Dr. Hudoba, MD, FRCS

Dr. Hudoba is a distinguished neurosurgeon and specialist in pain management and non-surgical spinal care. He received his medical degree from University of Komenskeho, Czechoslovakia in 1982 and practiced as a neurology resident at the University of Komenskeho. Dr. Hudoba relocated to Canada in late 80's and performed pioneering research at McMasters University in Neurosciences. Dr. Hudoba then went on to practice as a neurosurgery resident at University of Toronto before joining Royal University Hospital in Saskatchewan as a full staff neurosurgeon consultant. During this time period he also taught at the University of Saskatchewan as a professor and served as Head of Neurosurgical postgraduate programs there from 1999 to 2000. During his time at the University he established the Spinal Rounds program.

Dr. Hudoba has received several awards including Excellence in Teaching Award from University of Saskatchewan and Thomas P. Morley Neurosurgical Resident prize from the University of Toronto. Dr. Hudoba has presented at many professional and educational conferences in Canada, the United States, United Kingdom, India, and other venues. He has served on a number of committees over the years, including Secretary of Neurosurgical Association of Saskatchewan, and was member of Council of Canadian Neurosurgery, American Association of Neurosurgical Surgeons and Society of Neurosurgical Surgeons.

Dr. Hudoba retired as an active neurosurgeon in 2001 to devote more time to his research on alternative healing methods. He has worked with the Sha Research Foundation for the last 15 years and is currently the lead researcher. During this time he has been active with community and volunteer activities and currently is the leading teacher at the Soul Mind Body Healing center in Vancouver, British Columbia.

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