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Raul Sepulveda, MD
Ethics Committee - Houston Northwest Medical Center
Harris County Delegate - Texas Medical Association
Dr. Sepulveda studied at Universidad Nuevo Leon in Monterrey, Mexico, where he also completed his internship. He did a one-year residency in general surgery at the Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton, Ohio, and a neurosurgery residency at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan.Dr. Raul Sepulveda, is a board-certified neurosurgeon, fluent in both English and Spanish.
Dr. Sepulveda has been in practice in Houston since 1972. Dr. Sepulveda is a member of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons, the Texas Neurosurgical Society, the Houston Neurological Society, the American Medical Association, Texas Medical Association, Harris County Medical Society, and the The American Society of Spine Radiology.
Dr. Sepulveda has served as President of the Medical Staff and Chairman of the Department of Surgery at Houston Northwest Medical Center.
Dr. Sepulveda is dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of problems of the central and peripheral nervous system. His particular area of interest is dealing with patients who suffer with acute or chronic problems of the spine. This includes patients with intractable pain.
Dr. Sepulveda has extensive experience in the evaluation and treatment of problems of the spine and nervous system. He no longer performs surgery; however, he assists on the surgeries of his patients and, when indicated, performs nerve blocks and injections in the spine for the treatment of certain painful disorders. He works closely with the other physicians of KSF Orthpaedic Center to help his patients achieve a better quality of life. Like all KSF Orthpaedic Center doctors, he prefers a conservative approach to treatment, but makes clear recommendations as to what type of surgery he feels may benefit his patients.
Through KSF Orthpaedic Center, Dr. Sepulveda recommends when needed the most modern diagnostic tests, including MRI, CT Scan, electromyelography, electroencephalography, etc., as well as physical therapy and rehabilitation modalities.