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Christopher T Plastaras, MD

Christopher T Plastaras, MD

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Assistant Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Department: Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Contact information
Penn Spine Center
1800 Lombard Street
Philadelphia, PA 19146
Office: 2158932600
Education:
BA (Physics)
Emory University, Atlanta, GA, 1992.
MD (Medicine)
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Phila, PA, 1996.
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Description of Clinical Expertise

Spine & Sports Medicine, Interventional Spine

Description of Research Expertise

Musculoskeletal Clinical Outcomes Database

Selected Publications

McCormick ZL, Cushman D, Marshall B, Caldwell M, Patel J, Ghannad L, Eng C, Makovitch S, Babu A, Chu SK, Marciniak C, Walega DR, Press J, Plastaras C, Kennedy DJ. : Pain Reduction and Repeat Injections After Transforaminal Epidural Injection With Particulate Versus Nonparticulate Steroid for the Treatment of Chronic Painful Lumbosacral Radiculopathy. PM&R Journal 8(11): 1039-1045, November 2016.

Bress A, Metzler S, Plastaras C, Pukenas B. : “Percutaneous CT Guided Laminotomy and Fenestration for Treatment of Symptomatic Lumbar Synovial Cysts.” American Society of Neuroradiology 54th Annual Meeting, Washington DC, May 25, 2016. May 2016 Notes: abstract.

Plastaras C, Buzanowska M. : Cervical Radiculopathy. PM&R Knowledge NOW/American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. http://me.aapmr.org/kn/article.html?id=114 May 2016 Notes: http://me.aapmr.org/kn/article.html?id=114

Bress A, Schuster J, Plastaras C, Pukenas B. : “Significant Dose Reduction During Neurointerventional CT Cases Using Table Side Parameter Controls.” American Society of Neuroradiology 54th Annual Meeting, Washington DC, May 26, 2016. May 2016 Notes: abstract.

Carr CM, Plastaras CT, Pingree MJ, Smuck M, Maus TP, Geske JR, El-Yahchouchi CA, McCormick ZL, Kennedy DJ. : Immediate Adverse Events in Interventional Pain Procedures: A Multi-Institutional Study. Pain Medicine April 15 2016.

Safaeian P, Mattie R, Hahn M, Plastaras CT, McCormick ZL.: Novel Treatment of Radicular Pain With a Multi-Mechanistic Combination Topical Agent: A Case Series and Literature Review. Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine 6(2): e33322, March 1 2016 Notes: doi: 10.5812/aapm.33322.

McCormick ZL, Slipman C, Kotcharian A, Chhatre A, Bender FJ, Salam A, Menkin S, Kennedy DJ, Plastaras C. : Percutaneous Lumbar Disc Decompression Using the Dekompressor: A Prospective Long-Term Outcome Study. Pain Medicine February 24 2016 Notes: pnv122.

Safaeian P, Mattie R, Hahn M, Plastaras C, McCormick Z. : “Novel Treatment of Radicular Pain with a Multi-Mechanistic Combination Topical Agent: A Case Series” American Academy of Pain Medicine’s 32nd Annual Meeting February 2016 Notes: Poster #210 at American Academy of Pain Medicine’s 32nd Annual Meeting; 2016 Feb 18-21; Palm Springs, California.

Bress A, Metzler S, Plastaras C, Pukenas B. : Radiation Dose Reduction for CT guided Spinal Procedures using the “Scout no CT scan” Radiological Society of North America’s 102nd Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL. Abstract No. 1681. November 27-December 2, 2016. 2016 Notes: Abstract.

McCormick Z, Slipman C, Kotcharian A, Chhatre A, Bender FJ, Salam A, Menkin S, Kennedy DJ, Plastaras C. : Percutaneous Lumbar Disk Decompression Using the Dekompressor: A Prospective 8-Year Outcome Study. American Academy of Pain Medicine 2016 Notes: Accepted Poster at the American Academy of Pain Medicine’s 32nd Annual Meeting, Palm Springs, CA. February 18-21, 2016.

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Last updated: 01/02/2017
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