Education and Training
Dr. Daniel Kueter was born in Arkansas and attended Jonesboro High School, graduating in 1992. He received his Eagle Scout award and was active in the track and cross country programs. He performed his undergraduate studies at Christian Brothers University in Memphis, TN, receiving his degree in 1996 with Magna Cum Laude honors. He attended medical school at the University of Arkansas, and received his MD in 2000. For Neurosurgical residency, he was accepted into the University of Tennessee Medical system in conjunction with the Semmes Murphey clinic. He completed his Neurosurgery residency in 2006. His training emphasized minimally invasive treatment of spinal disorders as well as complex adult skull based neurosurgery.
Dr. Kueter arrived in Chattanooga in 2006 and has been employed with UT Erlanger Neurosurgery & Spine since that time. He holds a teaching appointment with the UTC Department of Surgery.
- Professional interests:
- Minimally invasive treatment of spinal disorders
- Complex spine surgery
- Adult Brain Surgery
- Carpal Tunnel and Ulnar nerve surgery
- Pituitary Adenoma
- Cranial Endoscopy
- Emerging biomechanical treatment of spinal disorders
- American Board of Neurologic Surgeons, Board Certified
- American Association of Neurological Surgeons
- Congress of Neurological Surgeons
- Tennessee Medical Association
- Hamilton County Medical Society
- Southern Neurosurgical Society
- Tennessee Neurosurgical Society
Dr. Kueter and his wife Jennifer have 2 children. He enjoys running, cycling, swimming, and skiing.