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Michael S. Hisey, M.D.

Orthopedic Spine Surgeon Texas Back InstituteOrthopedic Spine Surgery
3537 S I35E Suite 308 Denton, TX 762104370 Medical Arts Dr. River Walk Building III Suite 230 Flower Mound, TX 76210 Phone: 940-382-2204

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Biography

| Practicing Locations: Denton/Flower Mound
| Personal Quote:

“My goal is to return my patients to productive and pain-free activity using the most advanced minimally invasive and motion-preserving techniques, holding surgery as a last option.”

| Specialty: Spine Surgery

| Fellowship Training: Spine Surgery

| Certification: Certified – American Board of Orthopedic Surgery

| Dr. Michael S. Hisey, M.D.

Michael S. Hisey, M.D. is an orthopedic surgeon at Texas Back Institute. Dr. Hisey specializes in Spinal Surgery and focuses on using the most advanced and least invasive techniques available to treat his patients. Dr. Hisey earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the California Institute of Technology and completed his Medical degree from the University of California in San Diego. He then completed a Surgical Internship and Orthopedic Surgical Residency at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia, PA. Dr. Hisey spent time in Austria working on his Trauma Fellowship at the University Clinic for Traumatology and joined Texas Back Institute in 1999 after he completed his Fellowship in Spine Surgery at Texas Back Institute.

Dr. Hisey served as President of Texas Back Institute from 2010 through 2013. Dr. Hisey has served as Vice Chairman for the Department of Surgery at Denton Regional Medical Center, Chairman of the Board of Managers for Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, Flower Mound and Vice Chairman of the Governing Board at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, Flower Mound. He also serves on several committees for national medical societies such as the North American Spine Society (NASS). He is regularly called on to present research papers or symposia at national medical society meetings.

Dr. Hisey serves as the official spine specialist for FC Dallas and is a consultant to several spine implant companies. He has been involved in the development and validation of several products used for correcting spinal disorders with minimally invasive techniques.

| Education

  • 1998-1999 Spine Surgery Fellowship, Texas Back Institute, Plano, Texas
  • 1994-1998 Orthopedic Surgery, Albert Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • September 1997 AO Trauma Fellowship, University Clinic for Traumatology, Innsbruck, Austria
  • 1992-1994 Surgery, Albert Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • 1992 M.D., University of California, San Diego, California
  • 1983 B.S., Mechanical Engineering, California Institute of Technology

| Awards/Recognition

• Mary Ann E. Keenan Research Award
• Industrial Liaison Fellow, University of California, San Diego
• Fellow, American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons
• Medical Director, Texas Back Institute
• Medical Director, SpineMark Clinical Research Organization at Texas Back Institute
• Vice Chairman, Department of Surgery, Denton Regional Medical Center
• Medical Executive Committee Member, Baylor Surgicare at Denton
• Quality Assurance Committee Member, Presbyterian Plano Center for Diagnostics and Surgery
• Research Fund Management Committee Member, North American Spine Society
• Patient Safety Committee Member, North American Spine Society
• Chairman, Board of Managers, Presbyterian Hospital of Flower Mound
• Vice Chairman, Governing Board, Presbyterian Hospital of Flower Mound
• Principal Investigator, Dynesys IDE Trial
• Principal Investigator, Flexicore Lumbar Artificial Disc IDE Trial
• Co-Principal Investigator, Mobi-C Cervical Artificial Disc IDE Trial

| Publications, Books & Presentations

As world-renowned leaders in the field of neck and back care, Texas Back Institute doctors are continuously writing and presenting professional articles, publications and speaking engagements to national and international audiences.


PUBLICATIONS

1. Dickerman RD, Guyer RD, Hisey MS: [Letter to the Editor commenting on article: Automated Intraoperative EMG Testing during Percutaneous Pedicle Screw Placement.] Spine J 6(4):473, 2006.

BOOKS AND BOOK CHAPTERS

1. Hisey MS, Keenan MA: Orthopaedic Management of the Upper Extremity after Stroke or Brain Injury. In: Green DP (ed) Operative Hand Surgery 4th edition, 1998.

PRESENTATIONS

1. Hisey MS, Tuckman A, Fleming L, Puglisi A: Talar Transition in Normal Subjects. Albert Einstein Medical Center Resident Research Competition (Winner First Prize). 1995; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

2. Hisey MS, Tuckman A, Fleming L, Puglisi A: Talar Transition in Normal Subjects. Philadelphia AOA Traveling Fellows’ Conference. October, 1996; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

3. Hisey MS, Tuckman A, Fleming L, Puglisi A: Talar Transition in Normal Subjects. Combined Japanese an American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society. 1997; Kamuela, Hawaii.

4. Hisey MS, Davidson RS: The Acetbular Angle – Normal Parameters in Juveniles and a Comparison to the Acetabelar Index.

5. Hisey MS: Biomechanics of Spinal Implants. Neuroscience Lecture Series. 1998; Plano, Texas.

6. Hisey MS, Bash J, Ohnmeiss DD, Zigler JE, Guyer RD, Blumenthal SL, Regan JJ, Hochschuler SH, Rashbaum RF: Is There an Association Between Using ADCON-LTM and the Incidence of Recurrent Disc Herniation? American Spinal Injury Association. May, 2001; Long Beach, California.

7. Hisey MS: Non-traditional Spine Surgery: Intradiscal Electrothermal Therapy, Minimally Invasive Procedures, Spinal Cord Stimulation, Artificial Discs. Spine Care of the Injured Worker conference. June, 2002; Plano, Texas.

8. Hisey MS: Back on Track: Surgery Solutions. Managing the Low Back “Train Wreck” Conference. November, 2002; Plano, Texas.

9. Sachs BL, Hisey MS, Zigler JE, Burd T, Ohnmeiss DD: Clinical Comparison of Percutaneous (Minimally Invasive) Placement of Pedicle Screws versus Standard Open Pedicle Screw Placement. International Meeting on Advanced Spinal Techniques (IMAST), July, 2003; Rome, Italy.

10. Hisey MS: Principles of Dynamic Stabilization. Dynamic Spine Stabilization. November, 2003; Plano, Texas.

11. Guyer R, Zigler JE, Hochschuler S, Rashbaum RF, Hisey M: A Prospective Study Through an Investigational Device Exemption (IDE) Comparing a New Modular Cage with the BAK Cylindrical Cage for Anterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion: 49 Consecutively Operative Cases. International Meeting on Advanced Spinal Techniques (IMAST). July, 2004; Bermuda.

12. Hisey MS: Interspinous Device Review. 2nd Trans Atlantic Spine Congress: Innovations in Spine Surgery. November, 2004; Dallas, Texas/Basel, Switzerland.

13. Hisey HS: The Role of Image Guidance in Minimally Invasive Spine Procedures. Emerging Technologies in Spine Surgery. June, 2005; Las Vegas, Nevada.

14. Hisey MS: NIH- Ethics Training. Neuroscience Lecture Series. March, 2005; Plano, Texas.

15. Hisey MS: Nuclear Replacements. 3rd Trans Atlantic Spine Congress “Innovations in Spine Surgery”. November, 2005; Dallas, Texas/Zurich, Switzerland.

16. Hisey MS: IRB Protocols. Disorders of the Spine. January, 2006; Whistler, Canada.

17. Hisey MS: NIH- Ethics Training. Neuroscience Lecture Series. March, 2006; Plano, Texas.

18. Hisey MS: NIH – Ethics Training. Disorders of the Spine. January, 2006; Whistler Canada.

19. Hisey M: Comparison of existing systems: Interspinous and dynamic screw based. Guiding Panel for Spine. December 2006; Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

20. Hisey MS: NIH – Ethics Training. Neuroscience Lecture Series. March, 2007; Plano, Texas.

21. Roush T, Bradley, WD, Hisey MS, Ohnmeiss DD: L5-S1 Interbody Fusion Using a Unique Trans-sacral Approach. International Meeting on Advanced Spinal Techniques (IMAST). July, 2007; Paradise, Bahamas.

22. Hisey MS: Human Participant Protection for Research – NIH Training. Neuroscience Lecture Series. February, 2008; Plano, Texas.

POSTERS

1. Blumenthal SL, Regan JJ, Hisey MS, Ohnmeiss DD, Guyer RD, Hochschuler SH, Zigler JE: Can Threaded Fusion Cages Be Used Effectively As Stand-Alone Devices? North American Spine Society. October, 1999; Chicago, Illinois.

2. Blumenthal SL, Hisey MS, Ohnmeiss DD, Regan JJ, Guyer RD, Hochschuler SH, Zigler JE: Can Threaded Fusion Cages Be Used Effectively as Stand-Alone Devices? International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine. April, 2000; Adelaide, Australia.

3. Blumenthal SL, Hisey MS, Ohnmeiss DD, Regan JJ, Guyer RD, Hochschuler SH, Zigler JE: Can Threaded Fusion Cages Be Used Effectively as Stand-Alone Devices? Spine Across the Sea. July, 2000; Kona, Hawaii.

4. Tran V, Ohnmeiss DD, Blumenthal SL, Chang Y, Guyer RD, Zigler JE, Hochschuler SH, Hisey MS: Analysis of Re-Operations When Using Cages as Stand-Alone Devices: Minimum Three Year Follow-Up Study. Spine + Science + Management; November, 2001; New Orleans, Louisiana.

5. Tran V, Ohnmeiss DD, Blumenthal SL, Chang Y, Guyer RD, Zigler JE, Hochschuler SH, Hisey MS, Rashbaum RF: Analysis of Re-Operations When Using Cages as Stand-Alone Devices: Minimum Three Year Follow-Up Study. Meeting of the Americas. April, 2002; New York, New York.

6. Tran V, Ohnmeiss DD, Blumenthal SL, Chang Y, Guyer RD, Zigler JE, Hochschuler SH, Hisey MS, Rashbaum RF: Analysis of Re-Operations When Using Cages as Stand-Alone Devices: Minimum Three Year Follow-Up Study. American Spinal Injury Association and the IMSOP joint conference. May, 2002; Vancouver, Canada.

7. Sachs BL, Hisey MS, Zigler JE, Burd T, Ohnmeiss DD: Clinical Comparison of Minimally Invasive versus Open Pedicle Screw Placement. International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine. June, 2004; Porto, Portugal.

8. Whitaker MC, Hisey MS: Accuracy of Percutaneous Lumbar Pedicle Screws Using Plastic vs. Metal Dilation Sleeves. American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. February, 2005; Washington, D.C.

9. Araghi A, Guyer RD, Hisey MS, Bradley WD, Sama A, Sukovich W, Hardenbrook M: Evaluation of a Novel Hydrosurgery System for Disc Preparation in Lumbar Interbody Fusion in a Cadaver Model. International Meeting on Advanced Spine Techniques (IMAST). July, 2005; Banff, Alberta, Canada.

10. Whitaker MC, Hisey MS: Accuracy of Percutaneous Lumbar Pedicle Screws Using Plastic vs. Metal Dilation Sleeves. North American Spine Society. Sept.-Oct., 2005; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

11. Araghi A, Bradley W, Guyer R, Hardenbrook M, Hisey M, Sukovich W, Taddonio R: Efficacy of Disc Space Preparation for Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion: A Comparative Study of a Novel Hydrosurgical Technique to Conventional Methods in a Cadaver Model. Spine Arthroplasty Society. May, 2006; Montreal, Canada.

12. Roybal R, Hisey MS, Zigler JE, Sachs BL, Rashbaum RF, Guyer RD, Ohnmeiss DD: Minimally Invasive Pedicle Screw Placement: A Comparison to Open Surgery. Spine Arthroplasty Society. May, 2007; Berlin, Germany.

13. Roybal R, Hisey MS, Zigler JE, Sachs BL, Rashbaum RF, Guyer RD, Ohnmeiss DD: Minimally Invasive Pedicle Screw Placement: A Comparison to Open Surgery. International Society for the Study of the Lumbar Spine. June, 2007; Hong Kong, China.

14. Araghi A, Hisey MS, Zigler JE, Guyer RD, Sachs BL, Rashbaum RF, Ohnmeiss DD: Comparison of Open vs. Minimally Invasive Surgical Technique for Posterior Lumbar Fusion. Congress of Neurological Surgeons/American Association of Neurological Surgeons Section on Disorders of the Spine and Peripheral Nerves. February, 2008; Orlando, Florida.

15. Bradley WD, Roush TF, Hisey MS, Ohnmeiss DD: Minimally Invasive Trans-sacral Approach to L5-S1 Interbody Fusion: Technique and Clinical Results. Spine Arthroplasty Society. May, 2008; Miami.

16. Araghi A, Hisey MS, Zigler JE, Guyer RD, Sachs BL, Rashbaum RF, Ohnmeiss DD: Comparison of Open vs. Minimally Invasive Surgical Technique for Posterior Lumbar Fusion. Spine Arthroplasty Society. May, 2008; Miami.

17. Theofilos C, Araghi A, Hisey M, Sasso R: Flexicore® Disc Replacement vs. Fusion for Lumbar Degenerative Disc Disease: Pain Relief Results from Four Study Sites in a Prospective, Randomized Controlled Trial. North American Spine Society SpineWeek. May, 2008; Geneva, Switzerland.

18. Bradley WD, Roush TF, Hisey MS, Ohnmeiss DD. L5-S1 Fusion Performed Using a Minimally Invasive Trans-Sacral Approach. Society for Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery. November, 2008; Henderson, Nevada.

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