Dr. Ehteshami MD is a cervical focused spine surgeon based in Phoenix, AZ. He specializes in ACDF and other cervical treatment modalities. Dr. Ehteshami completed his BS in Civil Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley. He received his medical degree from Jefferson Medical College, then proceeded to complete an orthopedic residency at the Hospital for Special Surgery, Cornell which is ranked number one in US News and World Report’s for Orthopedic Hospitals. He did his Spinal Surgery fellowship at Rush Medical Center. Dr. Ehteshami spent five years in experimental research and implant analysis and biomechanical research at: UC Davis, University of Vienna, and the Hospital for Special Surgery. With over 20 publications and presentations credited to his name, Dr. Ehteshami has received numerous awards for his work. He is currently in clinical practice at Cervical Spine Centers, focusing on cervical spinal pathologies.
Robert Brosnahan is a medical device executive who previously served as the Vice President of Global R&D for Zimmer Spine. Prior to leading the R&D efforts for Zimmer Spine, he led the global product development teams associated with Scient’X as Vice President of Product Development. Bob also served as the Senior Vice President of Product Development at Enteroptyx, where his responsibilities included R&D, Manufacturing Engineering and Portfolio Planning. Lastly, Bob held several positions with Smith & Nephew Orthopedics including Vice President of Product Development and Surgical Systems. He has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute, a MS in Biomedical Engineering from Clemson University and an MBA from the University of Memphis.
Jeff Horn is a medical device executive that has served in a variety of leadership roles in sales, marketing and business development with J&J Ethicon and Medtronic as well as startups Danek, Spinal Concepts, Kyphon and Annulex. He has documented success in developing and implementing commercializaton strategies. Jeff has experience in creating strong working relationships with sales and distribution and with physicians in the orthopaedic, neurosurgery, pain management, primary care, and musculoskeletal space. He received a B.S. in Education with a minor in Biology from University of Missouri, Columbia and MBA with a major in Marketing from the University of Memphis.
Matt Zoghi has a MS in Biomedical Engineering from City University of New York followed by research at Mount Sinai Hospital and University of Texas at San Antonio on bone modeling through computer-aided design and finite element analysis. He has extensive medical device design experience.
3101 East Shea Boulevard
Phoenix, Arizona 85028