| || ||Spinal disorders have been a passion of mine since my college days as a biomedical engineer, a passion I have carried on throughout my career. Nothing is more rewarding than helping patients improve their lives, whether addressing a complex problem, or developing ways to address common spinal disorders in a minimally invasive way, thereby minimizing the risk and pain associated with surgery. |
This passion for spinal surgery has helped me develop new techniques and instruments, and to educate myself about all aspects of spinal care, including nonsurgical approaches. I enjoy working with patients to educate them about their condition and treatment choices, and helping patients choose a path which is right for their lifestyle.