While training at the Medical University of South Carolina, Dr. D'Agostino was author and co-author of many publications spanning the entire scope of Neurosurgery. In 2009, he was the recipient of the “Best Neurosurgical Presentation” by the GME awards committee.
Over the course of his training Dr. DAgostino also spent time at the prestigious Carlo Besta Institute in Milan, Italy. There he was able to work with other surgeons and radiologists that specialized in identifying and treating rare and complex disorders of the brain and spine. This institute served as a regional specialty hospital for all of Italy. His fluency of the Italian language and love of the culture made the trip educational and rewarding.
It is no secret that Dr. D'Agostino is proud to live in Charleston where he has maintained a residence for over fifteen years. He genuinely enjoys meeting each and every one of his patients and sharing in their stories. He takes pride in making sure that his patients understand their diagnosis and all of their treatment options.
There is no doubt that most people will find their experience with Dr. D'Agostino to be reassuring and educational. His compassionate bedside manner shows in the office, and his surgical abilities are well documented in the many patients he has treated. It is quite clear that Dr. D'Agostino always puts the patient first.
Honors And Awards
First Robotic Spine surgery in South Carolina Trident Medical Center. March 2018
Delivery and physician training for deployment of the first robotic surgery to be done in Italy (Globus Excelsius GPS Robot). Turin, Italy. October 2018
Carlo Besta National Neurological Institute Traveling Fellowship. Milan, Italy. April/May of 2002