Neurosurgical Spine Center
We understand that living with chronic back pain is difficult. When you’re unable to function normally, it’s hard to stay optimistic. We are here to answer your questions, deliver extraordinary care, and help you make informed treatment decisions.
Whether it is neck/back pain, sciatica, deformities, spine trauma or tumors the Hurley Spine Center offers a comprehensive evaluation of your spine and a treatment plan tailored to individual conditions, needs and lifestyles. We have always treated surgery as a last option. However, we will deliver the most advanced and minimally invasive treatment options that are available, if surgical intervention ever becomes necessary. Spine Neurosurgeon, Dr. Marc Moisi has moved from southeast Michigan to become Director of Neurosurgery at Hurley Medical Center, where he will be a beacon for specialized care in Mid-Michigan, Northern Michigan, and the Thumb. Centrally located at Hurley Neurosurgical Spine Center in Fenton, Dr. Moisi is now positioned to provide patients statewide with an added level of specialized care they can utilize for complex issues, second opinions, and innovative treatment.
For more information, or to schedule an appointment use the links below or call 810-262-7030.
Dr. Marc Moisi, Spine Neurosurgeon
Fellowship-trained as a Complex and Minimally Invasive Spine Neurosurgeon, Dr. Moisi can take care of patients no matter how complex their health issues may be. Many take comfort in knowing he doesn’t believe in rushing to surgery. Regarding his approach to patient care, he says “It’s an individualized patient-centric approach that brings comfort to patients and their families…I believe surgical interventions should only be performed when it is in the patient's best interest after reviewing and exhausting all conservative and non-surgical options.” Through Hurley Medical Center, patients will have access to a suite of services including physical therapists, rehab specialists and pain specialists, all focused on spine care and helping them finally get better.
Dr. Moisi’s approach to patient care is informed by a history of rigorous education, research, and experience caring for patients. After completing his medical degree at New York University he went on to complete an internship in general surgery at Cornell University, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital. He then completed a residency in neurological surgery at Wayne State University, Methodist Hospital, followed by a fellowship in complex and minimally invasive spine surgery at the Swedish Neuroscience Institute. Beyond his education, Dr. Moisi has authored over 45 peer-reviewed publications and multiple book chapters. He is also on the editorial board of several journals and is involved with translational and clinical research involving anatomical, biomechanical, and oncologic problems of the spine.
Dr. Moisi’s ultra-conservative and collaborative approach to spine treatments can provide care to any patient, no matter how complex their issue. His goal when working with patients, he says, “is to develop an individualized patient-centric treatment plan to get the most positive results.” With the Hurley Neurosurgical Spine Center, patients will have access to the specific, specialized treatment options that address their individual needs to get them back to the activities that they love.