Dr. Mohannad Barakat GMC Is A Qualified Medical Professional

Dr. Mohannad Barakat GMC is a well-known name in the field of trauma, orthopaedic and spinal surgery.  He is competent in all aspects of trauma surgery from the simple to the complex of trauma cases. These cases include all emergency trauma surgery, external fixation and frame ring fixation for fractures, hip fractures, long bone fractures, humeral fractures, all paediatric fractures, ankle fractures, and others. He has also expertise in performing elective procedures having significant experience particularly in the field of spinal surgery. The elective procedures include carpal tunnel release, trigger finger release, wrist arthroscopy, spine canal decompression, spine microdiscectomy, knee arthroscopy and many more.

A dedicated surgeon, Dr. Mohannad Barakat GMC has received several awards and honors in the field of anatomy, physiology, orthopaedics, anaethesia, and biochemistry. He has often been invited to give presentations at local, national and international level.  He is also involved with the teaching and examination of students, junior and senior doctors at various stages of their education, allied professionals, and theatre staff. He has the Oxford Teaching the Teachers Certificate, and is an examiner on the Miller FRCS (Tr and Orth) Course. He is the reviewer for the British Medical Journal (BMJ), Journal of Joint and Bone Surgery (JBJS) and the European Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology (EJOST).

His educational qualifications include MB ChB and Bsc Neuroanatomy honours. He has also the membership of the Royal College of Surgeons and Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons (Trauma and Orthopaedics). He is fluent in French and English. He has co-authored several publications such as Multilevel Lumbar Spinal Stenosis Decompression – Mid-term outcome using a modified Hinge osteotomy technique;  An unexpected painful end – reply;  An early comparison of clinical and mechanical aspects of hybrid and uncemented hip resurfacing; New technique of closed reduction and internal fixation of fracture dislocation of radial head in the skeletally immature forearm, and others. He has received much appreciation for his expertise and knowledge of the medical sector.

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