Our care philosophy is to treat each patient like family. Provide high quality, compassionate, caring spine care in an individualized fashion. We use a team approach and exhaust conservative care before considering surgical intervention. When surgery is appropriate we take the time to clearly explain the diagnosis, surgical options and the goals of treatment. We use the least invasive option with the latest cutting-edge technology available to optimize the patients’ outcome. We involve and guide the patient each step of the way.
Dr. Syed grew up in Cleveland, Ohio. He completed his residency at Rush University Medical Center and his Spine Fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in 2010. He is a Faculty at Baylor University Medical Center of Dallas and Clinical Assistant Professor at Texas A&M College of Medicine. He actively participates in Orthopedic Surgery residency teaching program and performs clinical research.
Minimally invasive surgery (MIS) is a newer technique that allows the surgeon to perform what was previously done using larger incision through a smaller incision. New technologies such as robotic surgery microscopic surgery, and endoscopic surgery are all utilized to make your surgery as small and safe as possible
I had ACDF surgery in April of 2019. Dr. Syed is extremely knowledgeable and patient. I have a very small scar and absolutely no pain anymore. I would highly recommend Dr. Syed.Meredith M. – Jun 03, 2020
Wonderful surgeon. The entire process went smoothly. Dr. Syed explained my problem in easy to understand language. The surgery went extremely well. I had very little discomfort following surgery. Shelley Craft – May 28, 2020
Dr. Syed is a wonderful surgeon and great credit to his profession. He and his staff are top draw, extremely professional and at the same time make you feel very confident and comfortable.Danny Severns – May 25, 2020
I first starting seeing Dr Syed for pain in my left arm that was continuous and throbbing. As a result I had surgery on three sets of neck vertebrae, c3 thru c6. Scott Wilder – May 07, 2020