Daniel Spurrier, MD is a fellowship-trained, board certified neurosurgeon whose area of practice focuses on spinal surgery including minimally invasive surgical techniques. Dr. Spurrier understands the individual needs patients have when faced with neck and back pain and aspires to educate his patients about their condition and help them understand the various treatment options available. In order to achieve the very best in patient outcomes, Dr. Spurrier’s practice emphasizes an interdisciplinary approach to comprehensive diagnosis, treatment, and care for back and neck disorders working collaboratively with pain management physicians and physical therapists.
Dr. Spurrier believes “surgical intervention is one component of what we do at Sterling Medical, but when surgery is required we always strive for the least invasive, most effective option to get our patients back to enjoying their lives.” Dr. Spurrier’s practice includes motion preservation techniques and technologies such as artificial disc replacement, dynamic stabilization, interbody fusion, micro discectomy and other procedures to promote faster healing, fewer complications, and excellent results.
Dr. Spurrier is a graduate of the East Carolina School of Medicine in 1982. His training included a surgical internship at Pitt Memorial Hospital in Greenville, North Carolina, followed by four years of neurosurgical training at East Virginia Graduate School of Medicine, which he completed in 1989. Dr. Spurrier also completed a fellowship in cerebrovascular surgery in 1988 at the University of Florida Health Science Center in Gainesville, Florida. Dr. Spurrier is board certified by the American Board of Neurological Surgeons and a member of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons.