Roberto Aranibar, MD

Roberto Aranibar, MD

Diplomate American Board of Neurological Surgery

OFFICE ADDRESS:

4410 Medical Drive, Suite 610
San Antonio, TX 78229
Phone: (210) 614-2453
Fax: (210) 614-4369

1303 McCullough, Suite 264
San Antonio, TX 78212
Phone: (210) 227-2677
Fax: (210) 227-7509

BIRTH DATE:

February 11, 1949

BIRTH PLACE:

Lima, Peru

CITZENSHIP:

U.S.A.

UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION

Bachelor in Humanities
Elementary and Secondary School, Lima, Peru, 1954-1966

MEDICAL EDUCATION:

Bachelor in Medicine
San Marcos School of Medicine, Lima, Peru, 1967-1968

Physician and Surgeon
Cayetano Heredia School of Medicine, Lima, Peru, 1969-1973

INTERNSHIP:

Lutheran Hospital of Maryland, Baltimore, Maryland, 1973-1974
Medicine – 3 months; Surgery – 3 months; OB-GYN – 3 months

RESIDENCY:

General Surgery
University of Rochester surgical Program
New York (with rotations through St. Mary’s Hospital, Rochester General Hospital and Gennesee Hospital), 1974-1975.

Neurological Surgery
University of Missouri
Columbia, Missouri, 1975-1980 (with the following rotations)

Clinical Neurosurgery
University of Missouri Medical Center – VA Hospital
Columbia, Missouri, 1975-1976

Neuropathology
Barnes Hospital at Washington University
St. Louis, Missouri, July to October 1976

Neurology
Barnes Hospital at Washington University
St. Louis, Missouri, October 1976 to July 1977

Clinical Neurosurgery
St. Luke’s Hospital (an affiliate of the Neurosurgical Program of University) Columbia, Missouri, July 1977 to December 1978

Senior Resident
Pediatric Neurosurgery
Children’s Hospital and Peter Bent Brigham Neurosurgical
Program, Harvard University, Boston, Massachusetts, January 1979 to July 1979

Chief Resident
University of Missouri Medical Center – VA Hospital
Columbia, Missouri, July 1979 to June 1980

LICENSURE:

Missouri, #35730, 1977
Texas, F8395, 1980

CERTIFICATION:

ECFMG – January 1973
FLEX – December 1976
American Board of Neurological Surgery, 1983

PRIVATE PRACTICE:

Neurological Surgery, Nacogdoches, TX, 1980-1982
Neurological Surgery, San Antonio, TX, 1982-1995 Neurosurgical Associates of San Antonio, P.A.
July 1, 1995 to present

SPECIAL TRAINING CERTIFICATES:

Lasery Microneurosurgery
November 16, 1985

Ray Threaded Fusion Cage
February 1, 1997

Gamma Knife Radiosurgery
January 26-30, 1998

BAK Lumbar Interbody Fusion System
September 19, 1998

Kyphon Ballon Kyphoplasty Training
September 15, 2000

Principles in Dynamic Stabilization
November 15-16, 2003

CHARITE® Artificial Disc
February 17, 2005

X-STOP® IPD® Interspinous Process Decompression
March 28, 2007

Mobi-C® LDR Cervical Disc
February 28, 2014

DTRAX for Cervical Fusion
March 29, 2016

STAFF APPOINTMENTS:

Chief of Neurosurgery
Baptist Memorial Hospital System, 1987

Chief of Neurosurgery
Santa Rosa Medical Center, 1987-1988

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS:

Assistant Professor
Neurological Surgery
University of Texas Health Science Center
San Antonio, TX, 1982

HOSPITAL AFFILIATIONS:

Methodist Healthcare
Methodist Stone Oak Hospital
Baptist Health System
Christus Santa Rosa
South Texas Spine & Surgical Hospital
Warm Springs
Victory Hospital San Antonio
Foundation Surgical
Forest Park Medical Center

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS:

Bexar County Medical Society
Texas Medical Association
Texas Association of Neurological Surgeons
Congress of Neurological Surgeons
American Association of Neurological Surgeons
North American Spine Society

APPOINTMENTS:

Vice-President
Texas Association of Neurological Surgeons
1999-2000

Program Chairman
Texas Association of Neurological Surgeons
1999-2000

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Aranibar, RJ, Cardenas del Monaco, D., “Anterior Microscopic Transtubular (MITR) Surgical Approach for Cervical Pyogenic C1-2 Abscess: A Case Report. International Journal of Spine Surgery, October 27, 2015.