Dr. Andy Indresano

Board certified and fellowship trained orthopedic spine surgeon

Meet Dr. Andy Indresano

Dr Andy Indresano

Dr. Indresano believes the healing process starts with the patient-physician relationship and a caring and competent bedside manner. He is often recognized by patients, colleagues and peers for outstanding communication skills and he believes that all patients deserve the utmost attention and respect from all people involved in the patient’s healing process.

Dr. Indresano completed his training at the University of California, San Diego for his orthopedic surgery residency, one of the highest ranked Orthopedic training programs in the nation. Dr. Indresano then completed his specialty training in spine surgery at one of the leading spine programs in the country: the University of Wisconsin, Madison, a program renowned for innovation and leadership in the field of Spine Surgery.

Dr. Indresano Fast Facts

  • Graduated top of his class at University of California, San Diego
  • Received Fellow Research award for spine research at University of Wisconsin, Madison
  • Extensively published in leading, peer-reviewed medical journals
  • Board Certified and Fellowship Trained orthopedic spine surgeon
  • Served as Academic Chief of residency program during his time in San Diego
University of California University of Wisconsin

Dr. Indresano believes in aiding the body to heal itself through conservative treatment options such as anti-inflammatory medications, physical therapy, aquatic therapy, massage, injection therapy, acupuncture, chiropractic care and ultrasound whenever possible.

If pain and/or disability persists despite conservative treatment, Dr. Indresano is an expert in surgical spinal care for spinal pathology at all levels of the spine, including the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine. He has expertise in both traditional and state-of-the-art minimally invasive techniques. He is an expert at routine spine surgery as well as complex spinal reconstruction and deformity surgeries, including scoliosis and revision surgery for patients who have undergone previous spinal surgery without success.

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