Spine Surgeon Antonio Webb Talks About Back Pain, Surgery Options, and Rehab



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Better Black Health with Dr. Greg Hall welcomes Dr. Antonio Webb, a board-certified and fellowship-trained Orthopedic Spine Surgeon, author, and keynote speaker based in San Antonio, Texas.  Before attending medical school, Dr. Webb spent 8 years in the US Air Force, including a deployment north of Baghdad, Iraq in 2005 as a medic. Following his military career, Dr. Webb attended college at UTSA, medical school at Georgetown University, and an Orthopedic Surgery Residency at UT San Antonio. He then went on to complete a Spine Surgery fellowship at the Texas Back Institute. Dr. Webb’s medical training also took him to various parts of the world, where he had the unique opportunity to operate and perform surgery in Liberia, West Africa, Bangkok, Thailand, and Port Au Prince Haiti on two separate occasions, showcasing his global expertise.  Currently, he is in private practice in San Antonio, Texas, where he brings his extensive experience and specialized knowledge to his patients.

He has a particular interest in minimally invasive spine surgery (MIS), a cutting-edge approach that minimizes patient discomfort and recovery time, robotics/computer navigation, and artificial disc replacement, all of which are a testament to his commitment to providing the highest quality of care. 
You can learn more about Dr Webb at www.antoniowebbmd.com  or www.youtube.com/antoniowebbmd

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