Fardad Mobin, MD
Board Certified Neurosurgeon
3501 Jamboree Road, Suite 1250
Throughout his career, Dr. Mobin has found the greatest reward in taking on the most complicated cases. “It’s about giving the patient a second chance at life without being in pain,” he explains, noting that many of his patients come in after being discouraged or turned away by other doctors. His success rate is clear, as Dr. Mobin is now the #1 referred neurosurgeon for spinal tumors.
He attributes much of this success to his personalized, hands-on approach and philosophy for patient care: To provide an honest, thorough evaluation followed by an informative treatment plan that actively involves each patient in their own treatment and recovery, as an educated patient heals faster.
Dr. Mobin completed his medical training with honors at the University of California, Davis, graduating Alpha Omega Alpha. He received his neurosurgical residency training at University of California Medical Center (UCDMC) in Sacramento, where he was elected chief resident and outstanding senior resident. He continues his affiliation with UCDMC as a clinical faculty.
Dr. Mobin served as the chief of neurosurgical services at Daniel Freeman hospital for three years, where he introduced innovative image-guidance and minimally invasive techniques in a private hospital setting. During his tenure at Daniel Freeman, he helped modernize the neurosurgical ICU, served as the principal for the FAST-Mg study for stroke victims and participated in medical student and nursing teaching.
In 2006, he became a founding member of DISC Sports & Spine Center, which was selected as an official medical service provider to the U.S. Olympic team, in 2010 and Red Bull’s US athlete performance team in 2011. His practice at DISC is in close relationship with colleagues in orthopedics, pain management, physical therapy and sport psychology.
Often invited to speak on such topics as evaluation and surgical techniques for the cervical spine, Dr. Mobin has also earned numerous awards, including the Alpha Omega Alpha and Outstanding Senior Resident of Neurosurgery at the UC Davis School of Medicine. He has published multiple peer-reviewed articles and belongs to several professional societies, including the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, the Congress of Neurological Surgeons, and the AO North American Spine Society.
Committed to developing new treatments for spinal conditions and wound healing, Dr. Mobin is a member of the scientific advisory board for MAX BioPharma, which aims to leverage its knowledge of small molecule lipids to create the next generation of therapeutic agents for intervention in some of the most fatal and debilitating human disorders.
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