A pioneer in Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Dr. Kaul performed the first outpatient spinal fusion in the world. He is the President of New Jersey Spine and Rehabilitation, an Ambulatory Surgical Center and has performed over 6000 spine procedures. His cases have been featured in several international newspapers, magazines, and several national television appearances. His philanthropic work with Project Backbone, providing no-cost spine care and spine surgery to veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan was coupled with a donation of $500,000 for veterans to the Spine Foundation, a charity focused on financial assistance for those who cannot afford their necessary spine treatments.
After graduating from The Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine in London in 1988, Dr. Kaul maintained positions as Surgical House Officer and Medical House Officer at both Lister Hospital and the Royal Free Hospital. In the US he has held several Attending and Residency positions at hospitals, including Columbus Hospital, St. Claire’s Hospital and Hackensack University Medical Center. In 2007, Dr. Kaul began his private practice, New Jersey Spine and Rehabilitation. He has traveled extensively, educating doctors on his methods and instituting several new protocols for hospitals internationally.