Dr. Kam Raiszadeh
Kam Raiszadeh, MD, serves as medical director of the Advanced Spine Institute & Minimally Invasive Spine Center at Alvarado Hospital. Dr. Raiszadeh is board certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery and an active member of the Scoliosis Research Society and North American Spine Society.
After graduating with highest honors in biochemistry from U.C. Berkeley, Dr. Raiszadeh earned his medical degree at U.C. San Francisco. He completed his orthopedic residency at U.C. Davis and fellowship training in adult and pediatric spine surgery at the Hospital for Joint Disease in New York. For years, Dr. Raiszadeh’s training and practice has involved complex spinal reconstruction including scoliosis, kyphosis, fractures and cervical reconstruction. In an effort to improve surgical treatment, Dr. Raiszadeh has developed and submitted patents regarding minimally invasive and motion sparing devices.
Dr. Raiszadeh has been extensively engaged in the advancement of minimally invasive surgery and the improvement of non-operative treatment of spinal conditions. He is the founder of SpineZone, a medically based spine strengthening program. With the SpineZone strengthening system, comparative studies show excellent results in increasing function and preventing surgery. In addition, Dr. Raiszadeh has founded SHaRE, the Spine Humanitarian and Research and Education foundation devoted to charitable care and advancing the science of spinal care.
A highly skilled surgeon, Dr. Raiszadeh is often invited to be a guest lecturer at medical conferences worldwide.