Dr. Kenneth I. Light, MD, is an orthopedic surgeon serving patients at his private practice. He has an office in San Leandro, California.
Dr. Light earned his undergraduate and medical degree at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. He completed his general surgery internship at the University of California (UC), San Diego, and his residency in general surgery at UC San Francisco.
Upon graduation, Dr. Light served as an orthopedic surgery resident at several hospitals in San Francisco and Oakland. He then pursued his fellowship in spinal surgery with Edward H. Simmons, MD, at the State University of New York at Buffalo.
At his Dr. Kenneth I. Light, MD, he offers a variety of services such as spinal fusion, failed low back surgery, disc replacement arthroplasty, and medical legal consultations. He is experienced in treating many conditions, including herniated discs, low back pain, and neck pain.
He is currently the founder of the San Francisco Spine Center and president of the Simmons Surgical Society. In addition, Dr. Light holds hospital affiliations at O'Connor Hospital, St. Rose Hospital, Kindred Hospital and Chapman Hospital Orange County.
Dr. Light is a fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgery and diplomate of the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery. He is a member of the Leroy Abbott Society, Simmons Surgical Society, San Francisco Marin Medical Society, and American Medical Association.
"In fact, after this last operation, I've seen my mussel strength and finger senses improve significantly. The numbness and hand operations have improved every week."
"Woke up without the pain and numbness I had experienced for 30 years. Most incredible thing ever!"
"It's been 90 days since my surgery and I feel 80-90% better than I did prior to the surgery. I recommend him highly."
"Dr Light has been my Doctor for over 20 years and has always given me the best medical advice and treatment I could hope for."
"All thanks to Dr. Light. Not enough words to express our gratitude. If you want the best back surgeon period, you need to see Dr. Light."
"He won't perform surgery unless he believes it is helpful and communicates your options honestly and directly."
"Oh yeah,i'm 65' now,my neck,and lumbar spine are still,years of continued use later,doing just fine. Thanks,Doc."
"Dr. Light has been more than just a great doctor and surgeon to me and my family for over 6 years. In my opinion there is no one better and I have seen a lot."
"The day of surgery, I was able to walk without pain again. He explained the procedure, the risk, and the benefits."
"The areas of general discomfort pain is to my leg muscles, and other muscles of my body, called reflective pain, which has slowly gone away."