Matthew J. Robon, MD, is board-certified in hand and orthopedic surgery. He treats patients with all types of orthopedic fractures in addition to his specialty focus in hand and upper extremity surgery.
In his years as a competitive All-American swimmer, he endured years of medical treatment for multiple orthopedic injuries. These experiences shaped his practice philosophy today: good patient care involves making accurate and timely diagnoses, but equally important is treating patients with respect and compassion. By helping his patients understand their problem, he can treat the immediate problem and hopefully help them avoid future injuries and pain.
Dr. Robon is married and has three sons. He and his wife enjoy exploring the great outdoors by hiking, golfing, and trail running in the Cascades.
Institution: Ohio State University College of Medicine
Institution: Medical College of Ohio
Program: Fellowship in Orthopedic Surgery
Institution: University of Rochester School of Medicine
Program: Board Certified
Institution: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
Program: Subspecialty Certificate in Surgery of the Hand
Institution: Amercian Board of Orthopedic Surgery
Fellow-American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons
American Medical Association
American Society for Surgery of the Hand
Washington State Medical Association
Washington State Orthopaedic Association
Western Orthopaedic Association
Services + Specialties
- Trauma care
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