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Princeton Brain & Spine is committed to taking a leadership role in the improvement of neurosurgical care for our patients, and for the community at large. From the hospital based educational programs taught by our surgeons, to our collaboration in creating neurosurgery symposiums in Russia, we believe in pushing the bar ever higher.
In 2013 we updated our website to be more compatible with the upcoming trend of patients viewing the Internet with a mobile device.
Today more than 50% of website traffic in America comes from a mobile device, whether that be an Ipad, a mobile phone, a tablet, or some other form of mobile device. Traditional methods of delivering video don't work on Ipads. Phone users rapidly become frustrated by text that is too small to read. In some cases, organizations have tried to run two websites..., one for phones and one for desktops. The result has been disorganized and ineffective.
That's why we are pleased to announce the launch of our new website at princetonbrainandspine.com. We're using state-of-the-art technology to allow our visitors to access more information, more quickly.
We're proud to be leaders in the introduction of this technology to a neurosurgical website. Although we're unaware of any medical website in our area using these technologies, we do feel like we're in good company. Here are some other organizations that have adapted to the new web standards:
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