About Our Practice

The most advanced surgical techniques.
The most advanced surgical training.

The professionals at Precision Spine Center represent a
multidisciplinary team of spine care experts with an excellent
track record of success in treating a wide variety of spinal
disorders. We are one of a very few centers in the United
States to use 3D navigation during surgery, as well as
computer-assisted spine surgery. This advanced technology
allows us to accurately treat the affected area without damaging
healthy bone, tissue or nerves, and enables the precise placement
of implanted devices to achieve optimal outcomes.

Precision Spine Center is one of the few spine treatment centers in the country with multiple practicing physicians that are dual fellowship trained in both orthopedic and neurological spinal surgery... a rare combination of training that brings a more comprehensive perspective to our practice and an added measure of confidence for our patients.

Spine care is our specialty, our sole focus, our passion. If you’re seeking long-term relief and/or optimum spine health, we invite you to consult with us.

Doctor ChoiDr. William Choi

After receiving his medical degree from McGill University in Montreal, Dr. Choi completed a neurosurgical residency at Montreal Neurological Institute and was awarded the prestigious Penfield Award for Excellence in Neurosurgery. He pursued further specialization in spine surgery through two complex spine clinical/research fellowships at UCLA and the University of Miami. Dr. Choi then moved to Colorado to direct the Multidisciplinary Spine Surgery Program at the University of Colorado Hospital, helping the program to become one of the top regional referral centers in just two years. Today, Dr. Choi is the Chief of Neurosurgery at SkyRidge Medical Center, one of the busiest and most respected spine centers in the Rocky Mountain region.

Doctor ChoiDr. Michael Madsen

Dr. Madsen graduated cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, with a degree in physics from Brigham Young University. He then attended Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons where he was selected for the Alpha Omega Alpha honor medical society and won the Rosamond Kane Cummins award. After completing his residency in orthopedic surgery at The Hospital for Special Surgery at Cornell University, he received fellowship training at Twin Cities Spine Center and at the University of Heidelberg in Germany with Professor Jurgen Harms. His specialties include minimally invasive surgery, spinal deformity correction surgery, and degenerative spine surgery.