Allan Belzberg, M.D.
Director of the Peripheral Nerve Center
Associate Professor of Neurosurgery
Dr. Belzberg currently sees patients at The Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center
on Wednesdays and at the Green Spring Station
location on Fridays.
Medical School: University of Calgary in Alberta, Canada
Internship: McGill University Teaching Hospitals
Residency: University of Calgary in Alberta, Canada - Neurosurgery
Fellowship: University of Calgary in Alberta, Canada - Neurosurgery
Surgical repair of injured nerves
Removal of nerve tumors
Decompression of nerve entrapments
Surgical management of degenerative spine problems, tumors and minimally invasive spinal surgery
Allan Belzberg received his medical degree from the University of Calgary in Alberta, Canada. After completing a medical/surgical internship at McGill University Teaching Hospitals, Belzberg returned to the University of Calgary Teaching Hospitals for his residency and fellowship in neurosurgery. Belzberg then joined Johns Hopkins, where he completed an advanced specialty training program in pain.
Now an Associate Professor of Neurosurgery, Belzberg serves as Director of the Peripheral Nerve Center. His specialties include the surgical repair of injured nerves, removal of nerve tumors and decompression of nerve entrapments. Belzberg also focuses on spinal surgery, including the surgical management of degenerative spine problems, tumors and minimally invasive spinal surgery. Belzberg has additional expertise in treating most intracranial problems, including brain tumors.
- FRCSC, Royal College of Surgeons of Canada, Examination in Neurosurgery
- American Board of Neurological Surgery