Our Providers

Michael Reinhorn, MD

Dr. Reinhorn is a board-certified general surgeon and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, as well as a father, husband, and swimmer. He is one of six surgeons at Newton-Wellesley Surgeons, Inc., who practice at Newton-Wellesley Hospital, a highly rated hospital in Newton, MA just 10 miles outside of Boston. The practice services the entire New England region. We are now happy to provide outpatient hernia services for our patients at Boston Outpatient Surgical Suites in Waltham, MA.

Over his surgical career, he has developed expertise in minimally invasive inguinal and umbilical hernia surgery. He is also a specialist in surgical treatment of pilonidal disease and for the last eleven years, he has been performing the “Cleft-lift” or “Bascom flap” procedure. While no formal training after surgical residency is required to become a hernia surgeon or pilonidal surgeon, as a result of his 15 years of experience focusing on these conditions, he has become expert in both.

Aside from being a practicing general surgeon, he has been involved with teaching medical students and residents. From 2009 to 2016, each year, he has supervised the surgical education of more than 30 medical students, and contributes to the training of more than 30 surgeons in training from Massachusetts General Hospital.  In 2016 he matriculated at the Heller School of Social Policy and Management in an MBA program for practicing physicians.  The goal of the program, and Dr. Reinhorn’s goal is to gain the tools necessary to help transform our complicated and poorly functioning healthcare system.

Lauren Ott, PA-C

Lauren Ott is a certified Physician Assistant that has been trained by Dr. Reinhorn in care of hernia and pilonidal patients. Lauren graduated from PA school at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences with Honors in 2015. After graduation in May, Lauren joined our practice.

Lauren and Dr. Reinhorn work together in the office as a team; spending more time with each patient, examining, educating, and discussing treatment options including surgery. Lauren sees patients immediately before and after their surgeries, and is trained to assist Dr. Reinhorn in the operating room. By working together, they are able to improve the quality of care of each patient.