Dr. Bob Brusie graduated from Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine. He completed his surgical residency at the Marion DuPont Scott Equine Center in 1989 and has been in private practice ever since. He became Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons in 1994. Dr. Brusie joined Palm Beach Equine Clinic in 1996 as Head of Surgery.
Dr. Brusie is a board-certified surgeon who is recognized for his expertise in colic surgery, as well as for his skill in arthroscopic surgery. His surgical experience expands the clinic’s progressive care in both emergency and elective procedures. He has published articles on numerous topics, including the equine intestinal tract and septic arthritis in horses. Dr. Brusie is married and has three daughters.
News Featuring Dr. Bob Brusie
- Wellington Clinic Uses Stem Cells to Help Heal Horses
- Ride Along With A Veterinarian—Robert Brusie, DVM | Tendon Injury Surgery
- 2 horses improving after barn fire that killed 8 others
Research by and in Collaboration with Dr. Bob Brusie
- Subchondral lucencies of the proximal tibia in 17 horses, American College of Veterinary Surgeons, Veterinary Surgery, February 2020
- Evaluation of sodium hyaluronate therapy in induced septic arthritis in the horse, Equine Veterinary Journal, February 1992, Volume 24, Issue S11, Pages 18-23
- Fluorometric evaluation of large and small intestinal ischaemia in the horse, Equine Veterinary Journal, October 1989, Volume 21, Issue 5, Pages 358-363
- Chylothorax in an Arabian filly, Equine Veterinary Journal, April 1989, Volume 21, Pages 132-134