About Dr. Daxes Banit

A respected surgeon, Dr. Daxes Banit received his M.D. from the Duke University School of Medicine, rated by U.S. News & World Report in 2011 as the fifth top medical program in the country. Dr. Banit then traveled to Nashville, Tennessee, to complete an internship in general surgery at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. He completed an additional internship in orthopedic surgery and a residency at the University of Kentucky Medical Center. At present, Dr. Daxes Banit focuses on spine surgery at Middle Georgia Orthopaedic Surgery & Sports Medicine in Warner Robbins, which is consistently ranked as a leading orthopedic surgery center. Middle Georgia Orthopaedic Surgery is recognized for its revolutionary work in orthopedic surgery. Dr. Daxes Banit has greatly contributed to advancements in the field, helping to design instruments and implants that will allow surgeons to perform operations more easily and effectively. Experimenting with new materials, he and the other physicians at Middle Georgia Orthopaedic Surgery designed a distinctive cervical plate constructed of carbon fiber. The team also used carbon fiber to create inner body cages that have larger surface areas than others. Apart from completing design work with fellow physicians, he designed a surgical rod that can make small incisions while still allowing for maneuverability. He will soon be publishing his findings regarding this design. Dr. Daxes Banit has already published numerous articles, including those on upper cervical spine injuries and atlantoaxial instability. In his leisure time, Dr. Daxes Banit is an avid traveler, recreational cyclist, and coin collector. In addition, Mr. Banit has volunteered for Habitat for Humanity International for more than a decade.

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