Dr. Eric Nabors was born in Indiana, PA. He grew up in Mt Lebanon with a younger brother and sister and graduated high school there. He loved playing baseball and golf. Dr. Nabors attended Haverford College in suburban Philadelphia majoring in biology and played on the baseball team. He went on to the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine followed by residency in Orthopaedic Surgery at Tufts University in Boston. Dr. Nabors’ Fellowship was completed in Spine Surgery at UPMC.

Dr. Nabors has been in private practice in the South Hills and Washington, PA since 1995 and is Board Certified. He has raised two sons and several golden retrievers! Dr. Nabors has enjoyed watching his sons participate in a variety of sports over the years and now enjoys golfing with them as young men.

Dr. Nabors specializes in treating conditions of the spine such as stenosis, herniated discs, compression fractures and pinched nerves in the neck and low back. He utilizes minimally invasive procedures whenever possible and innovative procedures such as artificial disc replacements in the neck.


Board Certified Orthopedic Spine Surgeon. with 20 years of experience, primarily in private practice, in the greater Pittsburgh area. Respected for conservative approach to surgery and
rapport with both patients and medical stall, involved within the medical community as a lecturer and consultant on the latest and developing approaches to the treatment of spine related conditions.


  • Experienced, mature orthopedic surgeon comfortable working within a broad range of professional settings.
  • Dedicated to providing the highest quality patient care with up-to-date treatment and skills.
  • Capable of handling both Spine and Generalorthopedic call/cases.


Spine Surgeon07/2017
The Orthopedic Group — Belle Vernon, PA

Spine Surgeon09/2016 to 08/2017
Mountain State Orthopaedics — Morgantown, WVA

Spine Surgeon09/2016 to 08/2017
Mountain State Orthopaedics — Morgantown, WVA

  • Developed and implemented a Spine practice to meet the needs of Mon Valley General, a 200 bed hospital in Morgantown. WVA.
  • Work closely with Mon General Hospital administrators to generate awareness within the service area via general marketing. patient education and relationship development within the medical

Spine Surgeon01/2014 to 08/2016
Advanced Orthopaedics and Surgical Center — Washington. PA

  • Responsible for the clinical and surgical care and treatment of back/neck related conditions. Successfully developed and integrated a total spine care program in to an existing practice of 10 Orthopedic surgeons at the region’s only private orthopedic hospital.

Orthopedic Surgeon/Partner08/1 994 to 01/2014
South Hills Orthopaedic Associates — Pittsburgh, PA

  • Appropriately diagnosed and treated both general orthopedic and spine specific conditions within a private practice of 5 surgeons.
  • Provided coverage at 2 hospitals. 2 offices, and a surgery center
  • Served as Chief of Orthopedics at St. Clair Hospital. 2010-2014


M.D.:09/1985 to 05/1989
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine — Pittsburgh, PA

4 year Residency: Orthopedic Surgery07/ 1990 to 06/94
Tufts University/New England Medical Center — Boston, MA

Fellowship in Spine Surgery08/1994 to 07/1995
University of Pittsburgh — Pittsburgh, PA

Bachelor of Science: Biology07/1989 to 06/1990
Haverford College — Haverford, PA


  • University of Pittsburgh Medical School 1987-1988
  • Received Honors in Neurology Obstetrics/Gynecology and Anesthesiology
  • Received the Mortimer Cohen Award in Pathology


  • Nabors. E.D.. Liebelt, R., Mattingly. D., Bierhaum. BE.:
  • Removal and Reinsertion of the Acetabular Revision
  • Journal of Arthroplasty. 1996
  • Nabors. S.D.. Vannah. W.. McConnville. O.R.. Richmond. JR.:
  • ACE. Graft—tensioning in Full Extension
  • Journal of Sports Medicine. 1995
  • Nabors. ED.. Kremchek. T.:
  • Stress Fractures of the Proximal Tibia in Patients with Osteoarthritis of the knee: A Report of Four Cases
  • Journal of Knee Surgery. 1995
  • Kremchek. T.. Nabors. S.D.. Burke. D.:
  • Bilateral Rupture of the Extensor Mechanism of the Knee in Healthy Adults: A Report of Four Cases
  • Orthopaedics. 1994