Valley Neuro/Microneurosurgery, S.C.




Kamaljit S Paul, M.D.

Dr. Kamaljit S. Paul, one of America's leading neurosurgeons, specializes in disorders of the brain and spine. His office, Valley Neuro/Microneurosurgery, S.C., has been in practice since 1986, and continues to provide the best individualized care for their patients.


After completing his medical training in India and England, Dr. Paul came to the United States to continue his education in neurosurgery. This included trauma and injury to the spine and brain. He finished a two year fellowship in 1986 at the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medicine, Shock and Trauma Unit, at the University of Maryland, Baltimore. He then moved to the Fox Valley to begin his practice.

Dr. Paul was an active participant in the Spinal Cord & and Head Injury Prevention Program sponsored by American Association for Neurosurgeons and congress of Neurosurgery cited by President Ronald Reagan. 

Dr. Paul is one of the few Wisconsin doctors qualified to perform the following surgical procedures:

  • Vagus Nerve Stimulation (for treating epileptic seizures)
  • Deep Brain Stimulation (for treating tremors)
  • Subthalamic Nucleus Stimulation (to control Parkinson's disease)
  • Artificial Disk Replacement (for Degenerative Disk Disease)

Dr. Paul also performs the new MIS (minimally invasive surgery) procedure, to perform lumbar fusion using percutaneous pedicle screws.

For more information about additional diseases Dr. Paul treats, as well as other surgical procedures done, please visit our "Diseases & Conditions" or our "Procedures & Surgeries" page.

Dr. Paul also holds 18 U.S. patents for the invention of surgical devices. He is noted as being the first neurosurgeon in Northeast Wisconsin to perform Interbody Fusion after FDA approval in 1996.

In addition to participating in numerous medical researches, Dr. Paul has served as a consultant in several medical product related projects and presented many papers in National and International Neurosurgery and other professional journals. He has also done grand round lectures at the University Hospital at UW- Madison. He continues to actively teach new techniques to spine and neurosurgeons around the Fox Valley, Madison, and Milwaukee area. He continues to be very active both socially and culturally as well.

For his distinguished achievements in microneurosurgery, Dr. Paul was awarded a state award, the "Punjab Gaurav Sanman" in 2001. Also awarded to him was the highest civilian award for achievement in India, the "Padma Shri," in 2002. The Padma Shri is the equivalent to the U.S. Congressional Honor Award, and was awarded to him by the President of India recognizing him for his distinguished service to the larger community. An article acknowledging this accomplishment was published in the "Affinity Weekly," April 29, 2002. In addition to television coverage, newspapers around the Fox Valley have published articles pertaining to his many achievements, as well as professional journals.

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