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Dr. Michael Rauzzino is a board-certified neurological surgeon focused on minimally invasive spinal surgeries, or MISS. As a leading authority in spinal and neurological care, Dr. Rauzzino has worked with professional sports teams such as the Detroit Lions, Red Wings, and Tigers.
A recognized expert in all areas of neurosurgery, Dr. Rauzzino has served as Chief of Neurosurgery and Neurosciences at the Sky Ridge Medical Center. He is also on staff at The Medical Center of Aurora, UCHealth Memorial Hospital, and Parker Adventist Hospital.
Dr. Rauzzino has been recognized for his extensive knowledge base and surgical skills. A pioneer in advanced techniques such as minimally invasive spinal surgeries (MISS), Dr. Rauzzino is proficient in spinal preservation surgeries utilizing cervical and lumbar artificial discs (disc arthroplasty).
After attending Bucknell University in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, Dr. Rauzzino earned his medical degree at Texas Tech University, where he was the recipient of multiple honors. He completed his surgical internship at Barnes Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri followed by a residency in neurosurgery at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. He then completed a combined neurosurgery and orthopedic surgery spine fellowship in complex spinal disorders at the Henry Ford Hospitals in Detroit, Michigan.
Dr. Rauzzino has served as neurosurgical faculty at the Henry Ford Hospitals and Michigan State University, training other surgeons in the newest techniques. He has also contributed widely to multiple prestigious, peer-reviewed medical journals. Dr. Rauzzino has been board certified in neurological surgery since 2005.
This provider is credentialed to practice medicine at one or more UCHealth facilities but is not employed by any UCHealth facility. Contact information on this page may be for a non-UCHealth facility.
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