Nicholas B. Rossi, M.D.
Dr. Rossi earned his medical degree at Indiana University School of Medicine where he completed the Honors in Neurosciences program prior to pursuing his neurosurgery training. Dr. Rossi obtained his surgery training with one of the largest independent neurosurgical groups in the country, the Semmes Murphey Clinic, in Memphis, Tennessee.
Memphis is home to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital where Dr. Rossi was a part of the St. Jude neurosurgery team and gained exposure to the most cutting edge technology and neuro-oncology trials in the world.
As a senior resident, Dr. Rossi pursued a dedicated complex spinal surgery fellowship training in Bristol, England, where the artificial cervical disk was invented. Here he functioned in an independent capacity working alongside both orthopedic and neurosurgical spine surgeons within the National Health System of the United Kingdom. This experience provided Dr. Rossi insight into the philosophies of spinal surgeons working within a much more cost contained system where emphasis is placed on financially mindful and conservative (nonsurgical) treatment options.
Dr. Rossi is trained in the latest spinal surgery techniques including minimally invasive spinal surgery and artificial disk replacement.
Dr. Rossi enjoys spending time with his loving wife Brittney, young daughter, and their Bernese mountain dog Olaf. He was born in Irving and is the oldest of five children; all of his younger siblings have pursued careers in medicine. Dr. Rossi enjoys staying physically active with running, swimming, and road cycling.