Richard F. Schmidt MD

Richard F. Schmidt, MD is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Neurological Surgery with Thomas Jefferson University. He manages a variety of neurosurgical diseases, including both acute life-threatening conditions such as stroke, cerebral aneurysms, and spinal cord injury, in addition to other neurosurgical conditions such as brain tumors, vascular malformations, and degenerative conditions of the brain and spine. In addition to training in general neurosurgery, he completed subspecialty fellowship training at Thomas Jefferson University and is dual-trained in both endovascular and open cerebrovascular neurosurgery, offering a comprehensive treatment approach to vascular disorders of the brain including both open and minimally invasive techniques.