Vito Loguidice, MD

Spine Surgery

2 Patient Stories
Vito Loguidice, MD
Spine Surgery

Dr. Vito Loguidice received his B.S. in Biochemistry from Manhattan College and his M.D. from S.U.N.Y. Upstate Health Science Center in 1981.  Dr. Loguidice performed both his internship and residency at the West Virginia University Hospital.  In 1987, he completed his fellowship in spinal surgery at the University of Texas Health Science Center-Dallas and the Texas Back Institute. 

Dr. Loguidice is certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery.  He is a member of numerous professional societies including the American Medical Society, Pennsylvania Medical Society, American Association of Orthopaedic Surgeons, North American Spine Society, American Back Society, Spine Arthoplasty Society, International Society for Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery, International Intradiscal Therapy Society and the International Association for the Study of Pain. 

Dr. Loguidice is an innovator in the field of spinal surgery, most recently in the area of  Kyphoplasty procedures (a minimally invasive procedure for the treatment of vertebral compression fractures related to osteoporosis).  He currently serves as clinical instructor for Kyphon on a national and international basis, most recently instructing a course in Antwerp, Belgium.  Other areas of special interest are: minimally invasive spine surgery including percutaneous discectomy, pedicle screw fixation and fusion procedures.  His current research in progress includes a study on vertebral compression fractures, post-operative aquatic therapy protocols, and an orthotrac vest. 

Services Provided

  • Kyphoplasty
  • Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery
  • Percutaneous discectomy
  • Pedicle screw fixation
  • Fusion procedures
  • Lumbar and Cervical Disc Replacements
  • Endoscopic Carpel Tunnel Release
2 Testimonials
MY EXPERIENCE BY JOYCE COVELESKIE
“ I had Discectomy and Laminectomy on my L4 & L5; When he operated he noticed the same problem starting on my left side and was able to correct it. My surgery lasted for 2 ½ Hours at the Coordinated Health Hospital located in Bethlehem where I stayed overnight for observation. The hospital staff were amazing, caring and friendly and the food really good. I had a little discomfort after surgery, but nothing extreme. No Drugs were needed except Tylenol . I had a little numbness in my Right toe, but it lasted for 2 days ( Doctor told me that could happen) but they got me up the next day and had me walk and do the stairs in Physical Therapy which I climbed with ease. It felt so good. I just adore this man. I know he might not be a miracle worker, but to me he is. ”
Joyce C. from Bangor, pa
Problems walking and stair use fixed
“ First of all, with great pleasure I want to give credit to the front desk ladies. They are always so welcoming and glad to help you with any questions needed ! Very professional and friendly. I also would like to acknowledge the pain department and the wonderful nurses that are all so informative and on top of your problems! And great props to your awesome doctors. I have many health issues, too many! And to be able to walk almost pain-free and having great Holidays due to excellent health care is something that I can not express in words. CH is a great help to my well being and I want my appreciation to be known to your caring facility. Thank You so much ”
David Y. from Phillipsburg , NJ
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