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Saeed Sam Sadrameli, MD


400 Celebration Blvd A360 Kissimmee FL, 34747


Dr. Saeed Sam Sadrameli is spine-focused neurosurgeon in Orlando and Kissimmee, FL. His main areas of interest are endoscopic spine surgery, robotic and minimally invasive spine surgery, and complex spine surgery. He takes advantage of the latest data-driven technology and machinelearning custom-made patient-specific implants to optimize patient's alignments and thereby minimizing the need for revision surgery. Dr. Sadrameli treats pathologies including sciatica, arm and leg pain, back pain, neck pain, scoliosis, spondylolisthesis, spondylosis, foraminal stenosis, and spinal tumors. He is a fellowship trained board eligible neurosurgeon. Dr. Sadrameli utilizes state-of-the-art robotic and endoscopic technology to address patients symptoms in the least invasive fashion. 

Education and Training

University of Florida College of Medicine Doctor of Medicine 0

University of Florida College of Engineering B.S. in Electrical Engineering 0

Houston Methodist Neurological Institute Neurosurgery Residency 0

MD Anderson Cancer Center 0, Spinal Oncology Fellowship 2021

Board Certification

American Board of Neurological Surgery

Provider Details

Male English, Farsi
Saeed Sam Sadrameli, MD
Saeed Sam Sadrameli, MD's Expert Contributions
  • What is Neurosurgery and What Does it Take to Become One?

    Neurosurgery is a subspecialty of surgery with focus on diseases of the central and peripheral nervous system. This includes pathologies in the brain as well as the spine and peripheral nerves. Some of the most common diseases addressed by neurosurgeons are brain and spinal tumors, brain aneurysms,...

  • spinal dye injection

    Typically MRI is the preferred imaging study to evaluate the spine and diseases related to the spine. In certain cases (i.e. existing hardware from a previous spinal fusion) CT Myelogram (dye injection) can be very helpful. This is typically performed by interventional radiologist or neurosurgeons and will be under local anesthetics. It may be uncomfortable but generally well tolerated. READ MORE

  • Back pain

    There are various reasons for back pain and without appropriate imaging studies, it is difficult to diagnose and treat the issue. It could be as simple as arthritic pain to disc herniation, to facet inflammation, to malignancy. Symptoms appear to be chronic and therefore a degenerative problem is more likely. I would advise a consultation with a spine-focused neurosurgeon. READ MORE

  • Surgery duration

    I typically tell patients operative time depends on many factors and mostly the complexity of the surgery at hand and no two surgeries are exactly identical. What matters the most beyond surgical time (as long as its not abnormally lengthy) is your surgical outcome. Do your research about your surgeon and the proposed surgery prior to the operation and if you feel comfortable with your surgeon and what youve read about her/him, youre likely making the right choice. Best of luck. Saeed S. Sadrameli, MD Endoscopic, Minimally Invasive and Robotic Spine Neurosurgeon Orlando Neurosurgery, AdventHealthCerebration READ MORE

  • Surgery Dilemma

    It is important to optimize all aspect of care prior to any surgery. This includes bone health (no osteopenia or osteoporosis), mobility, and other issues. It is difficult to decide which surgery to proceed with first without much clinical information but I would discuss this with both your spine and knee surgeon and have a consensus. You can also seek a second opinion to have a fresh set of eyes evaluating the clinical issue at hand. Hope this helps. Saeed S. Sadrameli, MD Endoscopic, Minimally Invasive and Robotic Spine Neurosurgeon Orlando Neurosurgery, AdventHealthCerebration READ MORE

  • Is nerve damage fixable?

    That depends on the etiology of nerve damage. Either way it is recommended to do a complete workup including imaging and EMG/NCS. Saeed S. Sadrameli, MD Endoscopic, Minimally Invasive and Robotic Spine Neurosurgeon Orlando Neurosurgery, AdventHealthCerebration READ MORE

  • How can you fix the nerve damage in the back?

    Most nerve damage in the back can be fixed surgically. At the minimum, surgery can prevent further damage to the nerve as the process is often progressive in nature. Saeed S. Sadrameli, MD Endoscopic/Minimally Invasive and Robotic Spine Surgeon Orlando Neurosurgery, AdventHealth Celebration Office: 407.975.0200 (8030) READ MORE

  • How can you fix back nerve pain?

    That is precisely why you see a neurosurgeon. We are specialized in nerve decompression which in turn will alleviate nerve pain or sciatica. Saeed S. Sadrameli, MD Endoscopic, Minimally Invasive and Robotic Spine Neurosurgeon Orlando Neurosurgery, AdventHealthCerebration READ MORE

  • Does a neurologist treat sciatica?

    Typically a neurosurgeon treats sciatica. Conservative measures offered by pain management can be considered for majority of sciatica type complaints. Saeed S. Sadrameli, MD Endoscopic/Minimally Invasive and Robotic Spine Surgeon Orlando Neurosurgery, AdventHealth Celebration Office: 407.975.0200 (8030) READ MORE

  • Should I see a neurosurgeon for neck pain?

    Yes, a spine-focused neurosurgeon can help with neck pain. MRI cervical spine and upright xrays can be helpful to determine the cause of neck pain. READ MORE

  • Can sciatica be cured?

    Sciatica is often due to compression a never or multiple nerves. Patient often experience pain shooting down the leg. The reason for nerve compression varies from patient to patient and can be due to disc herniation, top down foraminal stenosis, spinal stenosis or other less common pathologies. Most sciaticas are curable. Please contact us to ask about our ultra minimally invasive endoscopic approach for treatments of sciatica. READ MORE

  • What is the best treatment for sciatica?

    Once the reason behind sciatica is identified, which is most commonly a disc herniation, conservative measures followed by endoscopic discectomy are most likely the best surgical solution. READ MORE

  • Can you live a normal life with a brain aneurysm?

    Yes you can. You need to however be aware of risk factors for brain aneurysm rupture and optimize those. READ MORE

  • Can nerve damage in the foot be fixed?

    If nerve damage is due to compression or other mechanical problems, it can be decompressed. It is unpredictable to what degree the damage is reversible. READ MORE

  • Can back nerve damage be fixed?

    Nerve damage in the lumbar spine can be due to a variety of reasons and the extent of injury is also variable. In cases of nerve injury due to mechanical compression such as disc herniation or spinal canal narrowing, nerve damage can show some improvement upon treating the underlying problem. Saeed S. Sadrameli, MD Endoscopic/Minimally Invasive & Complex Spine Surgeon Orlando Neurosurgery Cell: 407.676.0523 READ MORE

  • How long is recovery from spinal nerve surgery?

    After a nerve decompression spine surgery, symptoms may take a year to improve as nerves are typically slow to recover. In general the longer and more extensive the degree of nerve compression, the longer it takes to recover. Older individuals tend to take longer to recover and it may never reach a 100% recovery. Seek help today if you suffer from arm or leg pain due to nerve compression as there may be minimally invasive ways to treat your problem. READ MORE

  • Advice

    While it is nearly impossible to provide any meaningful clinical advice online, your condition can certainly be evaluated in office and I am happy to see you as a consultation. In general severe cervical stenosis have sequela that are variable from patient to patient and treatment options heavily depend on physical exam and history. READ MORE

  • EMG testing

    Blood test is not needed in order for the EMG to be performed. READ MORE

  • Sciatica after microdiscetomy

    It is not uncommon to experience pain after microdiscectomy. Majority of the symptoms should improve with time and certainly should not be as intense as symptoms prior to the operation. This type of pain is often referred to as radiculitis. Having said that, recurrent disc herniation can occur in 5% of patients and if symptoms are not improving, further evaluation is warranted. READ MORE

  • What kind of doctor is best for sciatica?

    85% of patients with sciatica improve and move on to be back to normal with time and medication/therapy. If symptoms don’t improve in 6-8 weeks, a consultation with a neurosurgeon (with an MRI Lumbar spine) is warranted. READ MORE

  • Do I need surgery for sciatica?

    Further evaluation with an MRI is necessary to make that determination. A consultation with a neurosurgeon is warranted if symptoms don’t resolve in 6-8 weeks. READ MORE

Areas of expertise and specialization

Endoscopic Spine SurgeryRobotic Spine SurgeryMinimally Invasive Spine SurgeryCervical Disc ReplacementSpondylolisthesisAdult Degenerative Scoliosis and Spinal DeformitySpinal OncologySciaticaSacroiliac Joint DisorderSpinal Cord Neuromodulation (Spinal Cord Stimulator)Cervical SpondylosisLumbar SpondylosisLumbar StenosisCervical Stenosis

Professional Memberships

  • Congress of Neurological Surgeons  
  • American Association of Neurological Surgeons  
  • Society of Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery  
  • North American Spine Society  
  • International Society for Advancement of Spine Surgery  
  • Alpha Omega Alpha  


  • Houston Methodist


  • Houston Methodist / Endoscopic and minimally invasive spine surgery

Professional Society Memberships

  • AANS, CNS, SMISS, NASS, Alfa Omega Alfa Honor Society

Areas of research

Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery

Enhanced Recovery After Surgery

Sports-Related Concussion

Relatioship between Sports-related Concussion and Gut Microbiome

Saeed Sam Sadrameli, MD's Practice location

Orlando Neurosurgery

400 Celebration Blvd A360 -
Kissimmee, FL 34747
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Fax: 407-550-8030

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Get to know Neurosurgeon Dr. Saeed Sam Sadrameli, who serves patients in Kissimmee, Florida.

Dr. Sadrameli is a fellowship-trained neurosurgeon specializing in minimally invasive and complex spine surgery. He is a part of the team of professionals at Orlando Neurosurgery, treating adults out of the office in AdventHealth Celebration Hospital in Kissimmee, Florida.

His areas of special interest include ultra-minimally invasive endoscopic spine surgery, robotic spine surgery, cervical disc replacement, minimally invasive tubular decompression, and enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS). He offers patient-specific solutions for sciatica, neck, and back pain ranging from non-operative treatments to more sophisticated surgical procedures. Dr. Sadrameli believes that the most minimally invasive surgery is no surgery and is often able to provide ultra-minimally invasive endoscopic solutions to avoid a spinal fusion.

While working as an engineer, Dr. Sadrameli became interested in medicine. He found his engineering world to be lacking in personal connections, and began volunteer work at a hospital, where he found his passion in the challenging yet rewarding world of medicine. That inspired him to return to Florida and pursue his  medical training. 

After completing his Bachelor and Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering, he received his medical training from the University of Florida College of Medicine. While in school, he was inducted into the prestigious Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society and served as its president. He also served as the president of the Surgical Subspecialty Interest Group. He subsequently went on to complete his residency in neurosurgery at the Houston Methodist Neurological Institute, where he also received fellowship training at the Texas Medical Center with focus on spinal endoscopy as well as spinal oncology at the world renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center. 

Passionate about his profession, Dr. Sadrameli is board-eligible in neurosurgery by the American Board of Neurological Surgery. Dr. Sadrameli’s practice aims to utilize state-of-the art technology as well as modern surgical techniques to offer the least invasive solution to address patient’s symptoms while maximizing the longevity of the spine by avoiding spinal instrumentation when possible.  

In order to stay up to date in his field, Dr. Sadrameli remains an active member of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, the Congress of Neurological Surgeons, the North American Spine Society, the Society for Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery, and the International Society for Advancement of Spine Surgery.

Neurosurgery is the medical specialty concerned with the prevention, diagnosis, surgical treatment, and rehabilitation of disorders which affect any portion of the nervous system including the brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerves, and extra-cranial cerebrovascular system. Neurosurgeons are doctors who diagnose and treat problems with the nervous system, often by performing surgery on the brain or spine. They treat strokes, tumors, certain types of birth defects, infections, and head or spinal cord injuries.

Combining his expertise in engineering with his passion for surgery and caring for people, Dr. Sadrameli was drawn towards the specialty of neurosurgery. He has published over 25 manuscripts in the field of minimally invasive spine surgery and sports-related injury. He has presented his research in multiple regional and national conferences. 

Dr. Sadrameli is an avid soccer fan and played soccer for the University of Florida during his undergraduate and graduate training. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, playing soccer with his sons, and traveling. He speaks English and Farsi.

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