- Orthopedic & Spine Providers
- Edward S. Ashman, M.D.
- Bradley S. Baker, M.D.
- Michael S. Bradford, M.D.
- Holman Chan, M.D.
- Ronald W. Hillock, M.D.
- John J. Kastrup, M.D.
- Thomas C. Kim, M.D.
- Daniel D. Lee, M.D.
- Patrick S. McNulty, M.D.
- Gary D. Morris, M.D.
- Russell T. Nevins, M.D.
- Reynold L. Rimoldi, M.D.
- Walter J. Song, M.D.
- Arthur J. Taylor, M.D.
- Michael D. Thomas, M.D.
- Thomas L. Vater, D.O.
- Conrad O. Yu, M.D.
Russell T. Nevins, M.D.
George Washington University School of Medicine
Washington, D.C. InternshipAlbert Einstein College of Medicine, Montefiore Medical Center
Bronx, New York ResidencyAlbert Einstein College of Medicine Montefiore Medical Center
Bronx, New York FellowshipTrained in Arthritis and Reconstructive Joint Surgery
Institute for Bone and Joint Disorders, Arthritis and Reconstructive Joint Surgery
Phoenix, Arizona Board Certifications
Board Certified, American Board of Orthopaedic SurgeryAffiliations
- MountainView Hospital & Medical Center
- Summerlin Hospital
- Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center
- Valley Hospital Medical Center
- The Surgical Center at Tenaya
- Southwest Medical Associates Ambulatory Surgery Center
- Harmon Medical & Rehabilitation Hospital
- Spring Valley Hospital Medical Center
- Centennial Hills Hospital Medical Center
Russell T. Nevins, M.D. joined Nevada Orthopedic & Spine Center in 2003. Dr. Nevins is currently Chief of Surgery at Spring Valley Hospital in Las Vegas, Nevada. He specializes in Adult Reconstructive and Joint Replacement Surgery of both the upper and lower extremity, including both primary and revision surgeries.
Russell T. Nevins, M.D. was born in Spring Valley, New York. He received a Bachelor of Art in Psychology in 1991 from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. While attending Washington University, he was awarded the Outstanding Service Award from the American Red Cross and was inducted into the Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity. Focusing his research on patients with Alzheimer's disease, he published an article in The Journal of Neuroscience.
Dr. Nevins graduated from the George Washington University School of Medicine in Washington, D.C. Following medical school, he completed an Internship and Orthopedic Surgical Residency at Albert Einstein School of Medicine Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx, New York. His residency training included: General Orthopedic Surgery, Trauma Fracture Care, Total Joint Arthroplasty, Hand Surgery, Arthroscopy, Sports Medicine, Pediatrics, and Foot and Ankle Surgery.
Dr. Nevins completed an additional year of subspecialty Fellowship Training in Adult Reconstructive Surgery, specifically arthritis and joint replacement using the most current exposure techniques and implant materials, at the Institute for Bone & Joint Disorders in Phoenix, Arizona.Publications
Nevins RT, “Orthopaedics Today, Advances in Orthopedic Treatment with Mobile Bearing Knees” August, 2010.
Nevins RT, “Why Offset Stems are Obsolete with Mobile Bearing Revision Total Knee Arthroplasty”, DePuy White Paper, 2009.
Yacoubian SV, Nevins RT, Sallis JG, Potter HG, Lorich DG, “Impact of MRI on Treatment Plan and Fracture Classification of Tibial Plateau Fractures.” Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma. May 2001.
Nevins RT, Spero L, “Low Back Pain in the Elderly Athlete” The American Journal of Medicine and Sports for Primary Care Physicians. February 2000.
Margulies JY, Nevins RT, Rovner AD, “Mechanical Considerations in Vertebral Osteomyelitis.” Spine: State of the Art Reviews. Vol. 13, January 1999. Philadelphia, PA. Hanley and Belfus.
Margulies JY. Nevins RT, Caruso SA, Serhan H, Mines C, and Haher TR, “Anterior Spinal Implants: Mechanical Testing” Spine: State of the Art Reviews. Vol.12:3, September 1998. Philadelphia, PA. Hanley and Belfus.
Bitan FD, Nevins RT, Rovner AD, Margulies JY, “Revision Spinal Stenosis Surgery” Chapter 30 Revision Spine Surgery. St. Louis, MO. 1999 Mosby, pg 415-423.
Graeter JH, Nevins RT, “Early Osteolysis with Hylamer Acetabular Liners” Journal of Arthroplasty. Vol. 13 No. 4, 1998. Brief Communication.
Graeter JH, Nevins RT, Cobb P, Merhrany K, “review of AML Porous Coated Total Hip replacements: Bone Ingrowth, Polyethylene Wear, and Osteolysis: a four through eleven year follow-up.” 1995-1997.
Craft S, Dagogo-Jack SE, Wiethrop BU Murphy C, Nevins RT, Fleishman S, Rice V, Newcomer JW, Cryer PE, “The Effects of Hyperglycemia on Memory and Hormone Levels in Dementia of the Alzheimer Type: A Longitudinal Study” Behavioral Neuroscience 1993. December 107(6)926-40.