With more than a decade of clinical leadership in her field, Dr. Sagun Tuli has maintained a neurosurgery and spinal surgery practice at the Center for Advanced Brain and Spine Surgery since 2011. Dr. Tuli’s suburban Boston practice encompasses a wide range of conditions involving degenerative, traumatic, neoplastic, and infectious injury and disease. She additionally holds surgical privileges with the nearby MetroWest Medical Center (MWMC).
A teaching hospital, and the largest health care provider in the suburban corridor between Boston and Worcester, MWMC maintains more than 400 hospital beds. The Center also offers full-service outpatient diagnostic and rehabilitation services, including a well-known pain management program. Areas of excellence at MWMC include women’s health, cancer care, gastroenterology, and cardiovascular care. Dr. Tuli and her fellow practitioners regularly undertake a variety of surgical treatments related to the spine, including spinal corticosteroid injection, spinal tap, and spinal arthrodesis. The latter procedure corrects serious spine issues through the fusing together of two vertebrae.
Sagun Tuli, M.D. maintains a longstanding faculty position with Harvard Medical School. An instructor since 2002, she held additional responsibilities from 2004 to 2006 as clinical epidemiology tutor, assisting first-year medical students. She has served as Assistant Professor at Harvard since 2005, and is distinguished as the first and only woman spinal surgeon within the university’s medical system. An experienced public lecturer, Dr. Tuli spoke before the Harvard Medical School, Department of Continuing Education, on spinal column tumors at the 2010 18th Annual Tumors of the Central Nervous System symposium.