Addison T. Stone, MD


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Addison T. Stone, MD, specializes in minimally invasive spine surgery, trauma, and fractures. He treats a full range of conditions affecting the entire spine, including degenerative changes, trauma, and scoliosis. He exhausts all non-operative treatments, including physical therapy and injections, before considering more invasive options. More than 95% of his spine surgeries use minimally invasive techniques. His sole goal is to achieve the best possible outcomes for his patients using the least invasive techniques possible.

Dr. Stone finds it very rewarding to see the quality of a patient’s life significantly improve with proper diagnosis and treatment of spinal conditions. His approach to treating the spine is to start with the most conservative modalities. He spends considerable time listening to and examining his patients to accurately determine the cause of their symptoms. When surgery is indicated, he explains the procedure to his patients and makes sure they feel comfortable throughout the process. He is devoted to educating his patients about their spine so they can make more informed decisions.

Dr. Stone believes he has strong moral and ethical character. He takes great pride in his work and accepts no less than perfection. He stays current with the latest advances in treatment options in order to provide his patients with the highest level of care. He feels honored to have the opportunity to improve each patient’s quality of life.


Program: MD
Institution: University of Wisconsin Madison

Program: Board certified
Institution: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery

Program: Residency
Institution: University of Washington Medical Center

Program: Fellowship in Orthopedic Surgery
Institution: Spine Care Medical Group


American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons

North American Spine Society

Society for Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

The Society of Lateral Access Surgery

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