Dr. Tramontozzi grew up in Saugus, Massachusetts. In 2002 he obtained his undergraduate degree in Psychology and Neuroscience at Duke University in North Carolina. Before matriculating to medical school he traveled abroad on a Fulbright scholarship to Jeju, South Korea where he taught English at a local middle school. Returning to the states in 2003, he pursued his medical degree at Tufts University School of Medicine and graduated in 2007. He spent his internship year in Internal Medicine at Lahey Clinic. He then completed his residency training in neurology at the Tufts program, which was split between Tufts Medical Center, St.Elizabeth’s Medical Center, and Lahey Clinic. In his fifth and last year of training he completed a fellowship in Clinical Neuromuscular Medicine and Electromyography at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Tramontozzi is board certified in Neurology (2011) and Neuromuscular Medicine (2012). His clinical interests center on nerve and muscle diseases but run the full gamut of neurological illnesses including movement disorders, headache, multiple sclerosis, stroke and epilepsy. Practicing a patient centered approach to diagnosing and treating neurologic diseases, Dr. Tramontozzi enjoys the privilege of seeing patients in their own community, which enables him to understand their values and incorporate them into his treatment plan. He lives in the North Shore area with his wife, a practicing family medicine physician, and two children Sophia and Louis. His interests outside of work include spending time with his young family, cooking, and tennis.