Frank W Moussa
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Frank Moussa, MD

Orthopedics | Sports Medicine
Languages: English
243 Ratings, 39 Reviews
HonorHealth Medical Group

Specialties

  • Orthopedics
  • Sports Medicine

Credentials

  • Residency

    University Of Missouri Hospitals And Clinics
  • Education

    University of Missouri - Kansas City
  • Fellowship

    University of Missouri School of Medicine - Kansas

About

Dr. Moussa's areas of focus include knee, shoulder, sports medicine, total joint care and fracture care. He offers many specialized treatments, including robotics, injections and arthritis stem cell treatment.

He has treated a broad spectrum of patients in his more than 20 years of practice, from the weekend warrior to the professional athlete. He is proud to be starting his third decade of service to patients at HonorHealth.

Clinical Interests

  • Fracture Care
  • knee arthroscopy
  • Total knee replacement
  • Shoulder surgery
  • Knee surgery

Care philosophy

Dr. Mousa treats each of his patients with an individualized care plan that addresses their unique wants and needs.

Ratings & Reviews

4.7 out of 5
Patient Rating - 243 Ratings
Provider discussed treatment options
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Likelihood of recommending this provider
39 Reviews

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