Physician spotlight: Brad Curt, MD
Dr. Bradford "Brad" Curt is dedicated to treating patients with disorders of the brain and spine. He is an expert in minimally invasive spine surgery, spinal deformity correction in adults, and image-guided neurosurgery. He sees patients at the UC Health Physicians Office North in West Chester, Ohio. He has been named to Cincinnati Magazine's regional list of Top Doctors every year since 2012.
Dr. Curt earned his bachelor's degree at Brown University and his medical degree at the Emory University School of Medicine. He performed his residency training at the University of Cincinnati from 2003 to 2009 and completed a fellowship in spine surgery at UC in 2010. He joined Mayfield Brain & Spine immediately following his fellowship.
Dr. Curt and his wife, Mackenzie, are passionate supporters of the March of Dimes, the Arthritis Foundation, and autism research. In 2013 the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Chapter of the March of Dimes named Mackenzie and Brad Curt their Local Ambassador Family of the Year.
The Curts' oldest child was born 10 weeks prematurely. Fragile and sick, he weighed only 3 pounds, 10 ounces at birth. "He spent five weeks at Cincinnati Children's Medical Center learning the skills he should have perfected in the womb," Mrs. Curt recalled. The Curts were honored at the 2013 Signature Chefs Auction of Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky at the Cintas Center at Xavier University.
Webinar: Lumbar Stenosis - Diagnosis and Treatment Options with Dr. Brad Curt.
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