Meet Dr. Aryan
“I remember each and every person who has helped me along my journey. I want to have that same kind of impact on others – to truly help them. My approach with each patient is to arm them with the knowledge and understanding needed to make the best decision for them. My commitment is to combine the least invasive with the most effective, proven treatment available today.”
Dr. Aryan is a board-certified neurosurgeon specializing in spine surgery and surgical treatment of brain pathologies. In addition to his experience as an orthopedic doctor, Dr. Aryan’s surgical specialties include minimally invasive decompression, minimally invasive stabilization, cervical and lumbar fusions, endoscopic surgical techniques, regenerative medicine and stem cell treatments of the spine. Dr. Aryan’s commitment to each patient is to combine the least invasive with the most effective proven treatment available.
Dr. Aryan completed an internship and a residency in neurological surgery at Ohio University in Columbus, Ohio where he served as Chief Resident. He earned his medical degree at New York Institute of Technology, College of Osteopathic Medicine in Long Island, New York. His undergraduate studies in biology were completed at the University of Maryland in Baltimore, where he graduated cum laude and made the National Dean’s List.
While at Ohio University COM-Riverside Methodist/Grant Medical Center, Dr. Aryan served as a clinical instructor in the Department of Neurosurgery where he participated in teaching and mentoring both the basic sciences and clinical medicine. During this time, Dr. Aryan received numerous academic awards and honors. Today the spinal doctor continues his role in academics. Through his active participation in clinical research, Dr. Aryan is remains at the forefront of new surgical development and first line treatment for spinal disease.
Texas Neurosurgeon for Spinal Disease
Saeid E. Aryan, DO is not one who accepts “no” for an answer. His goal is to always exceed expectations. Dr. Aryan came to the US as an immigrant before applying and being accepted to college, medical school and eventually residency. He was also one of very few applicants accepted into a neurological surgery program.
This spine surgeon’s story doesn’t stop there, however. Even though many people throughout his journey said there was no possible way, Dr. Aryan stuck with it and gave everything he had. While the setting has changed, his personality has not. Dr. Aryan applies that same attitude in the operating room. If you ask him about his long journey to become a neurosurgeon, he’ll grin broadly and say, “If you love what you’re doing, it doesn’t matter how long it takes.”
In the Aryan household, family is never taken for granted. Dr. Aryan and his wife, Frayba, enjoy keeping up with their three active children and look forward to sharing each and every milestone along the path they call parenthood.