Mr Ibrahim is a highly qualified neurosurgeon who has developed a specialist interest in simple and complex spinal procedures.
Mr Ibrahim won numerous international awards in management of spinal conditions including the prestigious American Association of Neurological Surgeons/Congress of Neurological Surgeons- Crockard prize awarded to the best international fellow. Mr Ibrahim's research in neck (cervical) spine was awarded best resident/fellow paper by the North American Cervical Spine Research Society in 2014.
In recognition of Mr Ibrahim's spinal expertise he was selected in 2015 as a sole surgeon from the UK and only 1 of 2 surgeons from across Europe to join a group of 6 international fellows for an international traveling fellowship to visit world leading spinal units in the USA and Canada where he further advanced his skills and knowledge of complex spine surgery.
Mr Ibrahim carried out stem cell research in the repair of nerves after spinal cord paralysis and showed that restoration of function was possible using highly specialized cells. The research findings were published in premier peer-reviewed journals and was featured in Sunday Times magazine and BBC 2's Horizon's .
Mr Ibrahim obtained medical degree from St Bartholomew's Hospital followed higher neurosurgical training in North Thames deanery in London.
Mr Ibrahim is currently a complex spinal surgeon in a busy NHS practice managing spinal tumours, trauma, degenerative conditions and continues to conduct collaborative national and international research in spine.
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Neck Pain, Arm Pain, Spinal Cord Injury, Sciatica, Back and Leg Pain, Spinal Canal Narrowing, Spinal Tumours, Spinal Fusion Surgery,
Thoracic Disc Disease, Facial pain, Nerve entrapment.