Spine Care Right. The First Time.

“My experience witnessing bad results from surgery has given me the insight to help people. I am not only looking for the best outcome for my patient. I will discuss the various treatment options, including both surgical and conservative to provide the best choice for each patient. I want to see my patients get better, to improve their quality of life”.

Capable. Compassionate. Approachable.

Jesse P. Butler, MD, CIME, ABOS certified, fellowship trained practicing spine surgeon. Dr. Butler treats adult patients with spinal conditions, including complex revision spine surgery for failed back surgery syndrome. With more than two decades of successful spine surgery experience, Dr. Butler has the training, technical skill and diagnostic expertise to provide the best possible results for his patients. He applies an evidence-based, multidisciplinary approach to manage spine disorders.

Dr. Butler graduated from Southern Methodist University and received his Doctor of Medicine from UHS/The Chicago Medical School. He completed his Orthopaedic Surgery residency at McGaw Medical Center at Northwestern University. He performed his spine surgery fellowship at Rush-Presbyterian – St. Luke’s Medical Center. He has performed over 5,000 spinal procedures on patients from around the world with a special emphasis on patients in Chicago, Illinois and areas surrounding. Dr. Butler is a past member of the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission Medical Fee Advisory Board (2004-2011).


Rush -Presbyterian-St. Luke’s Medical Center
Chicago, Illinois
Spine Surgery


McGaw Medical Center
Northwestern University
Chicago, Illinois
Orthopaedic Surgery

Medical School

UHS/The Chicago Medical School
North Chicago, Illinois
Doctor of Medicine


Southern Methodist University
Dallas, Texas