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KRAUS Back & Neck Institute - General Neurosurgery

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  • Spinal Surgery, Brain Conditions, Nerve Conditions, Blood Vessel Disorders, Spinal Treatment
  • Houston, TX, USA
  • Humble, TX, USA
  • Katy, TX, USA
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Doctor Gary Kraus is the Founder of the Kraus Back and Neck Institute (KBNI) in Houston, Texas. He is Board Certified by the American Board of Neurosurgery, is Fellowship trained, and recognized as a top neurosurgeon by his peers and patients. Dr. Kraus’ skills are unsurpassed and his comprehensive surgical expertise is evidenced by thousands of spine patients who have benefited under his care.

Hallmarks of Dr. Kraus’ practice include diagnostic accuracy and successful treatment of different and complex spinal problems.

Best Doctors in America H Texas Magazine
Multiple years Houston’s Top Doctors
2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011

Whether your spine disorder is treated with or without surgery, be assured, Dr. Kraus holds to a higher standard in patient care.


The KBNI’s Core Concepts of Spine Care

  • Your health is your most precious possession. It is our primary concern
  • Pain is a vital sign of genuine concern
  • Education empowers patients to make better decisions about their health
  • Compassion, kindness and honesty are principles of good medical care

To learn more about Dr. Kraus, his practice and solutions for a pain-free life, please contact the KBNI today.

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