MD or DO - Surgical Orthopedics
Spine Institute of Arizona
Dr. Gause completed his orthopaedic surgery residency at the University of Pittsburgh with an emphasis in spine surgery and was named outstanding Chief Resident. Following residency, he pursued his interest in spine disorders by completing a fellowship at Case Western Reserve University. Dr. Gause specializes in the operative and non-operative treatment of the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine. He has training in microsurgery, minimally invasive techniques, and motion preservation of the spine. Additionally, Dr. Gause has been active in teaching and research throughout his medical career. His research interests have included many laboratory as well as clinical projects. He has also served as a visiting scholar to the Beatson Institute in Scotland. Dr. Gause has authored numerous scientific articles and has presented his work at national and international scientific meetings. Through research and education, Dr. Gause is dedicated to providing excellent patient care and furthering the field of spine surgery. Dr. Gause graduated from Brophy College Preparatory in Phoenix before receiving his Bachelor’s degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology from the Honors College at the University of Arizona. He received his degree summa cum laude and was named outstanding graduate of the department. Dr. Gause then attended medical school at the University of California, Los Angeles and was elected to Alpha Omega Alpha, the national medical honor society.
Spine Surgery Specialty, UCLA School of Medicine, 2002
Laminectomy (Lumbar Decompression)