Masson Spine Institute Blog
Whether you are dealing with chronic back pain or an acute spine injury, there is a chance that you may require back surgery. Though surgery can be intimidating, there are multiple options available to you, depending on your diagnosis, including minimally invasive options. While many think minimally invasive surgery is one thing, it is actually a series of techniques that can be used.
If you are experiencing neck or back pain, then you have multiple treatment options available. For example, you may start off with over the counter medications before trying prescription medications or physical therapy. In some situations, cervical disc replacement might be recommended to you. What are cervical discs and why would this procedure be helpful for you?
Spine surgeon Dr. Robert L. Masson is an internationally recognized neurosurgeon specializing in minimally invasive spine surgery, specifically Microneurosurgical Spine Surgery, and sports spine medicine.
It is important to strengthen, stretch, and target specific muscles that might not have been used in a while. Individuals who put regular stress on the body without proper preparation run the risk of serious injuries. The good news is there are a few ways to reduce this risk.
At Masson Spine Institute, we think medical care is not something you can afford to put off, when it gets to this level of severity and our exceptional focus in these simple severe conditions helps you maximize your return to your life and goals. All of our surgical remedies are minimally invasive.
Optimism is the hopefulness and confidence about the future or successful outcome of something. And while many view optimism as just a state-of-mind, it can actually play a key role in the overall well-being of a person’s health and can even impact the recovery process of a patient who undergoes surgery.
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.
The Masson Spine Institute and Dr. Robert Masson are announcing a vacancy for an associate position in Orlando, FL.
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.
Founder of Masson Spine Institute Robert L. Masson, MD, was named to the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine scientific and medical research funding workgroup.
Bolder Broadcasting, Inc. and Robert L. Masson, M.D., an internationally recognized neurosurgeon and founder of Masson Spine Institute, announce a new multi-platform partnership to inspire and promote positive lifestyle change in people of all ages.
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.
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.
The former WESH-Channel 2 anchor is on the mountain as I write this Tuesday afternoon.
Dr. Robert Masson, founder of NeuroSpine Institute, is an internationally recognized neurosurgeon who is continuing to put Central Florida on the map in the healthcare world. Cutting-edge spinal care techniques like iMAS (interpedicular minimal access surgery) are helping patients get back to work, back to their lives, and back to the sports they love.
Masson Spine Institute ™ of Orlando celebrates its 15th year of dedicated spine health delivery in Orlando Florida. Its surgeons have over 25000 microsurgical spine cases behind them and they continue their rich tradition of setting the standard in modern spine treatment.
President Shannon Jordon of Gridiron Greats—a non-profit provider of financial and medical assistance to former NFL players and their families—seals the deal with an official letter.
Becker’s Spine Review is a Chicago-based online and print publication focused on news and analysis of the business and legal issues related to spine surgeons and practices.
Word-renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Robert Masson specializes in the treatment of degenerative, post-traumatic and athletic spinal injuries.
I want to introduce this article, understanding that there is no direct data reflecting spine surgery.
The Masson Spine Institute of Orlando (MSI) recently added the Digital Motion X-Ray (DMX) as an integral diagnostic instrument in our Orlando office.
Becker’s Spine Review publication includes electronic newsletters, additional web content, and a quarterly print publication sent to spine surgeons and practice decision-makers across the country.
The Masson Spine Institute of Orlando is pleased to offer an FDA approved two-level artificial disc solution for traumatic and degenerative disc disease of the cervical spine. Dr. Masson is one of the first surgeons in North America to offer this inspired solution, post-FDA approval.
Masson Spine Institute of Orlando has been a pioneer in stem cell advocacy over the last decade.
Enough of coaches who mean well and try hard, but who really don’t know what they need to know.
This fellowship will cover all of the below, in addition to advanced degenerative cervical spine surgery options including endoscopic, atraumatic anterior approaches, custom partial corpectomy’s and cervical arthroplasty.
As founder of Masson Spine Institute, I firmly believe that having a spinal injury doesn’t have to change your life, and it doesn’t have to mean you’re ‘disabled.’ At MSI, we believe every patient should be given the best chance to make a full, healthy recovery and get back to living their life.
Dr. Robert Masson is listed as making significant contributions to the field of spine surgery through research, innovation, and leadership positions.
A beautiful day at your favorite course, ball lying deep, a hard swing that doesn’t quite float through and bam, you feel a twinge in your neck. The next morning your neck is stiff, aching and you can’t turn your head. Now what?
A self-described “busy bee,” Robert Masson, M.D., fully lives to the “work hard, play hard” motto. One of the nation’s leading spine surgeons, an international lecturer and teacher, product developer and president of Masson Spine Institute, Dr. Masson is also an avid scuba diver, pilot, and coach of a top-ranked traveling baseball team.
There is not one lead-in, in which can give one the true sense of the amount of work and determination Carl Paulson, PGA Tour professional, has been doing since we first introduced you to his situation in our Spring 2007 issue.