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Brett Menmuir, M.D. Joins Laser Spine

Elizabeth Hofheinz, M.P.H., M.Ed. • Thu, April 12th, 2018

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Brett Menmuir, M.D.

Brett Menmuir, M.D. has joined the team at the Laser Spine Institute LLC, and will be based out of the company’s Scottsdale, Arizona, facility. Dr. Menmuir is a graduate of Georgetown University’s School of Medicine who completed his orthopedic spine residency at Louisiana State University, then did a fellowship at Twin Cities Spine Center in Minneapolis.

“We’re incredibly pleased to have Dr. Menmuir join our Laser Spine Institute team as the newest Orthopedic Spine Surgeon,” said company President and CEO Roger Cary in the March 13, 2018 news release. “Dr. Menmuir is an accomplished surgeon, and he has devoted his career to providing the best possible care for his patients, making him a perfect fit for the surgical team.”

As the company wrote in the news release, “From an early age, Dr. Menmuir knew his career would involve working with his hands to help those suffering from chronic pain. His focus and determination would eventually lead him to a career in orthopedic spine surgery, allowing him to use his skills to heal those in need.”

“Before joining Laser Spine Institute’s surgical team, Dr. Menmuir spent more than a decade at Reno Orthopedic Clinic where he was the Spine Team Leader. While there, he specialized in minimally invasive techniques for spine and sacroiliac joint fusions, motion preservation surgery, pain management and orthopedic procedures.”

Dr. Menmuir told OTW, “In my new role, my priority is to help our patients find lasting relief from chronic neck or back pain so that they can get back to their lives. I am excited to start the next chapter of my career at Laser Spine Institute, working alongside my dedicated and passionate colleagues on the surgical team. My first steps as I settle into this new role will be finding ways that I can carry out our mission of helping our patients return to the things they love most.”

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