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Marc Cabanne, D.O.Neuro Surgeon

I am a new neurosurgeon in your community, and it is my hope that we may work together to provide quality care for your neurosurgical needs. My training includes a residency in Neurological Surgery at Riverside University Health System in Southern California and a fellowship in Complex Spine Surgery at Kaiser Permanente Oakland.

I chose to establish my practice in the Sacramento region due to my strong family roots in the area. This decision is intertwined with one of my most important philosophies toward patient care, "Treat my patients like I would my own family."

I firmly believe in a holistic approach toward each individual patient, and my goal is to empower people to make educated decisions regarding spine and brain diseases. I focus on educating patients as much as possible, while also providing surgical and non-surgical treatment options. In addition, I employ a multi-disciplinary team approach with input from primary care physicians, orthopedic spine surgeons, physical therapists and pain specialists in an effort to provide comprehensive care.

If you have any questions or would like to book an appointment, please contact me. I am currently accepting new patients, and I look forward to working with you to provide the best treatment possible.

Clinical Research:

  • Novel animal model for Alzheimer’s Disease Research: Novel surgical technique to occlude the cribriform plate in ferrets to study neuritic plaques. Western University, Pomona, CA. PI: Dr. Dan Miulli, Dr. Doug Ethel.
  • Neuren Head Injury Study: prospective, double-blind, multi-center, randomized Phase II drug trial aimed at mitigating secondary brain damage after head injury. Study funded by USA Department of Defense. Principal Investigator: Dr. Javed Siddiqi.
  • Glioblastoma Multiforme and Hepatitis B and C at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center, Colton, CA and City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center, Duarte, CA.
  • Research Study Protocol Design: Phase II prospective clinical trial examining approaches to removal of spine tumors at City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center, Duarte, CA. PI: Dr. Mike Chen.
    • Comparison of Minimally Invasive Approaches of Spine Tumor Surgery
  • Research Intern Touro University – Studying the relationship between Salmonella prophage induction and bacterial genetics with different environmental influences.
    • Designed Taqman PCR probes and primers for real time PCR experiments
    • Helped to design experiments and write articles

Complex spine surgery fellowship
Kaiser Permanente – Oakland
Trained in Pediatric Deformity, Adult degenerative deformity including: ALIF, TLIF, XLIF, OLIF, PLIF, Cervical deformity, Intraoperative Navigation, Trauma, Endoscopic spinal procedures
Program Director – Dr. Ravi Bains

  • Riverside University Health System – Moreno Valley, CA – Level II Trauma Center
  • Arrowhead Regional Medical Center – Colton, CA – Level II Trauma Center, Stroke Center
  • Kaiser Permanente – Fontana, CA – Level II Trauma Center, Neuro-interventional Center
  • Children’s Hospital Los Angeles – Los Angeles, CA – Level I Trauma Center
    Program Director: Dr. Javed Siddiqi, MD/Dr. Dan Miulli, DO
    Trained in Skull-base approaches, Neurovascular, Pediatrics, Functional procedures, Intra-operative neuro-navigation, Trauma, Minimally invasive cranial surgery, MIS Spine, Neuro critical care.
Touro University–CA, College of Osteopathic Medicine, Vallejo, CA

D.O. Degree – Class of 2011 (Aug 2007 – May 2011)

University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA

B.S. – Aquatic Biology (Sept 2001 – Dec 2005)
B.A. – French

  • SGA President-2008-2009 College of Osteopathic Medicine
    COSGP–Council of Osteopathic Student Government Presidents Member
    Drafted resolutions presented to the AOA House of Delegates

  • Clinic Coordinator - North Vallejo Health Collaborative –Vallejo Unified School
    District Elsa Widenmann Pediatric Clinic. (Aug 2008 –May 2009)
    Organized and designed programsfor Touro University’s first Student - run clinic

Neurosurgical Intensive Care. 2nd edition. Siddiqi, J. Thieme. New York 2017. Chapter 20 – Infections. Marc Cabanne and Dan Miulli; pages 358-387. Compressive treatment of neurologic infections.

  • Sigma Sigma Phi – Member since 2008. Osteopathic Honor Service Fraternity. Requires GPA requirement of 3.4 or above and service project.
    • Raised over 1000 dollars for Touro Pediatric clinic
  • 2008 T.O.U.C.H. Recipient – requires 50 or more hours or community service.
  • Suitcase Clinic – provided OMM treatments to the homeless population of Berkeley, CA.
  • Living Bay Area – Founding member and drafted the charter for this organization which provides health information to patients via a hotline.

NASS – North American Spine Society

AO Spine

AANS – American Association of Neurologic Surgeons

AOA – American Osteopathic Association

ACOS – American College of Osteopathic Surgeons

SSP – Sigma Sigma Phi – Honorary osteopathic service fraternity

CNS - California Association of Neurological Surgeons

AMA – American Medical Association

CMA – California Medical Association

Marc Cabanne, D.O.
  • Carmichael

    6620 Coyle Avenue
    Suite 408
    Carmichael, CA 95608

    (916) 292-8098

  • Folsom

    1580 Creekside Drive
    Suite 130
    Folsom, CA 95630

    (916) 292-8098

  • North AMercian Spine Society
  • American Associations of Neurological Surgeons
  • American Osteopathic Association
  • American College of Osteopathic Surgeons
  • California Association of Neurological Surgeons Inc
  • Aospine North America
  • Mercy Hospital of Folsom
  • Mercy San Juan Medical Center
  • Mercy General Hospital