Performance Tech Motorsports Racing for Recovery at the 24 hour at Daytona on behalf of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals with Brent Oneill, James French, Jim Norman.
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The Masson Spine Institute and Dr. Robert Masson are announcing a vacancy for an associate position in Orlando, FL. The ideal candidate is Board Eligible/Certified in Neurological or Orthopedic Surgery and is interested in Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery. The candidate must be eager to learn, and advance not only the skills but the understanding of spinal disease and clinical symptomatology at the highest level. We are looking for a young, eager, enthusiastic and passionate individual who is striving to make ...Continue Reading →
Road the Recovery
Dr. Robert Masson M.D.
When we evaluate a patient at the Masson Spine Institute, we look closely at everything that contributes to any functional disability. We try various therapies, exercise, pain management, holistic care, anti-inflammatories and more. When these more conservative approaches fail to deliver the desired result, additional intervention in the form of surgery becomes a viable option.
Surgery, however, is never the end all. Properly performed, it can take you from a dead end, a road to ...Continue Reading →
Founder of Masson Spine Institute Robert L. Masson, MD, was named to the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine scientific and medical research funding work group.
The Scientific and Medical Research Funding Work Group makes recommendations to the Institute’s 29-member governing body with respect to research grants funded by the Institute.
Throughout his career, Dr. Masson performed more than 11,000 microsurgical spine procedures and now devotes his entire practice to minimally invasive procedures. He developed the interpedicular minimal access surgery used in lumbosacral ...
I tagged along with a group of 15 remarkable men and women who were part of Survivor Summit, a unique organization that leads cancer survivors and their supporters on “life-altering journeys” and raises money for cancer research via the nonprofit LIVESTRONG Foundation.Continue Reading →
Central Florida neurosurgeon Robert Masson has found a novel way to mark his 50th birthday: He’s climbing Mount Kilimanjaro.
Oh, and raising nearly $20,000 for cancer research in the process.
I’m participating in Survivor Summit where I will be hiking Mt. Kilimanjaro from February 8-21, 2014 as part of the fight against cancer. The money I raise will support LIVESTRONG’s programs and services, which inspire and empower people affected by cancer.Continue Reading →