Choose Concierge Care
The ability to help a patient who is in pain, to remove their discomfort and to restore their normal function is the most fulfilling part of what I do.— Dr. Michael Gleiber
Castle Connolly Top Doctor
Vitals Compassionate Doctor
Vitals Patient's Choice
Vitals Top 10 Doctor
I was worried he wouldn't be as available as he said. Now I know what a real concierge MD office is and should be!!!!— Patient
Why choose Dr. Michael Gleiber for your spine surgery?
When seeking the best treatment option for your spine surgery, you don't have to look any further. Here are the top reasons patients choose to have surgery with Dr. Michael Gleiber:
- Outstanding OutcomesRecognized for his excellence in surgery and attention to detail.
- Concierge Spine Surgery®Putting patients first from day one.
- Cutting-edge TechnologyRated one of the top minimally invasive spine surgeons.
Our staff is extremely caring, professional, and diligent. They take great pride in making this important difference for patients to make sure that the treatment process not only goes smoothly, but is done efficiently and in a timely fashion.
We employ a team approach method with other physicians to make sure that all surgical/medical matters are treated in the best interest of our patients.
We also make sure to incorporate conversations with family members throughout the process, so that no patient's family members, loved ones, or friends are ever “left in the dark.” They know they can call my office or me for regular updates throughout the operative period. We strive to eliminate any amount of worry or concern that may develop.
What does it mean to be a “concierge-style surgical practice?” In short, it means that our practice is with you from the beginning to the end of your treatment – for anything and everything.
You see the surgeon for at least 60 minutes to review whether you are a candidate for spine surgery. Everything about the pre and post operative period is clearly explained beforehand. There are no silly questions! We spend as much time as you need with us.
Our office assists in travel arrangements and hotel accommodations while you recover in South Florida. Our office always puts patients first! We have experience making your stay, as well as your loved ones' stay, as pleasant as possible and will tailor your visit to your requests or special needs.
Our staff arranges everything for our patients during the pre-operative process and post-operative process. All appointments including MRIs, medical clearance, and other appointments are all arranged by our office. Patients only have to show up at the time that is arranged for them.
Our staff files ALL insurance claims for patients who are out-of-network. We file all of the proper coding fees and reimbursement goes directly to the patient. We try to make sure patients are reimbursed the maximum amount.
Michael A. Gleiber, MD, FAAOS, PA has opted out of Medicare, however, many of our patients still have Medicare. If you have Medicare, we can still help. Please call our office at (561) 972-6464 and we will be happy to discuss your options with you.
While in the hospital, patients are constantly followed by Dr. Gleiber personally, as well as the nursing staff, internal medicine doctor, cardiologist and other consultants that he deems appropriate. This ensures that we have not only provided the best surgical care, but also the best aftercare.
Dr. Gleiber, an Ivy League, board certified and fellowship-trained orthopedic spine surgeon, has been rated one of the top Minimally Invasive spinal surgeons for cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spine procedures.
Most procedures can be performed on an outpatient basis or an overnight stay with little post-operative pain given Dr. Gleiber's minimally invasive surgical techniques. Our results demonstrate that spinal surgery either in the neck or back can be done safely with minimal downtime.
We have earned our reputation as being leaders in minimally invasive spinal surgery and have been at the forefront of modernizing spinal surgery operations while remaining highly conservative in our clinical judgment and determination of who is a candidate for surgery.