BRETT A. OSBORN, DO, FAANS, CSCS, is our director of antiaging and regenerative medicine. He was recruited to our practice in 2014, and has become a prominent pioneer in the emerging world of preventative medicine and life extending bio-technology.
His deep passion for extending and improving the lives of his patients make him a fantastic compliment to our practice by allowing us to offer a complete outside-in, and inside-out approach to patients in cosmetic medicine.
He is available to provide our patients with a range of pre/post-surgical IV treatments to optimize both surgical recovery and results for patients as well as a full suite of options for Anti Aging medical treatments.
We offer patients numerous medical solutions to optimize metabolic function, hormonal balance, cognitive function, and even cardiovascular health.
We think Dr. Osbor's work will shape the future of what patients call health care, and we encourage you to explore the exciting new world of medical advances.
Postgraduate (Residency): Department of Neurosurgery, New York University (NYU) Medical Center: 7/96-6/03.
Medical School: Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine (Midwestern University): 7/92-6/96.
Degree Earned: Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.).
Class Rank: 3.
Recipient of the Physiology Departmental Award for academic excellence.
Recipient of the American Diabetes Association Summer Research award.
Elected to Sigma Sigma Phi Honor Society (for academic excellence).
Dynamic Pedicle-Screw Stabilization with Nucleus Replacement in Motion Preservation Surgery of the Spine: Advanced Techniques and Controversies, Elsevier 2008 (Chapter 79).
Osborn, Brett A., June T. Daar, Richard A. Laddaga, Fred D. Romano, and Dennis J. Paulson. Exercise training increases sarcolemmal GLUT-4 protein and mRNA content in diabetic heart. J. Appl. Physiol. 82(3): 828–834, 1997. [Oral presentation at the American Osteopathic Association Research Conference in 1994: awarded Honorable Mention in student competition.]
Frempong-Boadu A1, Houten JK, Osborn B, Opulencia J, Kells L, Guida DD, Le Roux PD, Swallowing and speech dysfunction in patients undergoing anterior cervical discectomy and fusion: a prospective, objective preoperative and postoperative assessment. J Spinal Disord Tech. 2002 Oct; 15(5): 362-8.
Screening Patients at Risk for Stroke: An Interactive Computer-Based Method (Bayer-sponsored interactive computer-based presentation, AANS, 1998).
Monitoring in Seizure Surgery: A Review of 168 Patients (oral presentation, CNS, 1998).
Stryker Cervicore (cervical disc prosthesis) IDE Co-investigator: Aventura Hospital site.
Aesculap Activ-L (lumbar disc prosthesis) IDE Co-investigator: Aventura Hospital site.
Get Serious: A Neurosurgeon’s Guide to Optimal Health & Fitness. Book Publishers Network, 2014.
Iron Man Magazine: Bimonthly columnist (Anti-Aging section).
Faculty member, Department of Surgery, University of Vermont School of Medicine.
Course faculty: “Controversies in Cervical Spine Disorders,”
Stryker Spine, November 2007.
Technical Instructor Strkyer Spine:
Cervical Laminectomy & Fusion.
Posterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion (PLIF).
ABNS (American Board of Neurological Surgery): DIPLOMATE
Written exam: 97th percentile. Oral board: PASSED.
NBOME (National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners) series (I, II, III): DIPLOMATE.
American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine: DIPLOMATE.
National Strength and Conditioning Association: Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS):
Florida State Medical License: OS8838.
West Virginia Medical License: 2348. (Former practice)
New York State Medical License: 222876. (Residency)
American Osteopathic Association (AOA).
American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS).
Congress of Neurological Surgeons (CNS).
American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M).
National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).