Wade Ceola, MD, FACS, FAANS

Dr. Wade Ceola is board-certified in Neurological Surgery. He trained at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and practiced for 14 years in Springfield, Missouri at the Springfield Neurological and Spine Institute (SNSI). During his tenure at SNSI, he was principal investigator in bringing the first cervical artificial disc to FDA approval. Dr. Ceola has also been involved in numerous scientific studies including spinal joint replacement, spinal cord injury, facet replacement, and the MISTI III for minimal access evacuation of intracranial hemorrhage.

PRACTICE PHILOSOPHY
“My personal view for patient care is to treat everyone as though they are family. I treat each patient with respect and dignity. I work with patients to better understand their individual needs to better guide them to the right decision. My goal as a surgeon is to help patients regain their quality of life.”

CARE PROVIDED
Artificial cervical disc
Artifical lumbar disc
Minimally invasive spine surgery
Cervical fusion
Scoliosis
Complex spine reconstruction
Spinal fusion
Spinal fractures
Spine stabilization
Spine and spinal cord tumors
SI fusions
Sacral reconstruction
Peripheral nerve decompression (carpal tunnel and ulnar nerve release)
Peripheral nerve tumor
Dorsal column stimulators

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TRAINING
Board Certification:
The American Board of Neurological Surgery
Residency:
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, AR ~ Neurosurgery
Internship:
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, AR ~ General Surgery
Medical School:
University of Arkansas for Medicine, Little Rock, AR

Michael D. Campian, DO, FAAPMR

Dr. Michael Campian is board-certified in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and board-eligible in Sports Medicine. He specializes in the care of musculoskeletal injuries in the athlete and non-athlete. This includes musculoskeletal ultrasound, electrodiagnostics, and interventional spine. He has a special interest in the care of endurance sports-specific injuries, particularly with runners, climbers, mountaineers and skiers. His conservative approach revolves around using exercise as medicine and avoiding other, more invasive, procedures when possible.

Dr. Campian obtained his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine from Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Following medical school he completed a transitional internship at Naval Medical Center San Diego. After internship, he underwent further training in hyperbaric and diving medicine and was an Undersea Medical Officer in the US Navy where he worked for Naval Special Operations/SEALs. He subsequently completed his Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation residency and Sports Medicine fellowship at the University of Utah. Outside of work, he enjoys ultramarathon running, climbing, alpine skiing and ski mountaineering. He has a daughter with his wife, Andrea, who is a physical therapist.

TRAINING
Board Certification:
The American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Fellowship:
University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT – Non-operative Sports Medicine
Residency:
University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT – Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Internship:
Naval Medical Center San Diego, San Diego, CA – Transitional
Medical School:
Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine, East Lansing, MI

Physician Assistant

Natalie Arena, PA-C

Natalie has been affiliated with Valley View as a physician assistant since 2009. Her career has included specialties such as general surgery/trauma and orthopaedics. Originally from Massachusetts, she obtained her Master’s of Science in Physician Assistant Studies from Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Allied Health Sciences in 2005. She has a passion for treating patients from the first encounter through recovery.

In her spare time Natalie enjoys dirt-biking, snowmobiling, skiing, mountain biking and hiking.

Testimonials

GEORGE SHARER | PATIENT TESTIMONIAL

In 2006 when he was riding his bike down from Vail Pass and around Lake Dillon, George had a bicycle crash that left him unconscious for around six minutes. He woke up with a cracked helmet, and plenty sore from bruises, “toe to ear,” but shook off the injuries and tried not to let the accident slow him down. “I skied all winter like I always do, but by that spring I couldn’t walk for about a week.”

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LISA LEMAY | PATIENT TESTIMONIAL

At what felt like the end of a very long road of trying to find a solution for a painful condition in her neck, Aspen resident Lisa LeMay saw an ad in the newspaper for the Brain and Spinal Center at Valley View Hospital, and met Dr. Wade Ceola.

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