Dr. Dhaliwal received his undergraduate degree at the University of Calgary in Canada then his medical degree at the University of Alberta in the city of Edmonton. He completed a six-year residency in neurosurgery at the University of Calgary in 2012. Along the way, he found time to earn a Master’s degree in Public Health at the esteemed Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. Finally, he undertook a combined orthopedic/neurosurgical spine fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation over the past year. He was named a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Canada in 2012. Among Dr. Dhaliwal’s research credentials are participation in a study group on Child Health Education at Johns Hopkins and working on a Randomized Controlled Trial on Use of Intrathecal (under the spinal cord’s outer membrane) Morphine in Spinal Surgery. His list of publications and contributions to medical journalists is even more impressive. Among a sampling of Dr. Dhaliwal’s titles: a chapter on Isthmic Spondylolisthesis in a new textbook on spine surgery and articles on Management of Postoperative Pain with Intrathecal Morphine After Lumbar Spinal Fusion, Intraoperative Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Neuronavigation for Transoral Approaches to Upper Cervical Pathology, and Rapid Magnetic Resonance Imagingguided Reduction of Craniovertebral Junction Deformities. Dr. Dhaliwal is an expert in minimally invasive spine surgery, complex spine surgery, and general adult neurosurgery.