Mr Ahmed Ibrahim is a highly experienced consultant neurosurgeon with private practices at 31 Old Broad Street, The Holly Private Hospital and Highgate Private Hospital. His special interests include complex spinal neurosurgery such as spinal tumours, back and neck pain, sciatica, minimally invasive spinal surgery, cervical spondylosis, thoracic discs and degenerative spine, to name a few.
He completed his medical training at St Bartholomew's and The Royal London and from there, went on to train in neurosurgery and spinal surgery in London. He completed a spinal fellowship in Toronto Canada.
Along with his private practice, Mr Ibrahim cares primarily for spinal patients at Queen's Hospital for the NHS. He also offers courses to GPs on the management of spinal metastasis and early recognition of cervical myelopathy to avoid permanent neurological disability.
He has won numerous international awards for spinal surgery, including the Congress of Neurological Surgeons/American Association of Neurological Surgeons 2013 Crockard award for best international spinal fellow and attained scholarships from the Royal College of England and HCA. His research has been shared at regional, national and international conferences and his peer-reviewed publications have been printed in international journals, including the British Journal of Neurosurgery and the Journal of Neurosurgery Spine. Among his research interests are metastatic spinal cord compression, cervical myelopathy and foramen magnum decompression, along with his ongoing research in a cure for spinal cord injuries using stem cells.
In recognition of his achievements, Mr Ibrahim was recently selected to represent Europe as part of a group of six global travelling spinal fellows to visit premier spinal centres in the USA and Canada. He is also a member of numerous organisations, including the British Association of Spinal Surgeons and the Society of British Neurosurgeons.