Dr. Mohannad Barakat – A Respected Professional In The Field of Orthopaedics

Dr. Mohannad Barakat has fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons (trauma and orthopaedics), membership of the Royal College of Surgeons and MB ChB, and Bsc Neuroanatomy honours. He has received awards in the areas of anatomy, biochemistry, physiology, pathology, orthopaedics and anaesthesia. He has been working in the field of trauma, orthopaedic and spinal surgery for many years. He is competent in all aspects of trauma surgery including complex trauma cases. He has successfully performed all emergency trauma surgery, long bone fractures, humeral fractures, all hand fractures, ankle fractures, all knee fractures, all paediatric fractures, and others.

His presentations at international level include Multilevel Lumbar Spinal Stenosis Decompression – Mid term outcome using a modified Hinge osteotomy technique;  The range of movement of the thumb;  New surgical technique for the management of Blount’s disease;  Femoral Offset & Neck Thinning in Cemented and Uncemented Hip Resurfacing; The long term outcome of bilateral hip surgery in severe cerebral palsy and others. He has also delivered presentations at national and local level.<

Dr. Mohannad Barakat is involved with the teaching and examination of students, junior and senior doctors at various stages of their education, allied professionals, and theatre staff at local, national and international level. He is a reviewer for the British Medical Journal (BMJ), Journal of Joint and Bone Surgery (JBJS) and the European Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology. He has the Oxford Teaching the Teachers Certificate, and is an examiner on the Miller FRCS course. In addition to this, he also manages and operates several firms such as legal companies, administrative company and delivery companies.

In his free time, Dr. Mohannad Barakat  likes to play basketball, volleyball, football, tennis and cricket. He also enjoys traveling and socializing with people. He also contributes towards several charities including Help the Aged and those working on cancer research.

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