Marc Levin, M.D.
Marc Levin, M.D.
Dr. Levin received his medical degree from Indiana University, and trained at Cleveland Clinic for his internship and residency. Dr. Levin is board certified by the American Board of Neurological Surgeons and currently serves as the President of the Medical Staff at Community Hospital. Dr. Levin presents educational lectures on a variety of neurological and spinal disease process and treatments. He specializes in both conservative and surgical treatments of spine and neurological disorders.

Wayel Kaakaji, M.D.
Wayel Kaakaji, M.D.
Dr. Kaakaji received his medical degree from University of Texas, and completed his residency and internship at Cleveland Clinic. Dr. Kaakaji is Board Certified in neurosurgery and has many years of experience performing complex surgeries of the brain and spine. He specializes in all aspects of complex spine surgery and performs minimally invasive surgeries of the spine, thus offering patients shorter recovery and better pain control.

Mohammad S. Shukairy, M.D.
Mohammad S. Shukairy, M.D.

Dr. Shukairy completed his neurosurgical spine training at Henry Ford Hospital and Rush University Medical Center. He has published numerous articles and participated in research initiatives throughout his medical training. Dr. Shukairy says, "I have been blessed with excellent training in neurological and spinal surgery. I treat disorders of the spine and spinal cord, brain, and peripheral nerves. My fellowship training in orthopaedic spinal surgery has given me the opportunity to learn from both neurosurgeons and orthopaedic surgeons, and apply the best of both in my patients. I have clinical interests in scoliosis and spinal deformity, minimally invasive surgery, spinal tumors, brain tumors, and entrapment syndromes (carpal tunnel syndrome and others). I believe in giving my patients the most compassionate, excellent, and up-to-date care, as I would a member of my family. I believe in treating patients with dignity and respect and in tailoring treatment to reflect a patient's cultural values and religious views."

Cynthia Gropper
Cynthia Gropper, RN, MS, CNS, CS-ANP, CNRN
Cindy currently serves as a Nurse Practitioner with Community Spine and Neurosurgery Institute. Cindy received her education and training at Purdue University and holds several certifications in from the American Heart Association and American Board of Neuroscience Nursing. Cindy has lectured for a variety of medical and community sponsored events and has developed numerous protocols and educational programs related to neurology.