Dr. Vincent Wang has joined the staff at Texas Spine and Neurosurgery Center, located on the campus of Methodist Sugar Land Hospital. He will also serve on the medical staff at Methodist Sugar Land Hospital.
Dr. Wang joins Methodist Sugar Land Hospital from the University of California San Francisco, where he was an assistant clinical professor in neurological surgery. His major clinical focus is spinal surgery and the use of minimally invasive techniques for complex surgical cases. Dr. Wang has performed numerous spinal reconstruction surgeries on patients with spinal cord/nerve compression and spinal instability due to tumor, infection, trauma and degenerative causes.
Dr. Wang grew up in Sugar Land and is a graduate of Clements High School. He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Houston and his M.D. and Ph.D. from Baylor College of Medicine. After medical school, he performed his residency training at University of California San Francisco and was later named to the school’s teaching staff. He also had an active clinical practice focusing on spine and neurotrauma in San Francisco.
“Dr. Wang is an excellent physician and surgeon with a clinical background and patient-oriented approach that fit perfectly with our philosophy,” said Dr. Rajesh Bindal, founder of Texas Spine and Neurosurgery Center and medical director of the Methodist Sugar Land Neuroscience Center. “He will play a major role in the growth of our spine care and neurosurgery practice here as we continue to expand our capabilities. We welcome Dr. Wang back to Sugar Land.”