Dr. Curtis L. Beauregard is a Board Eligible neurosurgeon with fellowship training in complex spinal surgery, minimally invasive and computer-assisted surgery, and interventional pain management. Dr. Beauregard serves as the Director of Spine Surgery at University Orthopedic Care and specializes in operative and non-operative treatment of adult and adolescent spinal disorders including traumatic and degenerative spinal disease, spinal cord injury, and a variety of conditions affecting the peripheral nerves. His practice focuses on complex reconstructive and revision spine surgery with an emphasis on minimally-invasive, motion preservation techniques, including artificial disc replacement, dynamic stabilization, and the latest technologies including spinal endoscopy and laser surgery. In addition to spinal surgery, Dr. Beauregard also has extensive experience and expertise in the neurosurgical treatment of pain, including radiofrequency ablations, microvascular decompression for trigeminal neuralgia, spinal cord stimulation, intrathecal drug delivery systems, and other advanced interventions.

Dr. Beauregard approaches each patient’s unique problems with an individualized plan to optimize recovery and surgical outcomes. His mission is to provide patients with compassionate and comprehensive care focused on developing a treatment strategy to meet the patient’s specific goals and lifestyle. Dr. Beauregard spends time educating his patients about their conditions and helps them understand all of their treatment options, including non-surgical treatment. He firmly believes the physician-patient relationship is a partnership based on excellent communication, education, and understanding.

Dr. Beauregard attended Wesleyan University, where he was a Bedford Scholar, majoring in English and chemistry, with minors in physics and psychology, graduating Summa Cum Laude. He then attended the University of Kansas School of Medicine, where he was the recipient of numerous awards, including junior election to Alpha Omega Alpha, the Merck Manual Award, given to the senior medical student with the highest academic achievement, and the Thorkil Jensen Award for the Outstanding Student in Surgery. He graduated with the Highest Distinction in 1996. Following medical school, Dr. Beauregard entered neurosurgical residency training at the University of Florida. During his residency, Dr. Beauregard completed a Master of Science degree in the Evaluative Clinical Sciences at The Dartmouth Institute. Before entering private practice, Dr. Beauregard also completed a fellowship in complex and minimally-invasive spinal surgery at Semmes-Murphey Neurological Clinic at the University of Tennessee, the largest neurosurgical practice in the United States.

  • Surgical Expertise

    Comprehensive Adult and Adolescent Spinal Surgery
    Anterior Cervical Discectomy & Fusion
    Artificial Disc Replacement
    Laminectomy – Spinal Decompression
    Minimally Invasive Surgery including spinal endoscopy
    Lumbar Stabilization
    Epidural Steroid Injections, Facet Joint Injections
    Medial Branch Nerve Blocks
    Sacroiliac Joint Injections / Blocks
    Kyphoplasty / Vertebroplasty
    Radiofrequency procedures
    Spinal cord and dorsal root ganglion stimulation

  • Medical School

    University of Kansas School of Medicine

  • Residency

    University of Florida / Shands Hospital – Neurological Surgery

  • Fellowship

    University of Tennessee / Semmes-Murphey Neurological Clinic – complex and minimally-invasive spinal surgery

  • Specialty

    Complex and reconstructive spinal surgery
    Motion preservation
    Minimally invasive surgical techniques
    Spinal Decompression
    Dynamic Stabilization Techniques

  • Locations

    West Coast & Central Florida