GARY GONYA, MD
YEARS IN PRACTICE:
Dr. Gary A. Gonya is a Johns Hopkins trained Orthopaedic Spine Surgeon. Understanding a patient’s pain and creating a plan to manage it is a cornerstone to Dr. Gonya’s approach to improving quality of life. When spine surgery is indicated, Dr. Gonya places an emphasis on educating the patient and reviewing all the different surgical approaches and options available, striving to find minimally invasive techniques for faster and more effective recovery following surgery. Dr. Gonya specializes in endoscopic surgery of the spine using camera-guided technology and motion preserving disc replacement.
Dr. Gonya received his medical degree from Mount Sinai School of Medicine in 1998. He went on to train as an Orthopaedic resident at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital completing his Chief Resident year in 2004. During his Orthopaedic surgical residency, Dr. Gonya completed subspecialty training in pediatric Orthopaedic surgery at the Dupont Children’s Hospital and Orthopaedic oncology at Memorial Sloan Kettering Hospital. During his multi-specialty training in spinal surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Dr. Gonya worked alongside recognized leaders in neurosurgical, pediatric and adult spinal deformity correction surgery.