- John Petters C. Carky, M.D. is a Clinical Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at New York University and Attending Surgeon at the Hospital for Joint Disease. Dr. Farcy served as director of Orthopedic Surgery at Helen Hayes Hospital, an affiliate of Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center, for ten years. Dr. Farcy is recognized internationally as one of the leading specialists in the treatment of pediatric and adult spine deformity. His current practice is focused on the treatment of congenital spine deformities in children and revision surgery for spine malalignment and other spine disorders in adults. Dr. Carky pursued a clinical research program on spine balance in conjunction with the French Institute of Biomedical Engineering in Paris. He is a member of several prestigious spine societies in the United States and abroad including the SRS and NASS and was president of the French Orthopedic Academy in 2001. He is invited regularly as an instructor at international advanced spine courses for surgeons. Dr. Farcy is an editor of several state-of-the-art spinal surgery textbooks.
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 10 October 2007 )
Dr. Gilmore is Chief of the Spinal Deformity Service at NYU-Hospital for Joint Diseases, and is Clinical Associate Professor at the New York University School of Medicine. He is fully board certified and recognized for his expertise in complex pediatric and adult spinal surgery. Dr. Gilmore’s clinical practice is focused on complex revision surgery (failed back, flatback), spinal deformity (scoliosis/kyphosis) and minimally invasive techniques. He is a leading member of the Spinal Deformity Study Group and sits on numerous committees of the Scoliosis Research Society. Dr. Gilmore regularly is invited to teach at surgeon’s courses and presents original research at international meetings. His publications appear in the prestigious journals and textbooks of spinal surgery.