Neuroradiologist, Neurosurgeon, Neurooncologist
31 years of experience
Doctor speaks English, Italian
Online Consultation with Neurosurgeon
Medical procedures Included
24/7 Bookimed assistance
Personal medical coordinator
Medical travel arrangements — booking of air tickets and hotel rooms at special partner prices
Patient advocacy during a medical travel
You submit a request and the Bookimed coordinator contacts you to discuss all details.
Medical records collection
You collect all medical records and test results and send to the Bookimed coordinator.
Bookimed arranges free translation of your records if required and sends them to the doctor you’ve chosen.
Evaluation of your history
The doctor studies your records, defines treatment tactics and appoints the consultation time.
Online consultation with a doctor
The doctor explains the treatment program and answers all your questions. The consultation takes 30-60 minutes (with or without interpreter).
Conclusion & treatment plan
Afterward, you receive a plan of treatment developed according to internation guidelines and detailed recommendations.
Professor Pietro Mortini is a famous Italian neurosurgeon with over 30 years of experience. Currently he works at serves patients at Ospedale San Raffaele and the Director of the Experimental Neurosurgery Unit at San Raffaele Scientific Institute.
Pietro Mortini MD is also a Visiting Professor at the George Washington University (USA) as well.
Prof. Mortini graduated from University of Milan and University of Verona (both Italy) where he obtained a degree in Otorhinolaryngology and Neurosurgery.
Specialty of Professor Pietro Mortini
Professor Mortini specializes in neuro- and radiosurgeries. His main approach is minimally invasive spine and brain operations. They help to treat diseases with small surgical interventions and minimal injury of patient's tissues. He provides all operations under control of neuronavigation and neuromapping. This innovative approach helps a doctor to perform neurological surgeries more precise and speeds up a patient's recovery.
In 2019, the Professor together with Professor Massimo Candiani provided a unique surgery for spina bifida treatment in unborn child at the 22nd week of woman’s pregnancy.
Professor Mortini provides research in microsurgical therapy of pituitary adenomas and radiosurgery for uveal melanoma. Within his scientific work, he collaborates with the Institute of Medical Genetics (Italy) and Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry (Germany).
The doctor has patented the method of manufacturing a device for regenerating biological tissues (Patent No. CA 2778238 A1).
Membership in organizations
- Italian Society of the Cranial Base