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Michelle M. Cecchini, MD

Board Certified Neurosurgeon located in San Antonio, TX & Kerrville, TX

About Dr. Cecchini

Dr. Michelle Cecchini is a neurosurgeon trained in the surgical treatment of disorders of the brain and spine. She is originally from the Chicagoland area and attended University of Illinois- Champaign graduating with a degree in Biology with High distinction and Summa cum Laude. She attended medical
school at Rush Medical College and completed her training in Neurosurgery at the University of Washington in Seattle in 2015.

Dr. Cecchini worked at the University of Washington for three and a half years after graduating, where she specialized in surgical treatment of brain and spine tumors degenerative disease of the neck and back, hydrocephalus, and congenital disorders of the nervous
system. She was also an active educator as the director of resident education courses and the associate program director.

She moved to San Antonio when her significant other was relocated here by the Army and they welcomed their first child in June of 2019. Dr. Cecchini is excited to begin to bring her expertise in neurosurgical care to the communities of San Antonio, and intends to provide compassionate and expert medical care to her patients using the most modern technology and knowledge available

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Dr. Michelle Cecchini is a neurosurgeon trained in the surgical treatment of disorders of the brain and spine. She is originally from the Chicagoland area and attended University of Illinois- Champaign graduating with a degree in Biology with High distinction and Summa cum Laude. She attended medical
school at Rush Medical College and completed her training in Neurosurgery at the University of Washington in Seattle in 2015.

Dr. Cecchini worked at the University of Washington for three and a half years after graduating, where she specialized in surgical treatment of brain and spine tumors degenerative disease of the neck and back, hydrocephalus, and congenital disorders of the nervous
system. She was also an active educator as the director of resident education courses and the associate program director.

She moved to San Antonio when her significant other was relocated here by the Army and they welcomed their first child in June of 2019. Dr. Cecchini is excited to begin to bring her expertise in neurosurgical care to the communities of San Antonio, and intends to provide compassionate and expert medical care to her patients using the most modern technology and knowledge available


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