Fardad Mobin, M.D.
Dr. Fardad Mobin is a highly trained spinal and general neurosurgeon. He specializes in the treatment of spinal disorders, ranging from sciatica to complex reconstructive spinal surgery and microsurgery. He completed a highly recognized neurovascular and microsurgical fellowship at U.C.L.A, prior to assuming the role of director of Neurosurgery at Daniel Freeman hospital. With more than 15 years of experience in the field of Neurosurgery and a specialization in minimally invasive techniques, he has completed over 2,000 cranial and spinal procedures, ranging from herniated disc repair to complex reconstructive spinal surgery and microsurgery. His pioneering image-guided surgery involves computer generated simulations to design and navigate the safe surgical corridors for patient specific anatomy. His surgical techniques are famous for minimally invasive approaches, delicate tissue handling and microsurgery. Dr. Mobin provides his patients with an honest and complete evaluation. He prepares an informative treatment plan and engages them in their own recovery. Dr. Mobin is out of network with insurance companies.
Procedures Dr. Fardad Mobin Performs at Cedars-Sinai Marina del Rey Hospital
- Blue Cross / Blue Shield
- United Healthcare
- United Healthcare
Education & Training
University of California, Davis School of Medicine
Division of Neurosurgery, UCLA - Functional and Stereotactic Neurosurgery
University of California, Davis, Department of Neurological Surgery - Neurological Surgery
University of California Los Angeles Medical Center Los Angeles - Cerebrovascular and Microsurgery
Honors & Awards
Memberships & Affiliations
Publications & Media
Correlation between MRI-based stereotactic thalamic deep brain stimulation electrode placement, macroelectrode stimulation and clinical response to tremor control.
Mobin, F., De Salles, A. A., Behnke, E. J., Frysinger, R.; Stereotact Funct Neurosurg. 2000 Jun 15.
Stereotactic radiosurgery of cerebral arteriovenous malformations: appearance of perinidal T(2) hyperintensity signal as a predictor of favorable treatment response.
Mobin, F., De Salles, A. A., Abdelaziz, O., Cabatan-Awang, C., Solberg, T., Selch, M.; Stereotact Funct Neurosurg. 2000 Jun 15.