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Dr. Leggi Lucrezia


Date of Birth


Current assignment

MD at Spine Surgery Unit

Title of qualification awarded

Degree in Medicine and Surgery at "La Sapienza" University of Rome, obtained in 2016 with a grade of 110/110 cum laude from 

Other qualifications awarded

Specialization in Orthopaedics and Traumatology, obtained at at the University "Alma Mater Studiorum" of Bologna in 2022, with grade 110/110 with honors

Positions held

•   From 31/12/2022 Medical Director at the SC of Vertebral Surgery 
•   From 13/07/2022 Medical Director with MFS contract at the SC of Vertebral Surgery 
•   From 2021 specializing in the SC department of Spinal Oncological and Degenerative Surgery  
•   From 2019 to 2021 internal specializing at SS Department Spinal Deformity Surgery 
•   From 2017 to 2022 specialization in Orthopaedics and Traumatology at the Rizzoli Orthopaedic Institute


•    Italian: Mother tongue
•    English: Fluent
•    Spanish: Excellent
•    French: Scholastic


Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office and Apple Mac applications

Scientific activities
  • Publication of scientific articles in the field of Vertebral Surgery
  • Participation in numerous congresses related to Vertebral surgery
  • Participation in training courses in innovative techniques in Vertebral surgery
  • Participation as a leader in the randomized trial "Minimally invasive surgery vs. strandard back approach" in the treatment of scoliosis
  • Participation as a leader in the study on the use of Vertebral Body Tethering for the treatment of adolescent scoliosis
  • Participation as conductor in the prospective study "the treatment of Cluneal Nerve Syndrome"
  • Participation as principal conductor in the retrospective study "use of silver-coated instruments in the treatment of infections in Vertebral Surgery"    
Clinical and/or Scientific interests

Study of vertebral pathology, in particular adolescent scoliosis, associated with neuromuscular or congenital pathologies, degenerative pathology of the spine and the oncological pathology of the spine, using innovative techniques such as robotic surgery, minimally invasive and using a microscope.