With a highly trained staff and advanced technology and equipment, doctors and healthcare practitioners are able to make each patient the top priority of every day. With one of the area’s lowest patient to nurse ratios, acute care experienced nurses assure patients receive personalized quality care, the hospital’s mission and goal.
Dr. Eubanks is a board certified, fellowship trained orthopedic surgeon. In practice since 2008, Dr. Eubanks specializes in the non-operative, operative and rehabilitative treatment of various conditions of the bones, muscles, tendons, and ligaments of both adults and children. His patients have access to the latest in orthopedic and sports medicine care including advanced minimally invasive arthroscopic techniques and procedures.
Dr. Eubanks obtained his medical degree from New Jersey Medical School in Newark, NJ. After medical school, he completed his residency at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston and his fellowship at Mississippi Sports Medicine. He began his medical career at Sarah Bush Lincoln Health Center, in Mattoon Illinois. He also served as the Team Orthopedist for Eastern Illinois University, Alcorn State University, Hinds Community College, Charleston High School, Hillcrest Christian School, and was the Assistant Team Physician for the Houston Rodeo and Houston ISD football teams. Dr. Eubanks joined Advanced Spine & Orthopedics in mid- December, 2016.
Dr. Eubanks is a member of American Academy of Orthopedic Surgery, Arthroscopy Association of North America, and the American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine.
Dr. Henderson has 20 years of experience in dealing with chronic back pain patients. Since 1987, his practice has been devoted to the proper diagnosis and treatment. Dr. Henderson has a patient-centered ideology and remains involved with studies overseen by the FDA relating to the expansion and improvement of patient outcomes with acute and chronic back and leg pain. Dr. Henderson is the current Vice President of the American College of Spine Surgery. He has spoken nationally and internationally and has demonstrated surgical techniques worldwide. He has also published chapters on surgical techniques in several orthopedic and neurosurgical textbooks. Dr. Henderson completed Spine Fellowship training nationally and internationally.
“I am a spine surgeon who specializes in helping patients with histories of failed or ineffective surgeries on their backs. I’ve done this for more than twenty years … It is the reason I specialized in spine surgery. I have become convinced over the years that almost all failed back surgery is correctable. I follow my patients for a minimum of three years after any significant surgery. Most common reason for chronic leg pain is inadequate decompressions. Most common reason for unresolved back pain is lack of identification of the appropriate pain generator (all of them) and/or the wrong surgical procedure to correct them. Retained symptomatic posterior fixation is another easily identified and correctable condition. Chronic use of narcotics is rarely indicated or appropriate. Other remedies to attenuate symptoms are considered in situations that prove to be truly intractable. Most patients are told they are in a non-salvageable situation due to the “inadequacies” of their surgeons/physicians. I’ve seen it thousands of times. There are physicians/surgeons with “special skills” it’s just difficult to find them.”
Dr. Indresano brings with him extensive training coupled with an impressive educational background, earning his Bachelor of Arts degree in biology with a minor in biochemistry from Carlton College, a top 10 liberal arts college, and his medical degree at the University of California, San Diego, where he graduated at the top of his class. He also completed his orthopedic surgery residency at the University of California, San Diego, one of the highest-ranked orthopedic training programs in the nation, where he also served as the academic chief of the residency program and was published in peer-reviewed journals. Fellowship training in spine surgery at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, one of the leading spine programs in the country, yielded Dr. Indresano the Fellow Research Award for spine research.
Dr. Indresano’s philosophy, which emphasizes non-surgical treatments for back pain wherever possible, combined with his vast skills, have made him a sought-after medical expert by patients and a respected professional by his peers. The doctor has achieved excellent results for thousands of patients by using conservative healing techniques for treating back problems.
For patients whose conditions ultimately require surgery to heal back problems, Dr. Indresano applies his extensive knowledge of spinal surgery procedures, with expertise in both traditional and state-of-the-art minimally invasive techniques for back problems, including complex spinal reconstruction and surgeries to correct conditions like scoliosis and revision surgery for patients whose previous spinal surgery was unsuccessful.
Dr. Kinchen is an Orthopaedic Spine Surgeon and the founding partner of 360 Back and Spine Center. With more than 15 years of experience in spinal surgery, she is well trained in both anterior and minimally invasive surgical approaches to the cervical thoracic and lumbar spine. She is widely recognized by her peers as the expert in adult and adolescent spinal deformity, reconstruction, failed back surgery and is considered one of the best doctors in her field.
Dr. Kinchen received her Bachelors Degree in Psychology from Yale University in 1990. In 1995, she graduated from Harvard Medical School, during that time she served as the lead researcher for several projects in the Orthopaedic Biomechanics Laboratory. After Harvard, she completed her Orthopedic Surgery Residency and Kostuik Spine and Deformity Fellowship at top-ranked John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. She then relocated to Los Angeles, California where she served as a medical director until 2009.
Dr. Kinchen is an accomplished and dynamic lecturer, adept at educating both clinical and non-clinical audiences. In 2008, the publication Black Enterprise placed Dr. Kinchen on their Hotlist for Top Professionals under 40 in the United States.
At 360 Back and Spine Center, Dr. Kinchen partners with her patients to inform them of all their options so they are empowered to make an educated decision. Because she is an advocate for taking a conservative approach to surgery, she takes the time to get to know her patients.
She wants a complete 360 understanding of her patient’s life, current living situation and family dynamics before determining the best course of treatment. Every exam room at 360 Back and Spine Center is equipped with the latest technology for the purpose of educating our patients. This allows them to not only hear but see their options.
Dr. Kinchen is an active member of the Yale Alumni Association where she has the privilege of interviewing potential admission candidates and mentoring them on what they can expect when they attend her alma mater.
She is an active member of the Jack and Jill of America organization whose core philosophy is that every child – if given the proper guidance and opportunity – can be developed into a leader. She helped sponsor The One Heart Project, a campaign attached to The One Heart movie that is providing incarcerated and at-risk youth a second chance.
Originally from Ohio, Dr. Kinchen and her family currently reside in Westlake where she enjoys playing tennis, classical piano, and watching her son, Julian play competitive basketball.
SPECIALTIES OF CARE:
– Adolescent Scoliosis
– Cervical Myelopathy
– Degenerative Disc Disease
– Herniated Disc
– Lumbar Spinal Stenosis
– Spine Anatomy
– Vertebral Compression Fracture
– Spinal Stenosis
– Compression Fracture
– Degenerative Disc Disease
– Herniated Disc
– How Back and Neck Pain are Diagnosed
– Low Back Pain
– Neck Pain
– The Parts of Your Spine and How They Work
– Scheuermann’s Kyphosis
– Spondylolysis and Spondylolisthesis
Dr. John Sazy is a fellowship trained Orthopaedic Surgeon with extensive training in Spine Surgery with offices in Arlington and Fort Worth, Texas. Dr. Sazy evaluates for and performs reconstructive spine surgery, revision spine surgery, scoliosis surgery and all other types of orthopedic related problems and conditions. This includes but not limited to: shoulders, elbows, wrists/hands, knee and foot/ankle. He also performs total joint replacements and revision total joint procedures.
Meet one of the most trusted spine doctors in the nation. A specialist in minimally invasive procedures and the Founder and Medical Director of DISC Spine Institute, Dr. Valente is an expert in solving back issues and quickly returning patients to active, pain-free lives.
Dr. Valente is providing his patients with unparalleled care and treatment for all spinal conditions from back and neck pain to complex reconstructive spinal procedures. Dr. Valente has extensive specialized training in minimally invasive surgery of the spine.
Well liked by his colleagues, peers and patients, Dr. Valente is often recognized for his ability to communicate with his patients and for his bedside manner. He believes in treating his patients with the attention and respect that every person deserves. Outside of medicine, Dr. Valente’s passion is for his family and world travel. He has journeyed to over 50 countries – including Guatemala, where he participated in a medical mission.
To become expert in the most advanced techniques and procedures in the field, he trained extensively at leading edge institutions throughout the country:
Dr. Valente believes in the body’s ability to heal. Every attempt is made to cure a patient’s back pain without surgery. Non-surgical treatments can include:
But if symptoms continue after non-surgical treatments, Dr. Valente is a premiere spine surgeon who has helped countless patients achieve a healthy, happy, pain-free life.
Dr. Valente routinely performs all aspects of spinal surgery – cervical, thoracic and lumbar, including minimally invasive procedures for:
He also performs complex spinal reconstruction and deformity surgeries, including scoliosis and revision surgery for patients who have undergone previous spinal surgery without success.