My Grandfather’s words rang true then, and they do still now. It’s by these words I live and practice, knowing my patients will receive a level of care that always takes into account the post-operative effects of my work; Work I don’t want to hide, and results you’ll never have to.
“You cannot hide your results.”

As I was looking through the window of my Trans-Atlantic flight headed to the United States of America, I was both scared and excited. Scared because I had never been anywhere but my homeland. Scared because I spoke no English and my family stayed behind; and because I was only 20 years old and entering the unknown. On the other hand, I was incredibly excited. I wanted to explore, to learn, to experience… and most importantly, I wanted to fulfill my dreams.

Back in my homeland, the communism regime was crumbling, the lines for food were growing, and the future was uncertain. What did I have to lose?

On the first day of my English class at the local Community college, I was very clear – “I want to be a doctor.” – This seemed to amuse my classmates, as they were laughing; however, my instructor tried to defuse the situation by asking me “Do you know what that means”. To me, it meant translating every word in textbooks with a dictionary; taking classes in every spring, summer, fall, and winter semester; studying 8 hours per day; and grabbing every educational opportunity as possible. I read and wrote multiple scientific articles, spent 14 years in school, trained and educated new doctors and worked in excess of 120 hours per week. To me, it meant realizing my dreams.

Why Ear Nose and Throat? That was the question I asked my grandfather. He was drafted during WWII by the Russians straight out of medical school. He quickly worked through the ranks and became the Medical director of a mobile hospital based on a train.

It would transport the wounded out of the frontlines of the battlefields into the safe zone while continuing to perform life-saving procedures and care. When the war was over, he continued to advance in the veteran affair hospital administration, reaching the level of colonel and was offered a CEO position at a 500-bed hospital in Moscow. He declined.

Determined to do what he always wanted and loved; he became a healer; providing direct medical care. His rational for choosing Ear Nose Throat specialty was based on fascinating anatomy, great diversity of diseases, and most of all, the ability to see the results of your treatment/surgery. “You cannot hide your results”. He said

His words rang true then, and they do still now. It’s by these words I live and practice, knowing my patients will receive a level of care that always takes into account the post-operative effects of my work; Work I don’t want to hide, and results you’ll never have to.

“You cannot hide your results.”


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  • Work experience
  • Education
  • Certifications & Memberships
  • Honors & Scholarships
  • July 2007 to July 2014 – University of Florida, Gainesville, FloridaClinical Assistant Professor at the Department of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery
  • July 2014 to March 2018 – UF Health Cancer Center at Orlando Health, Orlando, FloridaStaff Physician
  • April 2018 to present – PatiENT ENT, Head & Neck Surgery, LLC, Orlando, FloridaFounder and Clinical Practice Director
  • July 2006 to June 2007 – University of Cincinnati Medical Center, Cincinnati, OhioFellowship in Head and Neck Oncological and Endocrine Surgery
  • June 2002 to June 2006 – Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaResidency in Otorhinolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery, Facial Plastic Surgery
  • June 2001 to June 2002 – Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaSurgical Internship
  • Sept 1997 to May 2001 – Midwestern University: Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine, Downers Grove, IllinoisDoctor of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Sept 1992 to August 1997 – University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IllinoisBachelor of Science in Biology
  • Sept 1989 to January 1992 – University of Rostov-on-Don, Department of National Economy, Rostov-on-Don, RussiaMajor in Accounting, Minor in Computer Programming


  • Florida Osteopathic Medical Association, May 2011
  • Florida Medical Association, January 2008
  • Board Certified in Otolaryngology/Facial Plastic Surgery, May 2007
  • Head and Neck Ultrasonography Certification
  • American Osteopathic Association
  • American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery
  • American Colleges of Osteopathic and Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery
  • American Thyroid Association
  • Exemplary Teacher Award – 2008-2009
  • President’s Scholar, National Dean’s List – 1995
  • The Honors Societies – Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Theta Kappa, Golden Key National Society
  • Bachelor’s degree with college honors and with distinction in biological sciences
  • Federal Scholarship – Institute of National Economy – 1989-1992
  • Jean Dreyfus Boissevain Scholarship – 1997, Datatel Scholarship – 1998
  • Forest Health System Scholarship – 1999-2000, Marcus and Theresa Levie Scholarship – 1999-2001


Hear it from them

Hear first hand from Dr. Vaysberg’s patients about why they chose him as their physician, and what their experience was like.

I was a patient of Dr Vaysberg when he was at Univ of FL in Gainesville. When he was recruited to Orlando, I followed him there to have my thyroid surgery done. There is no other ENT surgeon I would trust for a surgery that vascular and potentially risky. He is simply the best. As an RN, I am careful who I chose to provide my medical care. It is without reservation I recommend Dr Vaysberg to my friends needing head and neck surgery.

Debra Driscoll Powell

Dr, Vaysberg is absolutely amazing. he has saved my life with his innovative cancer treatments. He alway considers the big picture. Quality of life and quantity of life combined. I am truly blessed to have him in my corner.

Joel Johnson

I saw DR. Vaysberg due to severe nosebleeds in fact I walked into his office for my first appointment and my nose started to bleed before I ever went back to see him. His staff was fantastic took great care of me and the DR was wonderful. He has a great manner about him that put me at ease and he took care of the issue and sent me on my way. He numbed my nose up very well so that neither the cauterization or stitches hurt at all. He went to great lengths to a dress my issue so I could go on vac.


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