Dr. Robert Cach
As Chief of Surgery at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center (EIRMC), Dr. Robert Cach oversees the treatment of patients in neurological surgery. EIRMC has full certification from the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. Dr. Robert Cach uses the latest technology at the Medical Center’s neurology department, including StealthStation Navigation, which tracks the positioning of surgical instruments in relation to the patient’s anatomy.
In 1997, Dr. Robert Cach opened Idaho Neurosurgical Center, a private practice in Idaho Falls. Specializing in the treatment of neck and back pain, Dr. Cach sees patients for spinal conditions such as scoliosis and sciatica, and cranial conditions ranging from ruptured aneurysms to tumors. Dr. Robert Cach and his staff can order X-rays, CAT/CT scans, discograms, MRI scans, myelograms, bone scans, or DEXA scans for patients. Dr. Cach has professional privileges as a member of staff at Mountain View Hospital.
Board certified in neurosurgery, Dr. Robert Cach performs complex pain management, laser discectomy, nucleoplasty, and artificial disc replacement. Dr. Cach’s practice includes use of Minimal Access Spinal Technologies (MAST), which include the latest medical techniques for treating herniated discs in the lumbar region of the spine. MAST uses the same endoscopes and fiberoptic video cameras that in recent years have made cardiac and orthopedic surgeries less invasive and risky. Dr. Cach belongs to the American Board of Surgery and the American Board of Neurological Surgery.
Dr. Robert Cach obtained his M.D. at the University of Colorado’s Medical Campus in Denver. He has a Master’s in Neurophysiology from the University of Colorado and served residencies in Neurosurgery and General Surgery at the University of Tennessee. In his spare time, Dr. Cach is active with the volunteer ski patrol, and supports the charitable efforts of the World Health Organization.