Andrew Indresano MD » SCMC Directory

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7712 San Jacinto Pl Suite 200 Plano, Texas 75024Phone: 469-919-5959Website: saintcamillusmedicalcenter.com

Biography

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.