Jason Lowenstein Expands Atlantic Health System’s Scoliosis & Spinal Deformity Center in 2019

Jason Lowenstein Expands Atlantic Health System’s Scoliosis & Spinal Deformity Center in 2019

Industry-leading scoliosis expert, Dr. Jason E. Lowenstein, serves as the Director of Scoliosis & Spinal Deformity at Morristown Medical Center. An established member of the Atlantic Health System, Morristown Medical Center also ranks as the #1 Regional Hospital in New Jersey according to U.S. News & World Report. Dr. Jason Lowenstein, an 8-time recipient of Vitals.com’s Patients’ Choice Award, is committed to helping his department achieve continued growth in 2019.

“Our goal for 2019 is to continue to strategically expand our department, and to offer the most state-of-the-art care for scoliosis and spinal deformity patients,” Dr. Lowenstein explains.

Dr. Lowenstein plans to transform this vision into an actionable plan by adapting to the ever-advancing updates in scoliosis technology and making those advancements even more accessible to his patients:

Scoliosis treatment continues to evolve and expand, including new bracing and therapy options as well as advancing growth modulation surgeries,” says Dr. Lowenstein. “Our goal is to offer all available options to our patients so that we can allow them to make an informed decision when choosing and formulating a collaborative treatment strategy.”

As a 5-time recipient of Vitals.com’s Compassionate Doctor Award, delivering exemplary personalized care is something that Dr. Lowenstein staked his career upon. A founding member of the Advanced Spine Center, Dr. Lowenstein also collaborates with a team of multidisciplinary spine experts to create individualized treatment plans tailored to every patient’s needs.

Interested in genetic testing for scoliosis curve progression? How about growth preservation techniques to address scoliosis in children? Or, minimally invasive kyphoplasty to repair degenerative kyphosis? The Scoliosis & Spinal Deformity Department specializes in all of these techniques—and many more—to reverse the most medically advanced cases of adult and pediatric scoliosis.

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Goals & Challenges for Department Expansion in 2019

However, as far as potential hurdles, Dr. Jason E. Lowenstein recognizes that his biggest challenge will be “pursuing all of the various interests of the department while effective prioritizing and best allocating resources to achieve our collective goals.”

But, it is a challenge that Dr. Lowenstein is more than willing to undertake with a focus on enhanced communication: “My No. 1 priority is to maximize communication, both within the department and our community. Effectively communicating what resources are available and the options for diagnosis and treatment is key in developing a successful program.”

Ready to learn more about the resources that are available for scoliosis diagnosis and treatment in your community? To find out more about the latest advancements in scoliosis and spinal deformity surgery, like 3D intraoperative imaging, contact Dr. Lowenstein’s team of scoliosis doctors in NJ today!