Vote Dr. Jason Lowenstein for New Jersey’s Favorite Kids’ Doc!

Needless to say: It’s been a hectic year for the healthcare heroes in our lives. The 2020 COVID-19 pandemic presented unprecedented challenges for our frontline workers, who responded to the enormous undertaking without seemingly skipping a beat.

Up until May 31st, you can give back to the healthcare heroes in your life by voting for your favorite doctors, dentists, and specialists in pediatric medicine. The NJ’s Favorite Kids’ Doc award, sponsored by, asks parents to nominate their favorite docs in children’s medicine.

By submitting a simple online form, you can not only honor the doctors who have made a profound difference, but also provide guidance to other families who are searching for quality providers.

Our patients want to take your word for it: Click HERE to vote for Dr. Jason Lowenstein as your “NJ’s Favorite Kids’ Doc” today!

About Dr. Jason E. Lowenstein, Pediatric Scoliosis Surgeon

Dr. Jason Lowenstein, partner at The Advanced Spine Center, serves as Chief of Scoliosis & Spinal Deformity Surgery at Morristown Medical Center. He is a board-certified adult and pediatric spine surgeon with over 15 years of award-winning experience in pediatric orthopedics.

Specifically, Dr. Lowenstein is a six-time recipient of the NJ’s Favorite Kids’ Doc Award—one for each year he has practiced medicine in the state of New Jersey. In addition, Dr. Lowenstein has been appointed a “Top Doctor” by Castle Connolly (2016-2020), a “Top Doctor” by Jersey’s Best Magazine (2015-2020), a Top Orthopedist (2015-2018) by Jersey’s Best, and a Top Doctor for the NY Metro Area (2016-2021).

Dr. Lowenstein graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania with special instruction in neuroscience. Thereafter, he earned his medical degree from the University of Pittsburgh, a top 15 medical school in the United States. While enrolled at Pitt, Dr. Lowenstein worked in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery’s Growth and Development lab, a wellspring for advancements in gene therapy.

Following medical school, Dr. Lowenstein secured a residency at NY-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center where he continued to conduct research into the treatment of spinal deformities. Selected for a prestigious fellowship at Emory University Hospital, Dr. Lowenstein completed an additional year of training in pediatric spine surgery after his 5-year residency.

Now, in addition to operating The Advanced Spine Center as a partner, Dr. Lowenstein has privileges at Morristown Medical Center, St. Barnabas Medical Center, and Overlook Medical Center in NJ.

An International Referral Source for Spinal Deformity Surgery

Dr. Lowenstein specializes in exceedingly complex cases of adult and pediatric spinal deformity, welcoming not only local but out-of-state and international patients. When other scoliosis surgeons need a consult, Dr. Lowenstein is the expert that they call.

In his 15-year career, Dr. Lowenstein has treated the full spectrum of spinal deformities. His areas of expertise include the following:

  • Scoliosis Revision Surgery: A world-class scoliosis surgeon, Dr. Lowenstein uses a variety of cutting-edge techniques, such as vertebral body tethering, to reverse spinal deformity. Scoliosis, an abnormal sideways bend in the left-to-right orientation of the spine, can be congenital, neuromuscular, idiopathic, growth-related, or degenerative. Without skilled intervention, scoliosis often progresses. However, a qualified scoliosis surgeon uses a variety of innovative techniques from magnetic growing rods to spinal fusion and vertebral column resection to realign the spine.
  • Kyphosis & Lordosis Correction: Kyphosis occurs when an abnormal forward hump develops in the thoracic spine. In contrast, lordosis occurs when the inward curvature of the lower back exceeds normal limits. Both conditions result in adverse symptoms, such as evidence of visible skeletal deformities and pain. Kyphosis and lordosis correction techniques may include minimally invasive interventions such as spinal instrumentation placement, fusion, osteotomy, kyphoplasty, and artificial disc replacement.
  • Flatback Syndrome Surgery: A spine devoid of healthy spinal curvature is known as a flatback. An exceedingly rare condition, flatback syndrome requires skilled intervention from a spinal deformity surgeon who specializes in pedicle subtraction osteotomy. During this procedure, the surgeon removes a vertebral region known as the pedicle in an effort to reintroduce curvature into the spine.
  • Failed Back Surgery Syndrome (FBSS): FBSS occurs for a variety of reasons, including implant rejection, surgical error, scar tissue accumulation, and more. Dr. Lowenstein serves as a regional referral source for these highly complex procedures, often a patient’s last resort.

A Master of Spinal Deformity Correction

With a 4.9-star rating from 65 reviews on Google, patients agree: “[Dr. Lowentein’s] expert knowledge of spinal deformity correction is unprecedented.”

When you need to entrust a physician with the care of your child, look no further than to Dr. Lowenstein of The Advanced Spine Center.

If you are a former patient (or patient’s parent), kindly take a moment to nominate Dr. Lowenstein for the NJ’s Favorite Kids’ Doc Award. Your voice and encouraging words matter to other patients like you.

And, as always, The Advanced Spine Center family appreciates you!