Surgeon, Chicago Center for Orthopedics
Theodore Fisher, M.D., M.S., specializes in the surgical and nonsurgical management of spine disorders for all regions of the spine (neck, upper back and lower back). He treats problems such as soft tissue and muscular ligament pain, disc herniations, spinal stenosis, spinal instability, scoliosis and others. His practice emphasizes personal care in a warm, compassionate environment.
Dr. Fisher trained at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, with an orthopedic spine fellowship, as well as at Wayne State University and Detroit Medical Center with his orthopedic surgery residency. He now practices at the Illinois Bone & Joint Institute.
In addition to his medical degree, Dr. Fisher earned a master’s degree from Northwestern University in biomedical engineering, with a focus on biomechanics and design of prosthetics. His research and writing on spinal orthotics and spinal biomechanics have appeared in books, scholarly journals and at medical conferences.
Year Started Practice
- Back and neck pain
- Disc herniations
- Workers compensation
- Medical School: University of Illinois, Chicago, IL
- Internship: Wayne State University, Detroit Medical Center, MI
- Residency: Wayne State University, Detroit Medical Center, MI
- Fellowship: Sinai Hospital of Baltimore, MD
Telephone: (312) 444-1145
Fax: (312) 444-1954