Lali Sekhon, MD PhD, MBA
Father | Husband | Neurosurgeon| Hockey Fan | Innovator | Inventor | Educator | ΒΓΣ | Health Care Leader |
30 years of medicine. 5 years of research. Running several businesses. Teaching. Inventing. Married 20 years. 3 kids. 20 plus patents. Decades of analysing what we do, how we do it, what works and what does not.
This blog is for the layperson who wants to learn from the life experiences of a master surgeon all about medicine, health, wellness and success.
There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.
This is the professional page for Lali Sekhon, MD, PhD, MBA. Fellowship trained Neurosurgeon/Spine Surgeon Dr. Sekhon now works at Reno Orthopedic Center (www.renoortho.com) Doctor Sekhon is a board certified (FRACS) and double fellowship-trained spine neurosurgeon at Reno Orthopedic Center in Reno, Nevada. He has special expertise in the diagnosis and management of many spinal conditions including cervical myelopathy, degenerative disc disease, spondylolisthesis, spinal tumors, and trauma. Dr. Sekhon's practice offers motion preservation techniques and technologies, artificial discs, interbody …
5 Things that Changed my Spine Practice over 20 years
I've been a physician for over 30 years and spine surgeon for over 20 years. These are the five things that changed my practice over the past 25 years. I graduated medical school in 1989. I finished my 2nd neurosurgical fellowship in 2000 and have been in practice since. A lot has changed since I went into practice. These things made the biggest impact on my practice: 1. Navigation When I went into practice, pedicle screws were placed with …
Why We Need More Physicians as CEOs in Healthcare- Part 3: Because Healthcare is About People
The delivery of healthcare in the US is terrible right now. Nurses and physicians have been the backbone of healthcare since before the civil war. Physicians (and probably nurses) are perfectly placed to be the leaders, not only in the clinical side but also in the delivery and management of healthcare. Read on to find out why. This is the third of a three part series looking at why physicians should be CEOs in healthcare. Here are links to the …
Physicians as CEOs in Healthcare- Part 2: Defining Physicians
The delivery of healthcare in the US is terrible right now. Nurses and physicians have been the backbone of healthcare for centuries. Physicians are perfectly placed to be the leaders, not only in the clinical side but also in the delivery and management of healthcare at the executive level. Read on to find out why. This is the second of a three part series looking at why physicians should be CEOs in healthcare. In Part 1 we looked at what …
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