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Dr. Glover is a leading doctor in helping people regain their back health in Northern Arizona. An expert in the Spine and Pain Center, Dr. Glover brings more than 25 years of spine surgical experience to this region. He is fellowship trained in Orthopaedic Spine Surgery and is board certified in Orthopaedic Surgery. Dr. Glover is a leader in many advanced spine procedures to help restore back health: Some of the more common are: Minimally invasive spine surgery (MISS) Spinal Fusion Artificial disc replacement of lumbar spine Laminectomy Dr. Glover relocated to Flagstaff in 2005 after spending 12 years as an Air Force physician mostly in San Antonio, Texas and seven years in private practice in West Tennessee. In 2015, Dr. Glover was named Physician of the Year and received the 2015 Nathan Avery Physician of the Year award from Flagstaff Medical Center. He was the 22nd physician to be named Physician of the Year for exemplifying the organization's mission, vision and values and working in partnership with the hospital to provide excellence to patients and the community. Dr. Glover is an avid scuba diver, backpacker and climber. He and his wife, Christine, love the mountain environment that Flagstaff has to offer.
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I support my patients' decisions by using a shared-decision making approach by taking into account their preferences, needs and values.
I educate my patients' on how their wellness can have an influence on the success of a recommended treatment approach and how they can improve their wellness to achieve positive outcome.
I use active listening skills to make sure I have the full understanding of what my patient's concerns, problems and expectations are to accurately diagnosis and prescribe a treatment plan. I believe in providing safe, effective, patient centered, efficient, timely and equitable care to all of my patients.
I like to use electronic education sources when available to engage my patients in their learning about their problem
I adhere to the four virtues that every physician should have: integrity, compassion, self-effacement and self-sacrifice and the two core principles of medical care: beneficence and respect for patient autonomy.