Dr. Robert R. Hagan received his MD from Saint Louis University School of Medicine. He received his general surgery training at The Lahey Clinic in Boston, Massachusetts and his plastic surgery training at The Lahey Clinic and Harvard Medical School hospitals. He continued his education as a fellow at Harvard Medical School in Boston, Massachusetts specializing in hand and microsurgery. Upon returning to the Midwest he completed a craniofacial fellowship at Washington University in St. Louis, MO.
Currently, Dr. Hagan maintains a private practice at Neuropax Clinic in St. Louis, MO. He has special interests in peripheral nerve surgery and hand/extremity surgery. His diverse training in plastics, hand, peripheral nerve, craniofacial, reconstructive and microsurgery has served him well to understand the many challenges of today’s pain and peripheral nerve disorders.
Peripheral nerve itself includes diabetic neuropathy, compression neuropathies (carpal tunnel, cubital tunnel, tarsal tunnel, etc.), nerve trauma, chronic joint pain, chronic groin pain, chronic Headache, and RSD/causalgia.
Dr. Hagan is committed to the research and further development of peripheral nerve surgery. Neuropax Clinic provides a multi-center platform for clinical research and advancement of surgical techniques. Dr. Hagan has many ongoing studies focused on improving the diagnosis of and treatment of peripheral nerve and pain disorders.
Dr. Hagan and Neuropax Clinic together provide fellowship training in peripheral nerve surgery to teach other surgeons their advanced diagnostic and surgical techniques. He is also a clinical instructor for the Saint Louis University, Department of Surgery, Division of Plastic Surgery.
Dr. Robert Hagan’s professional hospital appointments include Missouri Baptist Hospital and Barnes Jewish-West Country Hospital; all located in St. Louis, Missouri. He is a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons(ASPS), the American Association for Hand Surgery(AAHS), American Society For Peripheral Nerve(ASPN), the American Society for Reconstructive Microsurgery(ASRM), the Association of Extremity Nerve Surgeons(AENS), the American Headache Society(AHS), and the American Diabetes Society(ADS).