NeuroSpine Institute of Orlando to Open Ambulatory Surgery CenterThe NeuroSpine Institute of Orlando will open its first ambulatory surgery center on March 1.
The NeuroSpine Institute was founded by Robert Masson, MD, an internationally recognized neurosurgeon who specializes in spinal injury and sports spine medicine. The institute includes Orlando and Winter Park offices, as well as a recently-established special clinic for failed back surgery syndrome.
The NeuroSpine Institute's physicians treat degenerative lower back and neck conditions through comprehensive surgical and rehabilitation techniques.
Dr. Masson brought his expertise in complex, minimally invasive spine decompression and reconstruction to the practice. He's a consultant in stem cell use for spinal injury and has performed more than 10,000 microsurgical spine procedures and 3,500 minimally invasive spinal reconstructions in his career.
Dr. Masson received his medical degree from the University of Florida, where he also completed a neurological surgery residency and special training in microneurosurgery and minimally invasive spine surgery.
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