Orthopaedic Surgery, Orthopedic Surgery-Spine
Rady Children's Specialists of San Diego
Rady Children's Specialists
University of Texas-Southwestern
UC San Diego
UC San Diego
Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children
Dr. Peter Newton is chief of the division of Orthopedics & Scoliosis at Rady Children's Hospital-San Diego and a clinical professor at UC San Diego School of Medicine.
After earning his degree in bioengineering, Dr. Newton attended the University of Texas, Southwestern Medical School. He completed his residency at UC San Diego, followed by a fellowship in pediatric orthopedics and scoliosis at the Texas Scottish Rite Hospital in Dallas.
Dr. Newton primarily treats scoliosis and other spinal conditions, such as vertebral fractures. On the research side, he has been involved in more than 140 studies; among his areas of focus are spine surgery, scoliosis without spinal fusion, and orthopedic biomechanics. He has also authored numerous books and book chapters.
His professional affiliations include membership in numerous pediatric orthopedic organizations, including the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Scoliosis Research Society and the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America, where he was a former president.
In addition to his clinical practice, Dr. Newton enjoys travel, fishing and auto mechanics.
Anterior Spinal Growth Tethering for Skeletally Immature Patients with Scoliosis: A Retrospective Look Two to Four Years Postoperatively.
Newton PO, Kluck DG, Saito W, Yaszay B, Bartley CE, Bastrom TP
Thoracic Lordosis, Especially in Males, Increases Blood Loss in Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis.
Abousamra O, Sponseller PD, Lonner BS, Shah SA, Marks MC, Cahill PJ, Pahys JM, Newton PO, Harms Study Group.
Factors associated with surgical approach and outcomes in cerebral palsy scoliosis.
Jackson T, Yaszay B, Sponseller PD, Newton PO, Shah SA, Miyanji F, Cahill PJ, Harms Study Group.
Relationship Between Lumbar Lordosis and Pelvic Incidence in the Adolescent Patient: Normal Cohort Analysis and Literature Comparison.
Sullivan TB, Marino N, Reighard FG, Newton PO
Ponte Osteotomies Increase the Risk of Neuromonitoring Alerts in Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis Correction Surgery.
Buckland AJ, Moon JY, Betz RR, Lonner BS, Newton PO, Shufflebarger HL, Errico TJ, Harms Study Group.
Three Methods of Pelvic Fixation for Scoliosis in Children with Cerebral Palsy: Differences at 5-Year Follow-Up.
Abousamra O, Sullivan BT, Samdani AF, Yaszay B, Cahill PJ, Newton PO, Sponseller PD
Development of Consensus Based Best Practice Guidelines for Perioperative Management of Blood Loss in Patients Undergoing Posterior Spinal Fusion for Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis.
Fletcher ND, Marks MC, Asghar JK, Hwang SW, Sponseller PD, Harms Study Group., Newton PO
The Relationship Between Apical Vertebral Rotation and Truncal Rotation in Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis Using 3D Reconstructions.
Jankowski PP, Yaszay B, Cidambi KR, Bartley CE, Bastrom TP, Newton PO
Assessment of Proximal Junctional Kyphosis and Shoulder Balance with Proximal Screws vs. Hooks in Posterior Spinal Fusion for Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis.
Pahys JM, Vivas AC, Samdani AF, Cunn G, Betz RR, Newton PO, Cahill PJ, Harms Study Group.
Assessing the Risk-Benefit Ratio of Scoliosis Surgery in Cerebral Palsy: Surgery Is Worth It.
Miyanji F, Nasto LA, Sponseller PD, Shah SA, Samdani AF, Lonner B, Yaszay B, Clements DH, Narayanan U, Newton PO
Intraoperative Traction May Be a Viable Alternative to Anterior Surgery in Cerebral Palsy Scoliosis â‰¥100 Degrees.
Jackson TJ, Yaszay B, Pahys JM, Singla A, Miyanji F, Shah SA, Sponseller PD, Newton PO, Flynn JM, Cahill PJ, Harms Study Group.
Reciprocal Changes in Sagittal Alignment With Operative Treatment of Adolescent Scheuermann Kyphosis-Prospective Evaluation of 96 Patients.
Lonner BS, Parent S, Shah SA, Sponseller P, Yaszay B, Samdani AF, Cahill PJ, Pahys JM, Betz R, Ren Y, Shufflebarger HL, Newton PO
Relationships Between the Axial Derotation of the Lower Instrumented Vertebra and Uninstrumented Lumbar Curve Correction: Radiographic Outcome in Lenke 1 Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis With a Minimum 2-Year Follow-up.
Pasha S, Cahill PJ, Flynn JM, Sponseller P, Newton PO, and Harms Study Group.
Timing of Changes in Three-Dimensional Spinal Parameters After Selective Thoracic Fusion in Lenke 1 Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis: Two-Year Follow-up.
Pasha S, Flynn JM, Sponseller PD, Orlando G, Newton PO, Cahill PJ, Harms Study Group.
Differential Rod Contouring is Essential for Improving Vertebral Rotation in Patients With Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis: Thoracic Curves Assessed With Intraoperative CT.
Seki S, Newton PO, Yahara Y, Makino H, Nakano M, Hirano N, Kawaguchi Y, Kimura T
Response to SchlÃ¶sser etÂ al.
A Detailed Comparative Analysis of Anterior Versus Posterior Approach to Lenke 5C Curves.
Miyanji F, Nasto LA, Bastrom T, Samdani AF, Yaszay B, Clements D, Shah SA, Lonner B, Betz RR, Shufflebarger HL, Newton PO
Are There 3D Changes in Spine and Rod Shape in the 2 Years After Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis Instrumentation?
Le NavÃ©aux F, Labelle H, Parent S, Newton PO, Aubin CE
Evolution of Surgery for Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis Over 20 Years: Have Outcomes Improved?
Lonner BS, Ren Y, Yaszay B, Cahill PJ, Shah SA, Betz RR, Samdani AF, Shufflebarger HL, Newton PO
Perioperative and Delayed Major Complications Following Surgical Treatment of Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis.
Bartley CE, Yaszay B, Bastrom TP, Shah SA, Lonner BS, Asghar J, Miyanji F, Samdani A, Newton PO
A Novel Method for Estimating Three-Dimensional Apical Vertebral Rotation Using Two-Dimensional Coronal Cobb Angle and Thoracic Kyphosis.
Sullivan TB, Bastrom T, Reighard F, Jeffords M, Newton PO
Selective thoracic fusion of a left decompensated main thoracic curve: proceed with caution?
Sullivan TB, Bastrom TP, Bartley CE, Shah SA, Lonner BS, Asghar J, Miyanji F, Newton PO, Yaszay B
Thoracic Idiopathic Scoliosis Severity Is Highly Correlated with 3D Measures of Thoracic Kyphosis.
Sullivan TB, Reighard FG, Osborn EJ, Parvaresh KC, Newton PO
Recurrence of Deep Surgical Site Infection in Cerebral Palsy After Spinal Fusion Is Rare.
Jain A, Modhia UM, Njoku DB, Shah SA, Newton PO, Marks MC, Bastrom TP, Miyanji F, Sponseller PD
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