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Stephen J. Timon, M.D.

Stephen J. Timon, M.D.
Location
400 W. LBJ Fwy., Ste. 330
Irving, TX 75063 | Get Directions
972-556-2885 (phone)
972-506-8733 (fax)

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Dr. Stephen J. Timon is an orthopaedic spine surgeon who treats patients suffering from all neck and back disorders. Having skillfully trained in the full spectrum of spinal treatment options, Dr. Timon is able to diagnose and appropriately treat all spinal issues–ranging from conservative nonsurgical therapy to appropriate degrees of surgical intervention. Patients have rated their health care experiences with Dr. Timon and the positive reviews have earned him the Patients Choice Award and the Compassionate Doctor Recognition on vitals.com. He has also won the distinction as one of the Best Doctors in Dallas in D Magazine. Dr. Timon is his own patients’ advocate and takes great personal care to help improve their quality of life.

As an authority in his field, Dr. Timon is frequently asked to compose literature for spine publications and also write the questions for board testing by which orthopaedic physicians are evaluated. He is board certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgeons and is fellowship trained in minimally invasive spinal procedures, complex spinal reconstruction, and scoliosis surgery. He graduated with top honors from Tulane School of Medicine before completing his residency in orthopaedic surgery at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) and spine fellowship training at the Hospital for Special Surgery at Cornell University—one of the most premier specialist training centers in the nation. He maintains a role as clinical assistant professor at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School and currently practices at several Dallas-Fort Worth area hospitals.

Specialty

Treatment of Common Problems With

  • Spine
  • Back
  • Neck

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