Dr. David Benatar

1995 – 1998
Fellowship
Florida Spine Institute, FL
Fellowship in orthopedic Spinal Surgery involving conservative and operative treatment of most spinal pathology.

1989 – 1995
Residency
State University of New York – Health Science Center at Brooklyn
Kings County Hospital Center, Orthopedic Surgery, NY

1985 – 1989
State University of New York – Health Science Center at Brooklyn, NY

1981 – 1985
Haverford College, Haverford, PA

Reduction in Postoperative Infections in Instrumented Lumbar Fusions, American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, 02/1997, a platform presentation, J.S. Tharp, D.O., D.J. Weiland, MD, D.A. Benatar, MD et al

Unilateral versus Bilateral Lumbar Spine Plating, State of the Art Spine, 09/1996 (10:3), D.A. Benatar, MD and D.J. Weiland, MD Participated in

Subaxial Lateral Mass Screw Placement – Anatomic Guide to Fixation, American Spinal Injury Association, 05/1995, platform presentation

Occipital Morphology, a Guide to Fixation, Cervical Spine Research Society, 11/1994, poster

Computerized Motion Diagnostic Imaging, an Aid to Assessment, National Academy of Pain Medicine, 06/1994, poster

Computerized Motion Diagnostic Imaging, American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, 02/1994, poster

Neck and Back Care, presented to Oncogene Science on 05/21/1997 and Dupont Merck Pharmaceuticals on 05/27/1997 and 06/10/1997

American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, American Medical Association, Medical Society of the State of New York, Nassau County Medical Society, Long Island Spine Club, Fellowship in American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons

Board Certified

American Board of Orthopedic Surgery