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Recent Projections. The Spine Journal. 20(10):1554-1565, 2020.
  35. Reyes AA, Canseco JA, Jeyamohan H, Grasso G, Vaccaro AR: Financial Aspects of Cervical Disc Arthroplasty: A Narrative Review of Recent Literature. World Neurosurgery. 140:534-540, 2020.
  36. Donnally CJ, Patel PD, Canseco JA, Shenoy K, Divi SN, Goz V, Arain AR, Vaccaro AR: Hepatitis C Virus Infection as a Predictor of Complications and Increased Costs Following Primary Lumbar Fusion Surgery. Spine. 45(16):E1020-E1025, 2020.
  37. Grasso G, Canseco JA, Minetos PD, Vaccaro AR: Surgery ersus Conservative Treatment for Symptomatic Lumbar Disk Herniation: A Never-Ending Story. World Neurosurgery. 141:521-522, 2020.
  38. Chang M, Canseco JA, Nicholson KJ, Patel N, Vaccaro AR: The Role of Machine Learning in Spine Surgery: The Future Is Now. Front Surg. 7:1-15, 2020.
  39. Reyes AA, Canseco JA, Mangan J, Divi SN, Goyal DK, Bowles DR, Patel PD, Salmon HR, Morganstern M, Anderson DG, Rihn JA, Kurd MF, Hilibrand AS, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR, Schroeder GD: Risk Factors for Prolonged Opioid Use and Effects of Opioid Tolerance on Clinical Outcomes after ACDF Surgery. Spine. 45(14):968-975, 2020.
  40. DeFrancesco CJ, Canseco JA, Nelson CL, Israelite CL, Kamath AF: Uncemented Tantalum Monoblock Tibial Fixation for Total Knee Arthroplasty in Patients Less Than 60 Years of Age: Mean 10-Year Follow-up. JBJS. 100(10):865-870, 2018.
  41. Foldager CB, Bendtsen M, Berg LC, Brinchmann JE, Brittberg M, Bunger C, Canseco J, Chen L, Christensen BB, Colombier P, Deleuran BW, Edwards J, Elmengaard B, Farr J, Gatenholm B, Gomoll AH, Hui JH, Jakobsen RB, Joergensen NL, Kassem M, Koch T, Kold S, Krogsgaard MR, Lauridsen H, Le D, Le Visage C, Lind M, Nygaard JV, Olesen ML, Pedersen M, Rathcke M, Richardson JB, Roberts S, Rolfing JH, Sakai D, Toh WS, Urban J, Spector M: Aarhus Regenerative Orthopaedics Symposium (AROS). Acta Orthop. 87(supp363):1-5, 2016
  42. Brittberg M, Gomoll AH, Canseco JA, Farr J, Lind M, Hui J: Cartilage repair in the degenerative ageing knee. Acta Orthop. 87(supp363):26-38, 2016
  43. Von Keudell A, Syed HM, Canseco JA, Gomoll AH: Efficacy of Common Surgical Compounds in Preventing Articular Chondrocyte Death from Desiccation. KSSTA. 23(5):1346-50. 2015.
  44. Kueckelhaus M, Philip J, Kamel RA, Canseco JA, Hackl F, Kiwanuka E, Kim MJ, Wilkie R, Caterson EJ, Junker JP, Eriksson E: Sustained release of amnion-derived cellular cytokine solution facilitates Achilles tendon healing in rats. Eplasty. 14(e29):227-238, 2014
  45. Philip J, Hackl F, Canseco JA, Kiwanuka E, Diaz-Siso R, Caterson EJ, Junker JPE, Eriksson E: Amnion-Derived Multipotent Progenitor Cells Improve Achilles Tendon Repair in Rats. Eplasty. 13(e31):225-234, 2013.
  46. Von Keudell A, Canseco JA, Gomoll AH: Deleterious Effects of Diluted Povidone-Iodine on Articular Cartilage. J Arthroplasty. 28(6):918-21, 2013.
  47. Kojima K, Paz AC, Canseco JA, Ross JD, Hardy JP, Obokata H, Vacanti CA: Tissue Engineered Trachea Using Sheep Nasal Septum with a Hydrogel. Regenerative Research. 1(2):27-31, 2012.
  48. Canseco JA, Kojima K, Penvose AR, Ross JD, Obokata H, Gomoll AH, Vacanti CA: Effect on Ligament Marker Expression by Direct-Contact Co-Culture of Mesenchymal Stem Cells and Anterior Cruciate Ligament Cells. Tissue Engineering Part A. 18(23-24): 2549-58, 2012.
  49. Paz AC, Kojima K, Iwasaki K, Ross JD, Canseco JA, Umezu M, Vacanti CA: Tissue Engineered Trachea Using Decellularized Aorta. J Bioeng and Biomed Sci. S2:001, 2011.
  50. Reish RG, Zuhaili B, Bergmann J, Aflaki P, Koyama T, Hackl F, Waisbren E, Canseco JA, Verma KD, Eriksson E, Yao F: Modulation of scarring in a liquid environment in the Yorkshire pig. Wound Repair Regen. 17(6):806-16, 2009.
  51. French MM, Rose S, Canseco J, Athanasiou KA: Chondrogenic Differentiation of Adult Dermal Fibroblasts. Annals of Biomedical Engineering. 32(1):50-56, 2004.

 

Publications

Bibliography:

   Original Papers and Review Articles:

  1. Canseco JA, Chang M, Karamian BA, Mao JZ, Reyes AA, Mangan J, Divi SN, Goyal DK, Salmons HI, Dohse N, Levy N, Detweiler M, Anderson DG, Rihn JA, Kurd MF, Hilibrand AS, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR, Schroeder GS: Predictors of Prolonged Opioid Use After Lumbar Fusion and the Effects of Opioid Use on Patient-Reported Outcome Measures. Global Spine J. ePub, 9/6/2021.
  2. Karamian BA, Conaway W, Mao JZ, Canseco JA, Levy HA, Lee JK, Hilibrand AS, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR, Schroeder GS: Circumferential Fusion with Open Versus Percutaneous Posterior Fusion for Lumbar Isthmic Spondylolisthesis. Clin Neurol and Neurosurg. ePub, 9/3/2021.
  3. Canseco JA, Chang M, Karamian BA, Nicholson K, Patel PD, Shenoy K, Hartman J, Kurd M, Rihn JA, Anderson DG, Hilibrand AS, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR, Schroeder GS: Postoperative Glycemic Variability as a Predictor of Adverse Outcomes Following Lumbar Fusion. Spine. ePub, 8/31/2021.
  4. Karamian BA, Schroeder GD, Levy HA, Canseco JA, Benneker LM, Kandziora F, Shanmuganathan R, Oner FC, Schnake JK, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR: The Influence of Surgeon Experience and Subspeciality on the Reliability of the AO Spine Sacral Classification System. Spine. ePub, 8/13/3031.
  5. Canseco JA, Karamian BA, Patel PD, Divi SN, Timmons T, Hallman H, Nachwalter R, Lee JK, Kurd MF, Anderson DG, Rihn JA, Hilibrand AS, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR, Schroeder GD: PEEK Versus Titanium Static Interbody Cages: A Comparison of 1-Year Clinical and Radiographic Outcomes for 1-Level TLIFs. Clin Spine Surg. ePub, 8/9/2021.
  6. Schroeder GD, Karamian BA, Canseco JA, Vialle LR, Kandziora F, Benneker LM, Shanmuganathan R, Holstein JH, Schnake KJ, Kurd MF, Dvorak MF, Vialle EN, Joaquim AF, Kanna RM, Fehlings M, Wilson JR, Chapman JR, Krieg JC, Leweno CP, Firoozbadi R, Oner FC, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR: Validation of the AO Spine Sacral Classification System: Reliability Among Surgeons Worldwide. J Ortho Trauma. ePub, 8/6/2021.
  7. Canseco JA, Karamian BA, Patel PD, Divi SN, Grasso G, Markowitz M, Lee JK, Kurd MF, Anderson DG, Rihn JA, Hilibrand AS, Kepler CD, Vaccaro AR, Schroeder GD: Correlation between Severity of Preoperative Cervical Disc Degeneration and Postoperative Improvement in Health-Related Quality-of-Life Outcomes. SVOA Orthopaedics. ePub, 7/9/2021.
  8. Vaccaro AR, Karamian BA, Levy HA, Canseco JA, Rajasekaran S, Benneker L, Oner FC, Kandziora F, Schnake KJ, Kepler CK, Schroeder GD: Update on Upper Cervical Injury Classifications: The New AO Upper Cervical Spine Classification System. Clin Spine Surg. ePub, 7/7/2021.
  9. Levy HA, Karamian BA, Henstenburg J, Larwa J, Canseco JA, Haislup B, Chang M, Patel P, Radcliff KE, Woods BI, Kurd MF, Hilibrand AS, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR, Schroeder GD: The Impact of Preoperative Motor Weakness on Postoperative Opioid Use after ACDF. Journal of Orthopaedics, 26:23-28, 2021.
  10. Canseco JA, Karamian BA, DiMaria S, Patel PD, Donnally CJ, Plusch K, Singh A, Nachwalter R, Lee JK, Kurd MF, Anderson DG, Rihn JA, Hilibrand AS, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR, Schroeder GD: Timing of Preoperative Surgical Antibiotic Prophylaxis Following Primary One- to Three-Level Lumbar Fusion. World Neurosurgery. 153:e349-e358, 2021.
  11. Minetos PD, Canseco JA, Karamian BA, Bowles DR, Bhatt AH, Semenza NC, Murphy H, Kaye ID, Woods BI, Rihn JA, Kurd MF, Anderson DG, Hilibrand AS, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR, Schroeder GD: Discharge Dispositio and Clinical Outcomes after Spine Surgery. American Journal of Medical Quality. ePub, 6/10/2021.
  12. Canseco JA, Karamian BA, DiMaria S, Patel PD, Divi SN, Chang M, Timmins T, Grewal L, Hallman H, Lee JK, Kaye ID, Woods B, Kurd MF, Anderson DG, Rihn JA, Hilibrand AS, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR, Schreoder GD: Static vs. Expandable PEEK Interbody Cages: A Comparison of One-Year Clinical and Radiographic Outcomes for One-Level Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion. World Neurosurgery. 152:e492-e501, 2021.
  13. Canseco JA, Minetos PD, Karamian BA, Paziuk TM, Basques BA, DiMaria SL, Timmins T, Hallman H, Henry T, Lee JK, Kurd MF, Anderson DG, Rihn JA, Hilibrand AS, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR, Schroeder GD: Comparison between Three- and Four-level Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion: Patient-Reported and Radiographic Outcomes. World Neurosurgery. 151:e507-e516, 2021.
  14. Karamian BA, Schroeder GD, Holas M, Joaquim AF, Canseco JA, Rajasekaran S, Benneker LM, Kandziora F, Schnake KJ, Cumhur Oner F, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR: Variation in Global Treatment for Subaxial Cervical Spine Isolated Unilateral Facet Fractures. Eur Spine J. 30(6):1635-1650, 2021.
  15. Canseco JA, Franks RR, Karamian BA, Divi SN, Reyes AA, Mao JZ, Al Saiegh F, Donnally CJ, Schroeder GD, Harrop JS, Pepe MD, Vaccaro AR: Overview of Traumatic Brain Injury in American Football Athletes. CJSM. ePub, 3/24/2021.
  16. Karamian BA, Levy HA, Canseco JA, Goyal DKC, Divi SN, Lee JK, Kurd MF, Rihn JA, Hilibrand AS, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR, Schroeder GD: Does Facet Distraction Affect Patient Outcomes after ACDF? Global Spine J. ePub, 3/24/2021.
  17. Paziuk TM, Conaway W, Kothari P, Canseco JA, Vaccaro AR, Hilibrand AS, Kepler CK: Does Adjacent Decompression at the Time of Lumbar Fusion Increase the Risk of Symptomatic Adjacent Segment Disease? Clin Spine Surg. ePub, 3/23/2021.
  18. Canseco JA, Karamian BA, Bowles DR, Markowitz MP, DiMaria SL, Semenza NC, Leibensperger MR, Smith ML, Vaccaro AR: Updated Review: The Steroid Controversy for Management of Spinal Cord Injury. World Neurosurgery. 150:1-8, 2021.
  19. Patel PD, Divi SN, Canseco JA, Donnally CJ, Galetta M, Vaccaro Jr A, Schroeder GD, Hsu WK, Hecht AC, Dossett AB, Dhanota AS, Prasad SK, Vaccaro AR: Management of Acute Subaxial Trauma and Spinal Cord Injury in Professional Collision Athletes. Clin Spine Surg. ePub, 3/1/2021.
  20. Russo GS, Canseco JA, Chang M, Levy HA, Nicholson K, Karamian BA, Mangan J, Fang T, Vaccaro AR, Kepler CK: A Novel Scoring System to Predict Length of Stay After Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion. JAAOS. 29(17):758-766, 2021.
  21. Donnally CJ, Patel PD, Canseco JA, Vaccaro AR, Kepler CK: Current Management of Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy. Clin Spine Surg. ePub, 12/18/2020.
  22. Schroeder GD, Canseco JA, Patel PD, Divi SN, Karamian BA, Kandziora F, Vialle EN, Oner FC, Schnake KJ, Dvorak MF, Chapman JR, Benneker LM, Rajasekaran S, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR: Establishing the Injury Severity of Subaxial Cervical Spine Trauna: Validating the Hierarchical Nature of the AO Spine Subaxial Cervical Spine Injury Classification System. Spine. 46(10):649-657, 2021.
  23. Canseco JA, Schroeder GD, Paziuk TM, Karamian BA, Kandziora F, Vialle EN, Oner FC, Schnake KJ, Dvorak MF, Chapman JR, Benneker LM, Rajasekaran S, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR: The Subaxial Cervical AO Spine Injury Score. Global Spine J. ePub, 12/11/2020.
  24. Divi SN, Bronson WH, Canseco JA, Chang M, Goyal DK, Nicholson KJ, Mujica VE, Kaye ID, Kurd MF, Woods BI, Radcliff KE, Rihn JA, Anderson DG, Hilibrand AS, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR, Schroeder GD: How Do C2 Tilt and C2 Slope Correlate with Patient Reported Outcomes in Patients after ACDF? The Spine Journal. 21(4):578-585, 2021.
  25. Patel PD, Canseco JA, Wilt Z, Okroj KT, Chang M, Reyes AA, Bowles DR, Kurd MF, Rihn JA, Anderson DG, Hilibrand AS, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR, Schroeder GD: Postoperative Glycemic Variability and Adverse Outcomes after Posterior Cervical Fusion. JAAOS. 29(13):580-588, 2021.
  26. Goyal DK, Divi SN, Schroeder GD, Pfeifer R, Canseco JA, Bowles DR, Nicholson KJ, Patel PD, Reyes AA, Radcliff KE, Kurd MF, Woods BI, Kaye ID, Rihn JA, Anderson DG, Hilibrand AS, Kepler CK, Harrop JS, Vaccaro AR: Development of a Telemedicine Neurological Examination for Spine Surgery: A Pilot Trial. Clin Spine Surg. 33(9):355-369, 2020.
  27. Hsieh MK, Bowles DR, Canseco JA, Sherman MB, Schroeder GD, Vaccaro AR: Is Open Surgery for Metastatic Spinal Cord Compression Secondary to Lung Cancer Really Beneficial? A Systematic Review. World Neurosurgery. 144:e253-e263, 2020.
  28. Schroeder GD, Canseco JA, Patel PD, Hilibrand AS, Kepler CK, Mirkovic SM, Watkins RG, Dossett A, Hecht AC, Vaccaro AR: Updated Return-to-Play Recommendations for Collision Athletes after Cervical Spine Injury: A Modified Delphi Consensus Study with the Cervical Spine Research Society. Neurosurgery. 87(4):647-654, 2020.
  29. Canseco JA, Schroeder GD, Patel PD, Grasso G, Chang M, Kandziora F, Vialle EN, Oner FC, Schnake KJ, Dvorak MF, Chapman JR, Benneker LM, Rajasekaran S, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR: Regional and Experiential Differences in Surgeon Preference for the Treatment of Cervical Facet Injuries: A Case Study Survey with the AO Spine Cervical Classification Validation Group. Eur Spine J. 30(2):517-523, 2021.
  30. Bowles DR, Canseco JA, Alexander TD, Schroeder GD, Hecht AC, Vaccaro AR: The Prevalence and Management of Stingers in College and Professional Collision Athletes. CRMM. 13(6):651-662, 2020.
  31. Shenoy K, Patel PD, Henstenburg JM, Canseco JA, Donnally CJ, Lee JK, Kepler CK: Impact of Preoperative Weakness and Duration of Symptoms on Health-Related Quality-of-Life Outcomes Following Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion. The Spine Journal. 20(11):1744-1751, 2020.
  32. Patel PD, Canseco JA, Houlihan N, Gabay A, Grasso G, Vaccaro AR: Overview of Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery. World Neurosurgery. 142:43-56, 2020.
  33. Chang M, Russo GS, Canseco JA, Nicholson KJ, Sharma R, Koomson J, Vaccaro AR: Variations in Patient Satisfaction Scores Between HCAHPS and a Novel Orthopaedic Practice-Specific Survey. American Journal of Medical Quality. 36(2):103-109, 2021.
  34. Donnally CJ, Patel PD, Canseco JA, Divi SN, Goz V, Sherman MB, Shenoy K, Markowitz M, Rihn JA, Vaccaro AR: Current Incidence of Adjacent Segment Pathology Following Lumbar Fusion versus Motion-Preserving Procedures: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Recent Projections. The Spine Journal. 20(10):1554-1565, 2020.
  35. Reyes AA, Canseco JA, Jeyamohan H, Grasso G, Vaccaro AR: Financial Aspects of Cervical Disc Arthroplasty: A Narrative Review of Recent Literature. World Neurosurgery. 140:534-540, 2020.
  36. Donnally CJ, Patel PD, Canseco JA, Shenoy K, Divi SN, Goz V, Arain AR, Vaccaro AR: Hepatitis C Virus Infection as a Predictor of Complications and Increased Costs Following Primary Lumbar Fusion Surgery. Spine. 45(16):E1020-E1025, 2020.
  37. Grasso G, Canseco JA, Minetos PD, Vaccaro AR: Surgery ersus Conservative Treatment for Symptomatic Lumbar Disk Herniation: A Never-Ending Story. World Neurosurgery. 141:521-522, 2020.
  38. Chang M, Canseco JA, Nicholson KJ, Patel N, Vaccaro AR: The Role of Machine Learning in Spine Surgery: The Future Is Now. Front Surg. 7:1-15, 2020.
  39. Reyes AA, Canseco JA, Mangan J, Divi SN, Goyal DK, Bowles DR, Patel PD, Salmon HR, Morganstern M, Anderson DG, Rihn JA, Kurd MF, Hilibrand AS, Kepler CK, Vaccaro AR, Schroeder GD: Risk Factors for Prolonged Opioid Use and Effects of Opioid Tolerance on Clinical Outcomes after ACDF Surgery. Spine. 45(14):968-975, 2020.
  40. DeFrancesco CJ, Canseco JA, Nelson CL, Israelite CL, Kamath AF: Uncemented Tantalum Monoblock Tibial Fixation for Total Knee Arthroplasty in Patients Less Than 60 Years of Age: Mean 10-Year Follow-up. JBJS. 100(10):865-870, 2018.
  41. Foldager CB, Bendtsen M, Berg LC, Brinchmann JE, Brittberg M, Bunger C, Canseco J, Chen L, Christensen BB, Colombier P, Deleuran BW, Edwards J, Elmengaard B, Farr J, Gatenholm B, Gomoll AH, Hui JH, Jakobsen RB, Joergensen NL, Kassem M, Koch T, Kold S, Krogsgaard MR, Lauridsen H, Le D, Le Visage C, Lind M, Nygaard JV, Olesen ML, Pedersen M, Rathcke M, Richardson JB, Roberts S, Rolfing JH, Sakai D, Toh WS, Urban J, Spector M: Aarhus Regenerative Orthopaedics Symposium (AROS). Acta Orthop. 87(supp363):1-5, 2016
  42. Brittberg M, Gomoll AH, Canseco JA, Farr J, Lind M, Hui J: Cartilage repair in the degenerative ageing knee. Acta Orthop. 87(supp363):26-38, 2016
  43. Von Keudell A, Syed HM, Canseco JA, Gomoll AH: Efficacy of Common Surgical Compounds in Preventing Articular Chondrocyte Death from Desiccation. KSSTA. 23(5):1346-50. 2015.
  44. Kueckelhaus M, Philip J, Kamel RA, Canseco JA, Hackl F, Kiwanuka E, Kim MJ, Wilkie R, Caterson EJ, Junker JP, Eriksson E: Sustained release of amnion-derived cellular cytokine solution facilitates Achilles tendon healing in rats. Eplasty. 14(e29):227-238, 2014
  45. Philip J, Hackl F, Canseco JA, Kiwanuka E, Diaz-Siso R, Caterson EJ, Junker JPE, Eriksson E: Amnion-Derived Multipotent Progenitor Cells Improve Achilles Tendon Repair in Rats. Eplasty. 13(e31):225-234, 2013.
  46. Von Keudell A, Canseco JA, Gomoll AH: Deleterious Effects of Diluted Povidone-Iodine on Articular Cartilage. J Arthroplasty. 28(6):918-21, 2013.
  47. Kojima K, Paz AC, Canseco JA, Ross JD, Hardy JP, Obokata H, Vacanti CA: Tissue Engineered Trachea Using Sheep Nasal Septum with a Hydrogel. Regenerative Research. 1(2):27-31, 2012.
  48. Canseco JA, Kojima K, Penvose AR, Ross JD, Obokata H, Gomoll AH, Vacanti CA: Effect on Ligament Marker Expression by Direct-Contact Co-Culture of Mesenchymal Stem Cells and Anterior Cruciate Ligament Cells. Tissue Engineering Part A. 18(23-24): 2549-58, 2012.
  49. Paz AC, Kojima K, Iwasaki K, Ross JD, Canseco JA, Umezu M, Vacanti CA: Tissue Engineered Trachea Using Decellularized Aorta. J Bioeng and Biomed Sci. S2:001, 2011.
  50. Reish RG, Zuhaili B, Bergmann J, Aflaki P, Koyama T, Hackl F, Waisbren E, Canseco JA, Verma KD, Eriksson E, Yao F: Modulation of scarring in a liquid environment in the Yorkshire pig. Wound Repair Regen. 17(6):806-16, 2009.
  51. French MM, Rose S, Canseco J, Athanasiou KA: Chondrogenic Differentiation of Adult Dermal Fibroblasts. Annals of Biomedical Engineering. 32(1):50-56, 2004.

 

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