Robert Yount M.D.

Dr. Robert Yount received his M.D. and Ph.D. in biophysics and residency in Neurological Surgery at the Indiana University School of Medicine. His experience with complex spine problems and the treatment of brain tumors is well respected among his colleagues. Since 1975, Dr. Yount has shared this expertise with other physicians via presentations and publications in the United States and Canada. His most recent lecture examined deep brain stimulation as it relates to the treatment of Parkinson’s disease.

Certified by the American Board of Neurological Surgery in 1991, he continues to expand his capabilities with further training. “Surgical Management of Movement Disorders,” “Advanced Trauma Life Support,” “Stereotactic Radiosurgery,” and “Minimal Access Spinal Technologies” are among the many courses he has completed.

Dr. Yount provides patient care through open, honest communication. He employs years of experience and careful consideration to develop a course of action for each individual and asks his patients to be active participants in their treatment.

Walter Langheinrich M.D.

Dr. Walter Langheinrich received his undergraduate education from the University of Colorado and the University of Notre Dame. Upon graduation in 1983, he entered Indiana University School of Medicine and then completed his surgical internship and neurosurgical residency at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. He received certification from the American Board of Neurological Surgery in 2000.

His expertise is well respected among colleagues, and he has published several articles in periodicals such as Internal Medicine and the Journal of Neurosurgery. His career also includes extensive research in the radiobiology of human meningioma. His special interests are: microsurgical treatment for trigeminal neuralgia, vagal nerve stimulator treatment of epilepsy, baclofen and intrathecal pump therapy for spasticity, spine and tumor surgery.

Dr. Langheinrich’s patients find that he provides helpful, practical explanations to describe their conditions, in a way that is easily understood by those outside the medical field. He enjoys relating to his patients and develops an understanding not only of their physical condition, but of their interests and ambitions as well.

Stephen Smith M.D.

Dr. Smith is a graduate of the Indiana University School of Medicine. He finished his neurosurgical residency at the University of Kansas in 2004, and completed subspecialty fellowship training in spinal surgery at the University of Tennessee Health Sciences Department.

Dr. Smith has had extensive training in minimally invasive techniques for discectomy, decompression and fusion. His background offers experience with motion-preserving technologies including artificial disc replacement, vertebroplasty / kyphoplasty and minimally invasive foraminotomy. He is also skilled in surgical procedures for spinal tumors, vascular malformations, and traumatic spinal fracture.

Since 1996, Dr. Smith has worked to advance the neurosurgical field with research, publications and presentations in various areas of his expertise, injuries of the cervical spine, thoracic disc herniation, lumbar degenerative disk disease, and Parkinson’s disease are just a few. He is an active member of the North American Spine Society, the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, and the Congress of Neurological Surgeons.

His compassionate demeanor is of great comfort when patients visit for a consultation or treatment. Their wellbeing is always his first priority.

Andrew Losiniecki, M.D.

Dr. Losiniecki received his medical degree from Indiana University School of Medicine and completed his fellowship in neurocritical care at the University of Cincinnati Neuroscience Institute.

Dr. Losiniecki has conducted numerous presentations and contributed to a variety of publications. He is a member of the Congress of Neurosurgeons and American Association of Neurologic Surgeons.

His special interests include the following: brain/spine tumors, minimally invasive techniques for the cervical/thoracic/lumbar spine, traumatic brain injury/concussion, trigeminal neuralgia, peripheral nerve disorders and cerebral aneurysms.

He enjoys hunting, rafting and hiking.