Following his specialty training in orthopedic surgery, Dr. Dhake further pursued his interest in the complex field of spinal surgery. He went to Hungary at Budapest’s National Centre for Spinal Disorders for a short term fellowship followed by another in Lisbon, Portugal at CHLC Spine Centre.(2017-2018) He was selected for the first six month combined fellowship by IASA (Indo-American spine Alliance) at Park Clinic, Kolkata, where he worked with an Orthopaedic and Neuro spine unit. The later part of his fellowship was completed at Virginia Mason Medical Centre in Seattle, USA, as a part of the IASA spine fellowship. (2018) He was selected for The Nottingham Advanced Spinal Surgery Fellowship (2019-2020) at Centre for Spinal Studies and Surgery (CSSS), Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham, UK. CSSS cooperates with several international spine centres and is the designated regional speciality AOSpine Center for Spinal Surgery. He was soon promoted to a senior position under the mentorship of Mr. Michael Grevitt and was exposed to wide variety of paediatric spinal deformity. He was awarded Senior Clinical Fellowship by Royal college of Surgeons of England (RCS) at RCSEng Diplomates’ Ceremony in London. This fellowship is accredited by RCS and British Orthopaedic association (BOA). Having completed this fellowship, he was appointed as a Consultant Spine surgeon (2020-2021) at the Queen’s Medical Centre and has independently performed hundreds of spinal surgeries. He was also awarded with Global Outreach Program (GOP) Educational Scholarship by the prestigious Scoliosis Research Society (SRS). Well-trained in diagnosis & management of all spinal disorders from cervical to sacral region (Infective , Inflammatory, Traumatic, Degenerative, Deformity, Tumor, Minimally Invasive, Navigation Assisted), Dr. Dhake is currently working as a consultant spine surgeon at The Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital.