Dr. Spurrier is a board-certified neurosurgeon with several decades of experience in the field.

Dr. Spurrier joined University Orthopedic Care with nearly 40 years of experience as a board-certified, fellowship trained neurosurgeon. He specializes in general neurosurgery, cerebrovascular surgery, and minimally invasive endoscopic spine surgery. Dr. Spurrier also utilizes multiple nonsurgical treatment methods to help people living with acute or chronic pain.

Dr. Spurrier received his medical degree from East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina. He then completed an internship in pediatrics, fellowship in cerebrovascular surgery, and a residency in neurosurgery. He’s been board-certified in general neurosurgery by the American Board of Neurological Surgery. He believes in using the least invasive treatment measures possible to help reduce pain and restore function for people enduring painful spine and joint conditions.

As a skilled neurosurgeon, Dr. Spurrier has experience diagnosing and treating conditions that affect the brain, spine, and nervous system. Neurosurgeons are trained to use both nonsurgical and surgical methods to treat complicated neurological issues and diseases. Dr. Spurrier’s minimally invasive approach allows him to offer comprehensive treatment solutions to help patients get back on their feet and pain-free in the least invasive way possible

  • Surgical Expertise

    Comprehensive Adults and Adolescents Spinal Surgery
    Radiofrequency Ablation – Rhizotomy
    Minimally Invasive Disc Decompression
    Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion
    Artificial Disc Replacement
    Laminectomy – Spinal Decompression
    Minimally Invasive Discectomy
    Lumbar Stabilization
    Medial Branch Nerve Blocks
    Sacroiliac Joint Injections/Blocks

  • Medical School

    East Carolina University School of Medicine

  • Residency

    East Virginia School of Medicine

  • Fellowship

    University of Florida, Shands Hospital Neurological Surgery

  • Specialty

    Spinal Stenosis – Central and Foraminal
    Herniated Discs
    Spinal Facet Joint Syndrome/Pain
    Sacroiliac Joint Syndrome/Pain
    Nerve Impingement
    Head Injuries
    Degenerative Disc Disease
    Chronic Headaches
    Neurovascular Disorders (strokes, carotid stenosis, aneurysms)
    Spinal Deformities
    Peripheral Neuropathy
    Balance Problems

  • Locations

    • TAMPA
    • PORT CHARLOTTE coming soon