Wade Jensen, M.D., F.A.A.O.S.
Dr. Jensen's Specialties
Medical Education: University of Washington Medical Center
Fellowship: University of Utah, Combined Orthopaedic & Neurosurgical Spine Surgery
Residency: University of Wisconsin Medical School
Internship: University of Wisconsin Medical School
Dr. Wade Jensen was born in the mountain west. He completed his undergraduate degree at Idaho State University in 1998 graduating with honors. He then attended the University of Washington School of Medicine Seattle where he graduated A.O.A. with high honors and earned his Medical Doctorate.
Wade completed a surgical internship and Orthopaedic Surgery Residency at the University of Wisconsin Medical School in Madison, WI. He then chose to continue his training in a combined Neurosurgical and Orthopaedic Spinal Surgery fellowship at the University of Utah Hospitals in Salt Lake City, UT. It was our pleasure to have Dr. Jensen join CNOS in 2008.
Dr. Jensen’s training makes him uniquely qualified to treat simple to complex cervical and lumber disorders. Dr. Jensen is the scoliosis surgeon for the region. He specializes in minimally invasive spine surgery. Dr. Jensen holds multiple spine implant patents in an effort to improve patient outcomes. He is a Board Certified Orthopaedic Surgeon and a member of the South Dakota State Medical Association, Iowa Orthopaedic Society and North American Spine Society. He is currently the Director of the Spine Division at the Dunes Surgical Hospital. When not working, Wade enjoys spending time with his 4 boys: fishing, hunting, golfing, snowmobiling and just hanging out.
PATIENT TESTIMONY: "I've been coming to CNOS since 2016 to see Dr. Jensen for back issues. The staff at CNOS is friendly and efficient. If need be, they go the extra mile to accomplish the patient's needs." - Polly, patient
Mobi C: Cervical Spine Surgery Option: Improved Treatment for Cervical Disc Disease
After a rigorous FDA clinical trial, Mobi-C received approval in 2013, making it the first cervical disc approved for use at both one and two-levels. In 2018, the FDA approved the 7-year clinical results, confirming Mobi-C at two-levels demonstrated SUPERIORITY over fusion based on overall study success. Results at 7 years found Mobi-C at one-level to be statistically non-inferior or equivalent to fusion in terms of overall study success. Those patients who received two-level cervical disc replacement during the trial returned to work on average approximately three weeks earlier as compared to the fusion patients. At 7 years, the Mobi-C patients also had lower rates of subsequent surgeries and reduced rates of ongoing degeneration at spinal segments adjacent to the surgery compared to fusion.
Dr. Jensen 's Team
At CNOS you'll have a whole team supporting your care. Our team approach is just one way we show our commitment to excellence and improving your health. If you have any questions during your treatment, your care team can help.