Michigan Spine Institute provides a comprehensive approach to spine care.
The Physicians team consists of Steven M. Rapp, MD, F.A.C.S and Judith Rapp, M.D.
Our goal is to provide you with the finest quality in medical spine care and help you return to an active lifestyle as quickly as possible.
STEVEN M. RAPP, M.D., F.A.C.S.
EDUCATION & TRAINING:
Wayne State University, Detriot, MI, 1969 – 1972, B.S. Biology
Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit, MI, 1972 – 1976, M.D. Degree
Wayne State University School of Medicine
Department of Anatomy, 1972 – 1975, Ph.D. Candidate
Externship: Sinai Hospital of Detroit, Detoit, MI (Radiation Therapy), June 1973 – August 1973
Residency: General Surgery, Detroit Medical Center, July 1978 – June 1979
Neurosurgery, Detroit Medical Center, July 1979 – June 1984
Postgraduate training in Neuroanatomy, Wayne State University School of Medicine
Teaching Fellow, Department of Anatomy, Wayne State University School of Medicine 1972 – 1975
ACADEMIC HONORS AND AWARDS:
B.S. Biology with Honors
Phi Beta Kappa
Hour Magazine “Top Doc” 2005, 2006
Medical License – State of Michigan – 1977
Diplomat of the American Board of Neurological Surgery
Diplomat of the American Academy of Pain Management
Fellow of the American College of Surgeons
Saint Joseph Mercy – Oakland
Detroit Medical Center
Huron Valley-Sinai Hospital
Crittenton Hospital Medical Center
MEMBERSHIP IN MEDICAL SOCIETIES:
American Association of Neurological Surgeons
Michigan Association of Neurological Surgeons
The Congress of Neurological Surgeons
North American Spine Society
JUDITH RAPP, M.D.
EDUCATION & TRAINING:
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI 1972 – 1976 B.S. Degree in Biology with High Distinction
Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit, MI 1976 – 1980 M.D. Degree
Externship: Mount Carmel Hospital, Detroit, MI (Pediatrics) June 1977 – August 1977
Internship: Sinai Hospital of Detroit, Detroit, MI (Rotating Medical) Oct 1980 – Sept 1981
Residency: Sinai Hospital of Detroit, Detroit, MI (Anesthesiology) July 1980 – August 1980 / Oct 1981 – Aug 1983
American Board of Anesthesiology, April 1986
Anesthesiologist at St. Mary’s Hospital, Livonia, MI Sept 1983 – Sept 1984
Senior Staff Anesthesiologist for Ambulatory Surgery at Henry Ford Fairlane and
West Bloomfield Satellites Sept 1984 – July 1986
Senior Staff Anesthesiologist at Henry Ford Hospital Detroit, Aug 1986 – Dec 1987
Division Head of Anesthesiology at Henry Ford Ambulatory Surgery Fairlane in Dearborn, MI Jan 1988 – Jan 1999
Director of Anesthesia Division Head of Henry Ford Health System Ambulatory Surgery
Fairlane in Dearborn, MI 1990 – 1997
Director and Anesthesia Division Head of Henry Ford Western Wayne Region Ambulatory
Surgical Services 1995 -1997
Director of Anesthesia Division Head of both Henry Ford Fairlane and West Bloomfield Ambulatory
Surgical Services 1998 – 2003
Director of Anesthesia Division Head of the West Bloomfield Ambulatory Surgery Center 1998 – 2003
Michigan Endoscopy Center April 2003 – Sept 2003
Michigan Neurosurgical Specialists 2003 – present
Adjunct Staff Anesthesiologist at Botsford Hospital 2004 – present
Adjunct Staff Anesthesiologist at North Oakland Medical Center (Doctors Hospital) July 2008 – Nov 2008
MEMBERSHIP IN MEDICAL SOCIETY:
American Society of Anesthesiologists
International Anesthesia Research Society
Michigan Society of Anesthesiologists
Society of Ambulatory Anesthesia
American Physician Fellowship
Lauren Eichenbaum, MD
Lauren Eichenbaum, MD is a board-certified specialist who provides nonsurgical options for patients with back, hip, knee pain, and other musculoskeletal ailments. She has additional expertise in Botox for chronic migraines and cervical dystonia.
Dr. Eichenbaum trained at Stanford University (Stanford, Ca), and The Icahn school of medicine, Mount Sinai (New York, NY), is published in the medical literature and is board certified by the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
Lauren Eichenbaum, M.D. was born and raised in the Detroit area. She completed her residency training at both Mount Sinai and Stanford in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Currently, her focus is on the diagnostic and therapeutic management of musculoskeletal disorders, with a special interest in spine disorders and Botox treatments for chronic migraines and cervical dystonia.