Mr Ahmed Ibrahim
FRCS (NeuroSurg) PhD
- Minimally invasive /keyhole spinal surgery
- back and leg pain or sciatica
- neck and arm pain
- Slipped discs
- Spinal injections
- Cervical disc replacements
- Spinal fusion surgery
- Chiari malformation
Mr Ahmed Ibrahim is a fellowship-trained consultant spinal neurosurgeon.
Mr Ibrahim trained at St Bartholomew's and The Royal London hospitals and is currently a consultant Neurosurgeon with a special interest in complex spinal surgery at Queens Hospital.
Mr Ibrahim trained in neurosurgery in London and completed a specialised spinal fellowship in complex and minimally invasive spinal surgery in Toronto, Canada. Mr Ibrahim also undertook a travelling fellowship to premier spinal centres in the USA to complement his training.
Mr Ibrahim has established advanced minimally invasive surgery in complex spinal procedures in both his busy NHS and in his private practice.
Mr Ibrahim is an active academic with a PhD in neurosciences and currently co-leading a research programme in the use of stem cells in the treatment of spinal cord injury and neurological dysfunction.
Mr Ibrahim has been awarded numerous prestigious prizes including from the Congress of neurological surgeons/American Association of Neurological Surgeons and the North American Cervical Spine Research Society. Mr Ibrahim won scholarships from the Royal College of England and HCA and in recognition of his achievements.
Mr Ibrahim is also engaged in training and education and is the assigned educational supervisor for higher neurosurgical training. n educator and currently is the School of Surgery assigned educational supervisor for neurosurgery at Queen's Hospital.
Mr Ibrahim trained at St Bartholomew’s and the Royal London Schools of Medicine in London. Mr Ibrahim was then selected for training in the highly sought-after North London neurosurgical training programme. Mr Ibrahim then spent dedicated time in neuroscience research at MRC centre and UCL achieving an award of PhD degree.
Mr Ibrahim then travelled to Toronto to complete a spinal fellowship under the tutorship of Professor Fehlings where he continued to be involved in clinical research which was recognised by numerous awards.
Mr Ibrahim was also selected as one of 2 candidates representing the European region for a travelling fellowship sponsored by Cervical Spine Research Society visiting several centres in the USA.