Spine Center/ Neurology

American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine

Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (Neurology)

Spine Center / Neurology

Dr. Ryan Gallagher completed his undergraduate degree in the wine country of northern California at Sonoma State University where he obtained a Bachelor of the Arts in Biology with Distinction. He completed his veterinary schooling at the University of California, Davis. After veterinary school, Dr. Gallagher went on to complete a one year rotating medicine/surgery internship at the University of Pennsylvania.

Following his internship, Dr. Gallagher completed a three year residency in Neurology at North Carolina State University; one of the nation’s premier neurology training programs. At NC State, Dr. Gallagher received advanced training in both medical and surgical neurology. Dr. Gallagher’s particular interests are in the treatment of chronic intervertebral disc disease and neuroimaging.

Dr. Gallagher originally hails from San Diego County, where he grew up. He is married to Amy Gallagher and father to two boys, Ian and Daegan. The Gallagher family includes dog Zoe and cat Nora. His interests include cycling, hiking and winter sports.

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