John W. Kamysz, M.D.
Dr. Kamysz is a fellowship trained musculoskeletal interventional radiologist. With a general surgical training background and over 20 years of experience in radiology, he provides a unique skill set for both diagnostic and interventional radiology. He has special expertise in Vertrobroplasty and Kyphoplasty for treatment of painful vertebral compression fractures and has performed thousands of procedures. He currently serves as faculty consultant for Stryker Interventional Spine teaching physicians his techniques across the country. He is currently an attending staff physician at Northwestern Lake Forest Hospital Department of Surgery. Dr. Kamysz is a member of several medical societies including American College of Radiology (ACR), Chicago Medical Society, Illinois State Medical Society and has recently served in a position with the North American Spine Society educational council section on Radiology.
Percutaneous Repair of Nonunion Pubic Rami Fractures Using Metallic Scaffolding and Cement Osteoplasty, Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology, August 2010.
Percutaneous Cement Osteoplasty for Pubic Bone Insufficiency Fractures Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology, September 2008.
Soft Tissue Chondroma of the Neck, A Report and Review of the Literature Pediatric Radiology, March 1996.
Illinois Bone and Joint Institute