Spine surgeon Dr. Robert L. Masson, M.D., is an internationally recognized neurosurgeon specializing in complex spinal disorders and sports spine medicine.
Dr. Robert Masson is amongst the most experienced artificial cervical spine surgeons in North America, having more than 2,000 patients treated with cervical arthroplasty. His practice is dedicated to complex spinal disorders and 100% of his practice uses microsurgical and minimally invasive techniques. And since Dr. Masson is himself a spinal reconstruction patient, it’s a technique that is important to him both professionally and personally.
Dr. Robert Masson and the team at Masson Spine Institute love working with and taking care of clients who use Medicare, and that’s not always the case in the field of medicine. In fact, MSI is committing even more resources and time for Medicare patients who are looking for a team who is committed to minimally invasive care and support.
Spine surgeon Dr. Robert L. Masson, M.D., is an internationally recognized neurosurgeon specializing in complex spinal disorders and sports spine medicine. As the founder of the Masson Spine Institute, he serves as Director of the Orlando Health Central Hospital JCAHO accredited Spine Center of Excellence, where patients and surgeons travel from all over the world for advanced micro-surgical spine surgery strategies, solutions, techniques and training. Dr. Masson talks about why this partnership is so personally and professionally important.
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