More About Dr. Anthony Yeung
Patients who are told that there is no surgical solution for their condition, who reject fusion, or seek alternative minimally invasive options have received solid outcomes with Dr. Yeung’s procedure, one that avoids injury to normal spinal anatomy. The procedure continues to evolve, is performed by all DISC surgeons, and is taught in the fellowship program directed by Dr. Yeung onsite at the Squaw Peak Surgical Facility.
Additionally, Dr. Yeung is a lecturer and prolific author of over 170 scientific publications on his technique, and was named a “Health Care Hero” by the Phoenix Business Journal. Dr. Yeung served as the President of the Maricopa County Medical Society, The Arizona Orthopedic Society, The Western Orthopedic Society- AZ Chapter, and the Board of the Arizona Medical Association. He is a former President of the World Congress of Minimally Invasive Spine Surgeons, and Current Executive Director of the International Intradiscal Therapy Society.
He was also voted Top Doctor for 2011 by his peers in Phoenix Magazine and was included in The Becker’s Orthopedic Spine Review’s annual “100 of the Best Spine Surgeons and Specialists in America” list.
Dr. Yeung was recently recognized among the top in his industry, by The Expert Network.
Dr. Yeung also enjoys travel, visiting exotic places, giving workshops, as well as teaching and lecturing internationally about his work.
Dr. Anthony Yeung is also the Executive Director for the International Intradiscal Therapy Society (IITS) and IITTSS, a 501C3 non-profit organization whose focus is on Intradiscal therapy aided by the endoscope as the least invasive, visually-guided treatment for discogenic pain.
To learn more, visit the International Intradiscal Therapy Society’s website.