Meet Dr. James Sanfilippo

Dr. Sanfilippo is the chair of the Virtua Brain and Spine Institute. The group is a collaboration of neurosurgeons and orthopedic surgeons treating patients with a variety of conditions from degenerative and orthopedic to traumatic and oncologic.

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