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Dr. Matthew Tormenti is a Board Certified and Fellowship trained neurosurgeon at Princeton Brain & Spine. Dr. Tormenti specializes in complex spinal surgery and skull base brain surgery.
Since January 2017, Dr. Tormenti has served as Medical Director of Neurosurgery at St. Mary Medical Center in Langhorne, PA.
Dr. Tormenti was educated at Virginia Tech University where he was a varsity wrestler and graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Biochemistry. He was further educated at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and accepted into the University of Pittsburgh residency training program in neurological surgery. Recently, University of Pittsburgh neurological surgery residency training program was named a #1 academic program in the United States. During his training, Dr. Tormenti completed a broad training in all aspects of neurological surgery with specialized training in complex spinal surgery, skull base surgery, and brain trauma. More specifically, Dr. Tormenti is one of a handful of neurosurgeons capable of performing complex spinal scoliosis reconstructions and in minimally invasive spine operations. In addition, he completed a 2 year fellowship in endoscopic skull base surgery at the University of Pittsburgh, an international destination for skull base surgery.
During his residency and fellowship, Dr. Tormenti presented his work at numerous national and international academic meetings, and his work has been published in many prestigious neurosurgical and skull base journals. Recently, Dr. Tormenti was awarded the Stuart Rowe Prize in neurosurgery at the University of Pittsburgh for his research in brain injury/concussion.
Dr. Tormenti uses advanced techniques and technology to treat patients with all types of brain and spine conditions.
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