Our Office

Back pain and neck pain affects many Wichita, KS residents.

Thank you for coming to our practice. We specialize in ruptured discs, degenerative stenosis, spondylolisthesis, neurogenic claudication, trauma, fractures, cancers and tumors of the spine, instability, and peripheral nerve entrapment.

Dr. Weimar and his staff offer friendly, compassionate and professional service to Wichita and surrounding area patients and are there to help in communications with insurance, employers and referring physicians. No physician referral is necessary.

New Patient Info

Visiting a spine surgeon doesn’t always mean surgery. Many conditions can be treated with physical therapy and non-surgical treatments.

First Visit Info

Be prepared! Have a list of all medications you currently take, all medical conditions you have or have had, and any x-rays or MRIs that you have been given.

Our Staff

Tony Schaar

Physician Assistant for Dr. Weimar
Tony Schaar is a Wichita native with over 10 years of neurosurgical experience. He received his Physician Assistant training at Wichita State University where he graduated Summa Cum Laude in 1997. He is a member of the Alpha Eta Allied Health Honor Society. Tony is certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants and is licensed by the Kansas Board of Healing Arts. His professional affiliations include the American Academy of Physician Assistants, the Kansas Academy of Physician Assistants and the Association of Neurosurgical Physician Assistants. In his spare time, Tony enjoys reading and spending time with his wife and their three children.

Julie Barker

Care Coordinator/Surgery Scheduler for Dr. Weimar
Julie received her CNA license in 1987 while working at an adult long term care facility, where she continued until she began working as a patient care assistant on the surgical/orthopedic floor at St. Joseph Medical Center (now Via Christi on East Harry). Julie graduated from the mental health technician program at the Wichita Area Technical College in 1995, after which she received my CMA and LMHT licenses. She then attended Newman University, where she studied biology and chemistry. After that she worked as a medical assistant under my LMHT license for a time in family practice, then working in oncology, and lastly in a pain management practice. Julie began working as a care coordinator at Abay Neuroscience Center in November 2006 before moving to western Kansas and returned in September 2009.