The study of motion has always fascinated Dr. William Beringer. As a husband and father of four boys, private pilot, surfer, and occasional sprint tri-athlete, he is often in motion himself and understands how important mobility is to his patients. Dr. Beringer’s surgical philosophy is that while not every patient needs an operation to treat their ailments, if people do need surgical intervention, the approach should minimize collateral tissue damage. This reduces unnecessary injury to surrounding bone, ligaments, skin and nervous tissue so patients can rehabilitate faster with a better cosmetic result.
Dr. Beringer has reverence for the trust patients and their loved ones place in him to intervene on pain, paralysis and major neurological disability. His academic interests include minimally invasive spine surgery, image guidance adjuncts for spine and brain navigation and stereotactic radiosurgery.
Graduate Degree: M.S. Healthcare Administration Georgia State University in Atlanta
Medical School: Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Neurosurgery Residency: Bromenn Regional / Advocate Medical Center
Complex Spine Fellowship: Indianapolis Neurosurgical Group
AOBS Board Certified until 2027
Member of North American Spine Society, American College of Osteopathic Surgeons and Congress Neurological Surgeons