Professor Mohamed Imam is an exceptionally skilled consultant orthopaedic surgeon who specialises in upper limb surgery, sports injuries, and complex trauma.
Professor Imam uses the latest technology in diagnosing a wide range of upper limb conditions. He has gained leading expertise in the diagnosis and management of wrist, shoulder, hand and elbow conditions, and is highly skilled in the treatment of sports injuries. Among his repertoire of procedures are major shoulder tendon repair, upper body tendon tears, joint preservation, joint replacement, cartilage regeneration, and reconstruction surgery.
Furthermore, Professor Imam specialises in arthroscopic (keyhole) surgery to treat numerous conditions, including arthritis, tennis elbow (lateral epicondylitis), rotator cuff tears, frozen shoulder and tendonitis, as well as wrist and hand conditions such as Dupuytren's contracture and cubital tunnel syndrome.
His extensive specialist training took place in the UK and internationally. In fact, he has been awarded multiple awards and international travelling fellowships, including a fellowship with Professor Christian Gerber, the world-leading pioneer of modern shoulder surgery, at Der Balgrist University Orthopaedic Centre of excellence in Zurich, Switzerland. What's more, he undertook travelling fellowships to gain up-to-date international experiences in Mayo Clinic, The Steadman clinic (the US Olympic team centre of excellence) and Stanford University.
Research is another area of Professor Imam's career. He is the chief investigator of leading national and international studies. His work is widely recognised, and he has published more than 70 peer-reviewed publications in top international medical journals and written more than 12 textbook chapters on upper limb injuries.
Professor Imam has accomplished many achievements throughout his career. He has designed orthopaedic instruments, designed and published different techniques, and authored two books. One of these books surrounding the theme of the use of stem cells in orthopaedics and another concerning shoulder arthroscopy. He regularly presents his research at various national and international meetings. Currently, Professor Imam, with an elite team of researchers, is investigating the use of artificial and machine intelligence in surgery.