Dr. Angeles is a board-certified neurosurgeon with a specialty in complex and minimally invasive spine surgery. Her emphasis is on compassionate patient care. An honors graduate of Meharry Medical College in Nashville, where she earned both a medical degree and PhD in Neurophysiology, she completed her residency in Neurological Surgery at the University of Texas in Galveston and a Spine Fellowship at Stanford University Medical Center in Palo Alto, California. She is a member of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons.
Dr. Catherine Gallo is a board-certified neurosurgeon with a special clinical interest in minimally invasive spine surgery and spine instrumentation. A magna cum laude graduate of Louisiana State University, she earned her medical degree at Tulane University School of Medicine in 1981 and completed her internship in general surgery and her residency in neurosurgery at University of Missouri Hospital and Clinics. A Eugene resident since 1987, Dr. Gallo was a partner with Dr. Christopher Miller at the NeuroSurgery Group before establishing The NeuroSpine Institute.
A specialist in minimally invasive spine surgery and a leader in developing outpatient spinal surgery procedures, Dr. Christopher Miller also specializes in skull base neurosurgery, neurovascular disease and neurotrauma. A magna cum laude graduate of Duke University, he earned his medical degree from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine in 1987, where he also completed his residency in neurosurgery. He has served as a course instructor with the American Association of Neurological Surgeons and the Congress of Neurological Surgeons. Dr. Miller has been a Eugene resident since 1993.
Dr. Greg Moore is a triple certified specialist in Pain Management, Sports Medicine, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Dr. Moore earned his medical degree at the University of Texas Medical School and completed his surgical internship at Oregon Health Sciences University. He continued his residency at the University of Virginia Medical Center, then completed his fellowship in Interventional Spine and Pain Management at the Medical College of Virginia. He has a special interest in the rehabilitation of injured runners and has served on the medical team for the Olympic Trials (2012), when they were held at the University of Oregon's historic Hayward Field. He was the co-medical director of the 2014 IAAF World Junior Championships. Dr. Moore also serves as a team physician and consultant for high school and college athletes. Dr. Moore is the co-founder of the Yang Family Tai Chi Chuan Center Eugene. He has studied Yang Family tai chi since 2001.
A specialist in spine surgery, Dr. J. Christopher Noonan received his undergraduate degree from Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, and his medical degree from the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. He completed both his orthopedic residency and his spine fellowship training at Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood, Illinois. Dr. Noonan has actively pursued the latest technologies in spine surgery and performed the first endoscopic spine fusion and Dynesys dynamic stabilization in the state of Wisconsin. He previously served as chief of orthopedics, chairman of credentials committee, and chief of staff at the United Hospital System in Kenosha, Wisconsin. He joined NeuroSpine Institute in 2006. He is one of the few surgeons in the Northwest who treats young adult and adult scoliosis patients ....More
Dr. Gregory Phillips is a triple certified specialist in Interventional Pain Management, Sports Medicine.and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. In his collegiate years, Dr. Phillips played football for the University of Oregon. He graduated, earned his medical degree and completed his surgical internship at Robert Packer Hospital in Pennsylvania. He continued his residency at the University of Washington Medical Center, and then completed his fellowship in Interventional Pain Management at Integrated Pain Management Group in California. He has a special interest in the treatment of pain and has received advanced training in performing nerve blocks, radio frequency nerve lesioning and the implementation of both spinal cord stimulators and pain pumps.
Dr. Amy Athey is a licensed psychologist in Eugene and now spending part of her time at NeuroSpine Institute! Dr. Athey specializes in clinical and sport psychology. She provides clinical care, including psychotherapy and psychological evaluations, as well as performance consultation for athletes and performing artists. Dr. Athey earned a doctorate degree in clinical psychology from Loyola College in Maryland. She has published research and presented at international and national conferences on crisis intervention, ethical delivery of care, and performance psychology. Dr. Athey is a member of the American Psychology Association’s Division 47 (Exercise and Sport Psychology) and has served 2 terms on its executive board. Dr. Athey is a member of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) and is a Certified Consultant for AASP. She currently serves on the certification appeals committee. Dr. Athey is listed on the USOC Sport Psychology Registry and was one of 5 national experts, selected by the NCAA, to oversee new guidelines in the association’s Sports Medicine Handbook, revised in 2012.
Dr. Donna Morgan is an interventional pain management specialist who eventually came to Oregon from the Midwest. She obtained her undergraduate degree from the University of Illinois and went on to receive her medical degree from Northwestern University Medical School through a military health professionals scholarship program. Following her medical training, she served in the US Navy as her payback for the scholarship. In her nine years in the Navy, she completed her residency in anesthesia and worked as an anesthesiologist. At that time, she solidified her interest in pursuing full time pain management, and received her Pain Management Fellowship at the University of Washington. She has been in Oregon since 2002, practicing pain management.
Dr. Joseph Dunn joined NeuroSpine Institute in 2015, after practicing pain management in Eugene since 1998. He has been a leader in the community in pain management practices and clinical trials and continues to believe that listening to patients’ needs is the key to finding the right fit in managing their pain. Dr. Dunn grew up in Southern California, graduated from UCSD, and received his medical degree from University of California at Irvine. He completed his residency and pain management fellowship at Stanford University Medical Center in Palo Alto. Dr. Dunn returned to UCSD where he was an Assistant Clinical Professor of Anesthesia and Pain Management, and the Director of the Pain Management Fellowship. In 1998, Dr. Dunn moved to Eugene to enjoy the open space, fresh air, mountains, and rivers. He continues to hold certifications to practice in Oregon and California.