Dr. Brian Subach is both a Neurosurgeon and a Spinal Surgeon and is currently the president of the Virginia Spine Institute. Being a former NCAA athlete in football and lacrosse has lead Dr. Subach to understand the importance of medical involvement in sports-related injuries. This has spurred his work of artificial discs for neck and back pain. Beyond Artificial Disc technology, his focus also includes minimally invasive techniques, morphogenetic protein(BMP) and resorbable implants. Due to his dedication and expertise in spinal surgery, he is one of very few, lucky surgeons to be trained in robot-guided surgery.
Dr. Subach also serves as the chief scientific officer for the Spinal Research Foundation where he serves as the editor-in-chief for their journal. Dr. Subach attended Medical school at the University of Michigan, did his residency in Neurosurgery at the University of Pittsburgh and completed his fellowship in Spinal surgery at the Emory Clinic in Atlanta.
Carpal Tunnel Release Cervical Disc Replacement Cervical Herniated Disc Surgery Cervical Spine Reconstruction Artificial Disc Replacement Dressing and-or Debridement of Wound Infection or Burn Dural Repair or Other Spinal Cord Repair Epidural Block Facet Blocks Herniated Disc Surgery Joint Drainage Lamina Procedures Laser Microsurgery Lumbar Disc Replacement Lumbar Discography Lumbar Facet Joint Injection Neuroplasty Neurostimulation Neurostimulation Spinal Percutaneous Vertebroplasty Spinal Compression Fracture Repair Spinal Fusion Spinal Nerve Block Spinal Reconstructive Surgery for Deformities Steroid Injection Spine Surgery