Grant Booher, MD
Dr. Grant Booher is a board eligible neurosurgeon specializing in the latest minimally invasive spine techniques, robotic assisted spinal surgery, cervical disc replacement, chiari decompression, minimally invasive discectomy, complex spine surgery and spinal tumors.
Dr. Grant Booher was born and raised in Arlington, TX and is a graduate of Martin High School. He graduated with honors from the University of Texas at Austin with bachelor’s degrees in Neurobiology and Psychology. He then went on to earn his medical degree at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. During medical school, he was elected president of the Arnold P. Govern Gold Humanism Honor Society for exceptional and compassionate clinical care. He went on to attend residency at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio.
During his Neurosurgical training he completed a minimally invasive spine fellowship with special focus on robotic applications. He was one of the first in the nation to train in advanced image guidance and robotic assisted techniques. His practice focuses on degenerative lumbar, thoracic and cervical disease/injury.
Dr. Booher believes in a conservative and wholistic approach when it comes to his patients. He prefers to exhaust all nonsurgical options and is proud to offer the least invasive techniques when clinically indicated. He approaches every patient as though they were a family member. During his free time, he and his wife enjoy watching sports, listening to Texas country music, and traveling.