Robert Mastey, M.D.

Robert Mastey, M.D.
Upper Extremity Specialist

Robert Mastey began his studies at Colgate College where he received his B.A. in Economics. He continued with graduate studies at Hahnemann Medical School where he was awarded a Master’s in Applied Human Physiology. Dr. Mastey earned his medical degree at the University of Dentistry and Medicine of New Jersey.

Dr. Mastey completed his Post Graduate training in General Surgery and Orthopaedic Surgery at Duke University Medical Center. His Fellowship at Rhode Island Hospital/Brown University School of Medicine, focused on Hand and Upper Extremities.

The Center for Sports Medicine and Orthopaedics recruited Dr. Mastey to join the practice in 1996. He specializes in Hand and Upper Extremity Disorders.

Robert and his wife, Carol, live in East Brainerd and keep busy raising their 3 children and following their respective sports schedules. When time allows, he enjoys watching college and professional sports and eating spicy foods.

I know that meeting the needs of a patient with a nagging tennis elbow is equally as important as someone with a significant orthopaedic challenge that requires surgical attention. Turning challenges into opportunities that promote movement for a patient is just the best reward you can have. – Dr. Robert Mastey
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Certifications and Associations

Board Certified


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Patient Comments
  • “Excellent and knowledgeable physician who shows that he cares about his patients!”
  • “Dr. Mastey is so down to earth and friendly, he seems more like a family member than a physician. His staff is super-efficient and friendly as well.”
  • “Dr Mastey was very kind and professional with my young granddaughter. He gave explanations for her treatment and spoke directly to her while allowing her to ask questions.”
  • “I don’t know how he does it but he has done 5 surgeries on me with little to no pain after. He is the best at what he does”