About seven in ten people suffer from back pain at some point in their life. That’s why Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel now offers high-quality spine care right here in our community. Our highly trained and experienced neurosurgeons on medical staff offer comprehensive neuro spine care including non-surgical and minimally invasive treatments.
Whenever possible, our physicians take a conservative approach to treatment. In some cases, they are able to offer noninvasive options to alleviate pain and restore function. And when surgery is needed, we’re proud to offer the latest technology and techniques.
- Spinal stenosis
- Herniated disc
- Degenerative disc disease (spinal arthritis)
- Sacroiliac pain syndrome (Sacroiliitis)
- Spine and brain tumors
- Fractures of the spine
- Carpal and cubital tunnel syndromes
Located in the Wellness Plaza on the campus of Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel is NeuSpine Institute, home of neuro spine specialists leading the way for minimally invasive spine care. Click here to learn more about NeuSpine Institute or call the office at (813) 333-1186.
Neuro Spine Surgeons at Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel
Armen Deukmedjian, MD, is a fellowship-trained neurosurgeon, specializing in minimally invasive solutions for both simple and complex spinal pathologies. His focus is on surgical and non-surgical treatments of debilitating neck and back pain. Dr. Deukmedjian earned his bachelor’s degree in molecular and cell biology from the University of California San Diego, followed by a master’s degree from Georgetown University in physiology. He subsequently attended George Washington University for medical school and earned his MD with the highest distinction, being named to the Alpha Omega Alpha honors society.
Amir Ahmadian, MD, is a fellowship-trained neurosurgeon who specializes in complex minimally invasive spine surgery. He earned his bachelor’s degree in neuroscience and behavior biology at Emory University in Atlanta, Ga. He attended Medical College of Georgia School of Medicine where he obtained his MD at the top of his class as a member of Alpha Omega Alpha honors society. Dr. Ahmadian completed his neurosurgical residency as the Chief Resident, and he has authored more than 20 peer-reviewed journal publications and 10 book chapters in the field of neurosurgery and spinal deformity. Dr. Ahmadian completed his clinical fellowship in pediatric spinal deformity and scoliosis at Alfred I. Dupont Hospital for Children in Delaware and continued his education at Shriners Hospital in Tampa, Fla., during residency.