Michael Daubs, MD

Dr. Daubs is the Professor and Chairman of Orthopedics at the Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine at UNLV is an esteemed spine surgeon specializing in treating spinal disorders such as fractures, herniated discs, stenosis, and scoliosis in children and adults.

He holds the prestigious Optum Dr. Tony and Renee Marlon Endowed Chair in Orthopaedics and is a board-certified member of several national and international research and educational organizations. Dr. Daubs has authored over 100 scientific publications on spine treatment, highlighting his significant contributions to the field.

Dr. Daubs is dedicated to personalized patient care, believing that “every patient is unique and treatment should be individualized.” His academic credentials include a medical degree from the University of Nevada, a residency at the University of Arizona, and a fellowship at the University of Missouri-Columbia. He has held faculty positions at Washington University in St. Louis, University of Utah, and UCLA.

Returning to Las Vegas in 2013, he founded Nevada’s first MD orthopedic residency program. Dr. Daubs emphasizes, “Innovation through research and education is key to high-quality treatment,” showcasing his commitment to training the next generation of orthopedic surgeons.

Oakey Healthcare Center (Las Vegas, NV)