Dr. Sonu Ahluwalia is a doctor and restorative master who as of now serves as the "Clinical Chief of Orthopedic Surgery" and directs the Sports Medicine Department at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. He was so young to be selected for this position. He was prepared and finished his graduation at the Harvard Medical School and is one of the nation's driving specialists, being recorded on the Topmost Doctors by "US News and World Report". He works as a repeating medicinal master for Fox News and "Great Day LA" morning TV show. He is also the host of the TV show "All is Well with Dr. Ahluwalia" on the Colors TV. He drew his motivation from his dad who was an Army Official in the city of New Delhi. He shifted from India to the United States in the year 1993 as a graduate.
He finished his residency at the Harvard Medical School and got to be Chief Resident of Orthopedic Surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital in the year 2001. He along these lines finished cooperations altogether in Joint Preservation and Replacement and Shoulder Surgery at the Harvard University. After that, he shifted to New York City where he prepared in a Sports Medicine cooperation at the Lenox Hill Hospital. As the association's part, he went with expert group groups and dealt with athletes all through the season.
He moved to the city of California and started his private practice in the Beverly Hills, where he goes to patients and works out of Lapeer Surgery Center. He is recorded as one of the Top Doctor by Los Angeles Magazine and Super Doctors Magazine and in addition a Top Doctor by U.S. News and World Report in their yearly overview led by Castle Connolly, the medicinal gathering committed to offer the patients some assistance with finding the best healthcare.
He is additionally board ensured in Sports Medicine and manages the Sports Medicine Bureau of the Division of Orthopedic Surgery at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. He has also worked with a few expert competitors from the different sports boards like MLB, NFL, NHL and numerous college athletic groups. He has likewise worked as the Assistant Sports Physician to the NHL's New York Islanders and the NFL's New York Jets, where he took care of players.