Mr Amr Fahmy

Orthopaedics

Mr Amr Fahmy

Mr Fahmy is an Orthopaedic Spinal Surgeon with more than 15 years of experience working in the NHS. He gained wide experience in spinal surgery as his field of choice. Mr Fahmy has been privileged to work in different major spinal units in the UK. This includes the Royal National Orthopaedic NHS Trust in London as the national centre of excellence in the UK and in Europe. During his time as a senior fellow in the spinal deformity unit, Mr Fahmy enjoyed providing the highest possible level of care to all patient groups. This included both adult and paediatric cases, most of whom have complex spinal conditions and deformities. After completing the spinal fellowship, Mr. Fahmy has been selected by different centres to provide advice and manage a complex spinal condition.

Mr Fahmy provides private consultations for all spinal problems, including spinal deformities, degenerative conditions, post trauma and medical-legal cases. He is proud to be part of the London MSK group, Spinal Surgery Consultants group and EMS medical group. His vision is to provide a trusted and modern approach to managing spinal conditions. This is only possible by using the very latest diagnostic techniques and treatments, allowing a consistent and successful outcome. His goal is your quick recovery and return to your desired level of activity. He uses an open and honest, evidence-based approach with all his patients within a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere, allowing every patient to make informed choices about the available treatment option for his patient.

Mr Fahmy is an invited consultant spinal surgeon in major medical centres in the Middle East, Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer at Anglia Ruskin University, Essex, UK invited examiner for the medical exams at the UCL and an invited reviewer for the British Medical Journal, case report (BMJ). He is also having several scientific articles published in peer-reviewed journals and an internationally invited speaker.

Specialism

  • Degenerative Spinal Condition.
  • Spinal Trauma
  • Endoscopic and Minimally Invasive Spinal Surgery.
  • Spinal Deformities