Axis Brain & Back Institute

Axis Brain and Back Institute Southlake Fort Worth Texas

Saeid Aryan, MD, and David Rubin, MD

At Axis Brain & Back Institute, Dr. Saeid Aryan and Dr. David Rubin provide compassionate care and personalized treatment for patients with brain, back, neck, and spinal disorders. These highly trained neurosurgeons specialize in minimally invasive spine surgery and work with physical therapists and pain specialists to offer surgical and nonsurgical treatments, understanding that no two patients are alike.

“Neurosurgeons have the longest core residency training of any specialty and most neurosurgical procedures are actually spine related,” explains Dr. Rubin. “Dr. Aryan and I work closely together in both the clinic and the operating room so the patients we see often benefit from two sets of hands and surgical opinions.”

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While most spine practices in the area are orthopedic spine groups, Axis Brain & Back Institute consists of two board certified neurosurgeons. “Neurosurgeons have the longest core residency training of any specialty and most neurosurgical procedures are actually spine related,” explains Dr. Rubin. “Dr. Aryan

and I work closely together in both the clinic and the operating room so the patients we see often benefit from two sets of hands and surgical opinions.”

Axis Brain & Back Institute offers effective treatment options for many neurological conditions and diseases, including brain tumors, herniated discs, scoliosis, and carpal tunnel syndrome. No matter what brings patients to their practice, Dr. Aryan and Dr. Rubin remain committed to safe and conservative spine care approaches.

“In medicine, I believe in safety first,” says Dr. Rubin. “Everything we do has to be done with that mindset. We constantly strive to provide the most effective care in the safest setting possible.”

Dr. Rubin is board certified with The American Board of Neurological Surgery and completed his neurosurgical training at the prestigious Memorial Sloan Kettering and Cornell-New York Presbyterian Hospitals in New York City. During his neurological residency, Dr. Rubin dedicated himself to learning the latest minimally invasive spine surgery techniques. He has authored numerous neurosurgery research papers and is committed to offering patients the most up-to-date treatment options. Dr. Aryan is a board certified neurosurgeon who specializes in spine surgery and surgical treatment of brain pathologies. Dr. Aryan completed his neurological surgery residency at Ohio University, where he served as chief resident. By actively participating in clinical research, he remains at the forefront of new surgical developments and first-line treatment for spinal disease.

“There are many marketing gimmicks out there when it comes to spine surgery. I think it’s important to only use technologies that research has shown to be both safe and effective,” says Dr. Rubin. “We use intraoperative neuromonitoring during surgery that allows us to monitor nerve and spinal cord function as we operate. We also use sophisticated intraoperative computer navigation techniques to precisely place instrumentation while minimizing disruption of the surrounding tissues. These types of technologies help us provide better, safer care.”

Patients can visit Axis Brain & Back Institute in Keller, which offers on-site physical therapy with a physical therapist dedicated to pre- and postop spine and neurosurgery patients, or a brand-new, larger location in Southlake.

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If individuals are experiencing pain that impacts their quality of life, Dr. Rubin and Dr. Aryan encourage them to understand their treatment options. “There are certainly times when surgery needs to be done emergently, especially in neurosurgery,” says Dr. Rubin. “However, many patients with spine or neurologic problems can often be treated without surgery using conservative treatments.”

Don’t ignore the pain. Let the team of knowledgeable, compassionate neurosurgeons at Axis Brain & Back Institute help you return to the things you love.

“We use intraoperative neuromonitoring during surgery that allows us to monitor nerve and spinal cord function as we operate. We also use sophisticated intraoperative computer navigation techniques to precisely place instrumentation while minimizing disruption of the surrounding tissues. These types of technologies help us provide better, safer care.”

 

CONTACT

9525 North Beach Street, Suite 405
Fort Worth, Texas 76244

1110 East State Highway 114
Southlake, Texas 76092
(817) 502-7411

BrainAndBack.com

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