Brian S. Grossman, MD

Brian S. Grossman, MD

Specializes in surgical and nonsurgical treatment of conditions of the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine of children and adults including scoliosis/spinal deformity surgery.

Fellowship:

Fellowship-Trained Spine Surgeon

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Brian Grossman, MD, graduated from Northwestern University Medical School, where he also completed his residency in orthopedic surgery. He completed his fellowship training in spine surgery at the Leatherman Spine Institute in Louisville, Kentucky.

Following his fellowship training, Dr. Grossman went into private practice in Humboldt County, California, then later joined Southern California Orthopedic Institute.

Dr. Grossman has presented research papers at several national meetings on spine surgery, spine trauma, and scoliosis. Dr. Grossman is a diplomate of the National Board of Medical Examiners and a member of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. He is board-certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery.

His professional interests include management of painful conditions of the neck and back, spine trauma, and correction of spinal deformities.

In his free time, Dr. Grossman is an avid bluegrass guitar picker, mountain biker, and skier. He lives with his wife and two sons in Moorpark.

Brian S. Grossman, MD, is available to see patients at the Simi Valley, Thousand Oaks, and Van Nuys offices.

Specialties

  • Spine
  • Qualified Medical Examinations
  • Agreed Medical Examinations
  • Independent Medical Examinations

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Contact:

Practice Coordinator: (805) 578-8550 Ext. 6419

Surgery Scheduler: (805) 578-8550 Ext. 6419

Fax: (805) 497-7315

Additional Information:

Workers' Comp: Yes
QME: Yes

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“I am a RN and work in a state prison. After 37 years of nursing, I had never so much as even strained my back and then I slip at work and hurt my back. It took a few months, but I finally got in to see Dr. Grossman. Even though it had been 5 months since my accident, I still hadn't had a MRI. Dr. Grossman ordered one immediately and when he saw it, he said I needed surgery. I said something like back surgeries don't do well, having seen many patients who had to have them redone. He responded that in cases like mine, where there was a specific area that needed surgery, they do very well.  I decided to try and be the good employee and was going to wait until I couldn't stand the pain any more. Long story short, I discovered that my Workers Comp had a deadline for me to have a surgical procedure and return to work. I went back to Dr. Grossman, had another MRI, and had surgery in April of 2009. I woke up in recovery room and my leg pain was completely gone! He later told me the surgery went perfectly! Today, 4 years later, I am still without the symptoms that plagued me after my fall. To say I am grateful is an understatement.  I will always be very grateful to Dr. Grossman for giving me back my life.  I have had surgery by other Southern California Orthopedic Institute physicians and refer all of my friends to Southern California Orthopedic Institute. -- Nicki G.”
– Nicki
Patient Rating:
5