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Prof. Yawara Eguchi | Spine Surgery Award | Best Researcher Award

Orthopaedic surgery, Chiba University, Japan

Professor Yawara Eguchi, a distinguished figure in orthopaedic surgery at Chiba University, Japan, has been honored with the prestigious Spine Surgery Award, recognizing his groundbreaking contributions to the field. Renowned for his innovative research, Prof. Eguchi has consistently pushed the boundaries of spine surgery, advancing treatment modalities and enhancing patient outcomes. His dedication and expertise have not only garnered him the Spine Surgery Award but also earned him recognition as the Best Researcher in the field. With a commitment to excellence and a passion for improving healthcare, Prof. Eguchi continues to inspire and shape the future of orthopaedic surgery. 🏆👨‍⚕️




In 1999, Prof. Yawara Eguchi embarked on his journey in medicine, graduating from the School of Medicine at Niigata University, Japan. Following his graduation, he dedicated himself to furthering his expertise through rigorous training. From April to September 1999, he pursued residency training at Tokyo Medical and Dental University, gaining invaluable clinical experience. Subsequently, from October 1999 to September 2000, he continued his residency at Omiya Red Cross Hospital, honing his skills and expanding his knowledge in orthopaedic surgery. These formative years laid the foundation for Prof. Eguchi’s illustrious career, marked by his unwavering commitment to excellence in patient care and research. 🎓🏥


From October 2000 to March 2001, Prof. Yawara Eguchi enriched his practice at Kawakita General Hospital, focusing on general orthopaedics. He then delved into academia, pursuing a postgraduate course in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Tokyo from April 2002 to March 2006. Concurrently, he gained further clinical experience at Kanazawa Hospital (2005-2006), Chiba Prefectural Sawara Hospital (2006-2007), and Kimitsu chuou Hospital (2007-2008), specializing in general orthopaedics. His dedication to spine surgeries led him to Royal Adelaide Hospital as an AOSpine fellow (2011) and later to the Spine Center at Matsudo city Hospital (2011-2013). From 2013 to 2019, Prof. Eguchi conducted spine surgeries and clinical research at the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Shimoshizu National Hospital. In 2019, he assumed the esteemed position of Professor at the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Center for Orthopaedic Science Medical Innovation, Graduate School of Medicine, Chiba University, where he continues to inspire and innovate in orthopaedic surgery. 🏥👨‍⚕️


In 2011, Prof. Yawara Eguchi’s exceptional research contributions were recognized with several prestigious awards. He received the 15th Young Researcher’s Award in Memory of Yugin from the School of Medicine at Niigata University, acknowledging his promising talent and dedication to advancing medical knowledge. Additionally, his groundbreaking work in the field of lumbar spine disorders was honored at the 17th annual meeting of the Japanese Society of Lumbar Spine Disorders in 2009, where he received an esteemed award. Furthermore, his commitment to excellence earned him the Encouragement Award from the Japanese Orthopaedic Association in 2011, highlighting his significant impact and influence in orthopaedic surgery. 🏆👨‍⚕️

Publications Top Notes

“Short-term clinical and radiographic evaluation of patients treated with expandable and static interbody spacers following lumbar lateral interbody fusion” – 2024

“Association between Osteoporosis and Skeletal Muscle Mass in Men” – 2024

“Oblique lateral interbody fusion for severe lumbar spondylolisthesis after decompression surgery for spina bifida” – 2023

“Clinical Efficacy of Neurotropin for Lumbar Spinal Stenosis with Low Back Pain” – 2023

“Characteristics and comparative study of thoracolumbar spine injury and dislocation fracture due to tertiary trauma” – 2022

“Bone union-promoting effect of romosozumab in a rat posterolateral lumbar fusion model” – 2022

“New treatment strategy for chronic low back pain with alpha wave neurofeedback” – 2022

“MRI T2-mapping of lumbar facet joints is effective for quantitative evaluation of lumbar instability in patients with degenerative lumbar disorders” – 2022

“Evaluation of Spinal Alignment and Clinical Findings for the Efficacy of One-Stage Surgery in Tandem Spinal Stenosis” – 2022

“A 2-year longitudinal study of skeletal muscle mass in women over 40 years of age with degenerative lumbar scoliosis” – 2022

Yawara Eguchi | Spine Surgery Award | Best Researcher Award

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