Mr Ibrahim obtained medical degree from St Bartholomew's and The Royal London hospitals and went to train in neurosurgery in London. Upon completion of training, Mr Ibrahim obtained a dual neurosurgery/orthopaedics spinal fellowship training at the prestigious Toronto Western Hospital under world-renowned Professor Fehlings.

Mr Ibrahim runs an active research programme in finding a cure for spinal cord injuries and is an honorary senior lecturer at Imperial College London and University College London. In recognition of his experience and research Mr Ibrahim has been elected to the executive board of Cervical Spine Research Society-Europe. Mr Ibrahim serves as current chair of the programme committee.

Mr Ibrahim has an established advanced minimally invasive complex surgery practice and undertakes endoscopic spinal surgery commonly known as keyhole surgery. Mr Ibrahim has been awarded numerous prestigious prizes including from the Congress of neurological surgeons/American Association of Neurological Surgeons and the North American Cervical Spine Research Society. Mr Ibrahim won scholarships from Royal College of England and HCA and in recognition of his achievements.

Mr Ibrahim is also a member of the British Spine Surgeons Association, Society of British Neurological Surgeons and North American Association of Spine Surgeons.


Neck and arm pain, back and leg pain, sciatica, neck pain, spinal cord compression, chairi malformation, slipped disc, neck disc replacement, keyhole spine surgery, osteoporosis fractures, spinal tumours, degenerative spinal deformity, minimally invasive spine surgery, cervical myelopathy and carpal tunnel

Research & publications

Kamile Minkelyte, Andrew Collins, Modinat Liadi, Ahmed Ibrahim, Daqing Li and Ying Li High-Yield Mucosal Olfactory Ensheathing Cells Restore Loss of Function in Rat Dorsal Root Injury: Cells 2021 May 12;10(5):1186

D Li, A Ibrahim, K Minkelyte, M Liadi, B Steven, P Tabakow and Y Li
Repair CNS Injury by Combination of Olfactory Ensheathing Cells with Biomaterials. American Journal of Biomedical Science & Research. Vol 6, issue 2, 2019.

Collins, A., Ibrahim, A., Li, D., Liadi, M., & Li, Y. Reconstruction of the Damaged Dorsal Root Entry Zone by Transplantation of Olfactory Ensheathing Cells. Cell Transplantation 2019 Sep-Oct;28(9-10):1212-1219

Fehlings MG, Kopjar B, Ibrahim A: Geographic variations in clinical presentation and outcomes of decompressive surgery in patients with symptomatic degenerative cervical myelopathy: analysis of a prospective, international multicenter cohort study of 757 patients: Spine J. 2017 Sep 6

Tetreault L, Ibrahim A, Singh A, Côté P and Fehlings MG, A Systematic Review of Clinical and Surgical Predictors of Complications following Surgery for Degenerative Cervical Myelopathy: J Neurosurg Spine 2016 Jan;24(1):77-99

Fehlings MG, Ibrahim A, Tetreault L, et al: A Global Perspective on the Outcomes of Surgical Decompression in Patients with Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy: Results from the Prospective Multicenter AOSpine International Study on 479 patients: Spine 2015 May 27

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