Clinical Assistant Professor, Neurological Surgery
Dr. Bailey joined the Department of Neurological Surgery in January 2019. Dr. Bailey specializes in the surgical management of degenerative spine disease of the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spine, utilizing both traditional as well as modern minimally invasive approaches. He has a personal interest in surgical removal of both primary and secondary tumors of the spine. Dr. Bailey enjoys working in collaboration with PCPs, neurologists, pain management specialists, as well as other clinicians in formulating the optimal treatment plan that will allow for an improved lifestyle in patients who suffer from spinal disease. Many disorders of the spine are successfully treated without surgery, but when intervention is needed, Dr. Bailey ensures individualized care for each of his patients.
Dr. Bailey received his medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania, where he also completed his residency training in neurological surgery. He completed fellowship training at Wellington Regional Hospital in Wellington, New Zealand.