About Us

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  • "Dr. Raiszadeh uses an extensive variety of non-operative, minimally invasive and complex spinal reconstructive procedures to comprehensively improve his patients' spinal disorders caused by adult degenerative diseases, tumors, traumatic injuries, spinal deformities, and infections. It is his philosophy that no one should be restricted from enjoying life because of spinal ailments."

    Ramin Raiszadeh, M.D. Director of Clinical Research
    Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

  • Achievements

     

    Certification and Licensure
    Certification: American Board of Orthopedic Surgery

    Active Licensure:
    California - A88341
    Texas - AMO947652

    Educational Background and Special Training
    Undergraduate
    University of California, Davis
    Bachelor of Science, Physiology
    Sept 1988-June 1993

    Medical School
    Baylor College of Medicine - Houston, Tx
    August 1994-May 1998

    Internship
    Baylor College of Medicine - Houston, TX
    July 1998-June 1999

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    Residency

    Orthopedic Surgery
    Baylor College of Medicine - Houston, Tx
    July 1999-June 2004

    Fellowship
    Pediatric and Adult Spine Fellowship
    UT Houston Medical School - Houston, Tx
    August 2004-July 2005

    Awards and Honors
    Paul Harrington Award for Research, Baylor Dept of Orthopedics - June 2000
    NCAA Division II All-American (tennis) - June 1989
    Phi Beta Kappa - April 1993

     

    Publications

    Raiszadeh R, Raiszadeh K, Pneumaticos S, Liu W, Nguyen L, Esses: “Comparison of Posterior Cervical Fixation Using Transfacet, Lateral Mass, and Pedicle Screws,” Poster presentation at 17th Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada.
    October 29 - November 2, 2002


    Raiszadeh R, Raiszadeh K, Pneumaticos S, Liu W, Nguyen L, Esses: “Biomechanical Comparison of Two-Level Posterior Cervical Construct Using Transfacet vs. Lateral Mass vs. Pedicle Screws”, Poster presentation at 38th Annual Scoliosis Research Society Meeting, Quebec, Canada.
    September 9-13, 2003


    Kamshad Raiszadeh, Ramin Raiszadeh, Eric Korsh, Lokesh Tantuwaya, Bruce van Dam, Richard Ostrup, Ramin Bagheri, Brian O’Neil, Scott Leggett, Daniel Carusillo: “Cervical Spine Surgery in an Ambulatory Surgery Center,” poster presentation at the North American Spine Society 18th Annual Meeting, San Diego, California.
    October 21-25, 2003


    Raiszadeh R, Doppenberg E, Mendel E, Rhines LD. Trans-sacral approach for resection of giant pre-sacral schwannoma: case report and description of operative techniques. Presenting a digital poster at the Congress of Neurological Surgeons Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts.
    October 2005


    Raiszadeh R, Mendel E, Rhines LD. Sagittal split osteotomy for en-bloc resection of a multilevel cervical sarcoma: case report and description of operative techniques. Presenting a digital poster at the Congress of Neurological Surgeons Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts.
    October 2005


    Raiszadeh R, Mendel E, Rhines LD. Sagittal split osteotomy for en-bloc resection of a multilevel cervical sarcoma: case report and description of operative techniques. Congress of Neurological Surgeons Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts.
    October 8-13, 2005


    Raiszadeh R, Marco RAW, Kushwaha V. Use of recombinant human bone Morphogenetic protein to achieve circumferential fusion in transforaminal lumbar interbody fusions. Presenting a poster at North American Spine Society Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.
    September 2005


    Milan Mody, Ramin Raiszadeh, Rex Marco, Vivek Kushwaha. Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion with rhBMP-2 and Allograft: Two-Year Prospective Clinical Evaluation of Surgical Strategy. Oral presentation at Scoliosis Research Society 41st Annual Meeting, Monterey, California.
    September 14-16, 2006


    Milan Mody, Ramin Raiszadeh, Rex Marco, Vivek Kushwaha. Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion with rhBMP-2 and Allograft: Two-Year Prospective Clinical Evaluation of Surgical Strategy. Presenting a poster at North American Spine Society 21st Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington.
    September 26-30, 2006

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