2727 East Lemmon Ave, Dallas, TX 75204
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Christopher Michael, MD

  •   3600 Gaston Ave., Barnett Tower, Suite 907
    Dallas, TX 75246
  •   (214) 823-2052
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Spine Surgery - Neurosurgery

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Dr. Christopher Michael is a board-certified Dallas Neurosurgeon and has been in private practice at Baylor University Medical Center since 2001. He completed his undergraduate degree at Duke University. He then went on to medical school and completed his neurosurgical residency, both at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. He also has an appointment as Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Neurosurgery, Texas A&M, Health Science Center, and College of Medicine. 

Dr. Michael currently holds the position of chairman of the board of managers at Methodist Hospital for Surgery in Addison. He has also served as director of the state-of-the-art neurosurgical operating facilities at Baylor University Medical Center, which include intraoperative MRI for the brain, as well as, image-guided surgery for the brain and spine.

Dr. Michael is a member of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons and the Congress of Neurological Surgeons as well as the AANS/CNS joint section on brain tumors. He has published research in both the Journal of Neurosurgery and Neurosurgery.

Dr. Michael enjoys being back in Dallas where he was raised. He lives with his wife Mina, their two children and their two dogs. They are members of the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Christian church.













At Texas Neurosurgery, we are committed to focusing on the needs, challenges and solutions for each unique patient. Our practice is centered around providing the highest quality care to every person who walks into our office. Texas Neurosurgery works both with you and your primary care doctor to explore all of your options and develop a treatment plan. If your spine needs attention, the ideal approach may be a straightforward, outpatient microdiscectomy or a spinal fusion. In other cases, it may only require conservative care involving physical therapy, with no surgery necessary. For people with brain tumors or other lesions, we take the time to explain the condition to you and your family and discuss various treatment options. Our commitment is unwavering: We provide you with a complete understanding of your condition and offer you the best and most personalized care possible.