Allan D. “Tripp” Nanney, III, MD

Evolving Surgical Technology and Techniques to Improve the Quality of Life for Patients

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Dr. Nanney is a fellowship-trained neurosurgeon. He has published on a variety of neurosurgical topics including skull base neurosurgery, open cerebrovascular surgery, endovascular neurosurgery, micro-surgical simulation techniques and value-based care in neurosurgery. His areas of clinical interest are broad and include MIS spine, complex spine and spinal deformity, and general cranial neurosurgical pathologies.  Dr. Nanney in fluent in Spanish, and while attending the Unversity of North Carolina at Chapell Hill, he studied abroad in an emersion program in Sevilla, Spain.  He worked with a variety of organization working with rural Mexican population and the immigration community.  He was the founding member of Proyecto Puentes de Salud, a student-run organization with the goal of providing HIV and Cardiovascular health education and screening to the local Hispanic community.

Meet Dr. Tripp Nanney

Specilaites:

  • Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery
  • Complex Spine Surgery
  • Brain Disorders
  • Spinal deformity
  • Chronic Pain Management

Education and Training:

  • Fellowship:  Minimally Invasive Spine and Complex Spinal Deformity at Northwestern University-McGaw Hospitals, Chicago, IL
  • Residency:  Neurological Surgery at Northwestern University-McGaw Hospital, Chicago, IL
  • Internship:  Neurological Surgery at Northwestern University-McGaw Hospital, Chicago, IL
  • Doctor of Medicine:  University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC

Honors and Accomplishments

  • Awarded the Medical Alumni Loyalty Fund Scholarship
  • Received the Eugene S. Mayer Community Service Honor Society
  • Research Poster winner at the 12th Annual NCAFP Conference for “Proyecto Puentes de Salud: An Exploration of Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Rural Mexico”
  • John B Grahm Medical Student Research Honor Society

Dr. Nanney CV

“Neurosurgery is a broad, challenging, and exciting field that exists to treat all surgical pathologies of the human brain and spine. It is constantly evolving and becoming more sophisticated and refined as our understanding and technology improve. To excel, diligence, persistence, hard work, attention to detail, decisiveness, sound clinical decision making and technical skills are required. It is through my passion to help others that makes it a way of life for me and has become my chosen profession. I am honored to have the opportunity to serve any who suffer from diseases of the brain and spine. I strive to uphold the principles of my specialty during my quest to improve the quality of life of my patients.”