Daniel Carr, D.O. is a senior fellow in complex and minimally invasive spine surgery at Harborview Medical Center and UW Medical Center. He completed his neurological surgery residency at Providence-Providence Park Hospital/Michigan State College of Human Medicine in 2018.
Spine & Spinal Cord Surgery
Dr. Jason S. Hauptman is an assistant professor of neurological surgery and an attending neurosurgeon at Seattle Children's Hospital. Dr. Hauptman received his undergraduate degree from Muhlenberg College. He then received his M.D. from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (now called Rutgers Medical School). He went on to complete his neurological surgery residency at the University of California, Los Angeles under the leadership of Dr. Neil Martin.
Dr. Zhang completed his residency training in neurological surgery at the UW. He also completed a joint orthopedic and neurosurgery spine fellowship at the UW before becoming a faculty member in neurosurgery at the University of Texas in Houston in 2006. He returned to Seattle and joined the faculty in 2009.
Dr. Saigal is an Assistant Professor of Neurological Surgery at UW. In addition to general neurosurgery, he specializes in complex spine surgery, including spinal deformity, spinal tumors, minimally invasive techniques, spinal cord injury, and neurotrauma.
Christoph Hofstetter, M.D., Ph.D., is an associate professor in the Department of Neurological Surgery at the University of Washington. He is a neurosurgeon specializing in complex spine surgery with an emphasis on minimally invasive techniques. His primary clinical focus is on the surgical treatment of degenerative spinal disorders, including disc herniation, lumbar spondylolisthesis and cervical myelopathy, as well as, spinal oncology.
Dr. Gelfenbeyn is an Associate Professor in the Department of Neurological Surgery and Chief of Neurosurgery at Seattle VAMC.
He was born and grew up in Moscow, USSR. After graduating from the medical school he worked for 20 years at the Moscow Sklifosovsky Emergency Care Institute where he was a Chief of Neurosurgery Department for the last five years. Dr. Gelfenbeyn immigrated to the US at the end of 2000 and redid his residency. He currently works at the Seattle VAMC.
Dr. Chesnut, based at Harborview Medical Center, is a UW professor with appointments in two departments: Neurological Surgery, and Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine. He has particular expertise in surgery and critical care for traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injuries, failed back surgery, and adult spondylolisthesis, as well as sports-related spine and brain injuries.