It is the case that Dr. Mark Dekutoski loves to teach others how to be better medical professionals. That love of teaching others comes from his lifelong love of learning from others. And he has learned a lot, from his Bachelor of Arts from Albion University in 1982 to his time at Wayne State University School of Medicine, which is where he became Dr. Mark Dekutoski, MD, officially speaking, in 1986. He completed an internship in general surgery in 1987 and a residency in orthopedic surgery in 1991 from Wayne State. He followed that with a sting as a John H. Moe Clinical Spine Fellow at the Twin Cities Scoliosis Spine Center at the University of Minnesota in 1993. Again, he has a lot of education.
Over his three decades in medicine, Dr. Mark Dekutoski, MD has felt compelled to share his vast knowledge with other professionals in the field. In addition to his impressive level of skill as a world-class orthopedic spine surgeon, Dr. Dekutoski is also highly regarded as a researcher capable of leading medical breakthroughs that were unthinkable a relatively short time ago, like minimally-invasive spine treatments for adults and children.