Mo Akmal MD

Orthopadic Specialist, UK

0844 589 2020/3030

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Advanced Solutions for Degenerative Discs

Advanced Solutions for Degenerative Discs and Spinal Injuries

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Mo Akmal MD

MBBS BSc (Hons) MD FRCS (Orth)

Consultant orthopaedic spinal surgeon at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. Graduated from St Marys Medical School in 1992 and then completed surgical training and Doctorate in Medicine (MD) in London. Honorary consultant at the Royal Marsden Hospital and a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons. Clinical interests include minimally invasive spinal surgeryback pain, trauma and complex spinal tumour surgery. Orthopaedic training on rotation included 3 years at The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, 3 years at The Royal London Hospital, 1 year at University College Hospital and 1 year in Oxford for specialist spinal surgery fellowship training. Published and lectured widely on spinal disc and cartilage tissue engineering, osteoporotic fractures, spinal trauma and rehabilitation.

I was suffering from back pain and leg pain. I was told that I had spinal stenosis. Mr Akmal and his team explained the condition to me very clearly and showed me the scans. He made it very clear and unlike the specialists that I had seen previously who suggested major surgery, Mr Akmal was reassuring and gave me various options. I opted for keyhole surgery as a daycase. The operation was done according to plan. The hospital staff were all excellent and caring. I felt very well cared for throughout the process… Read more

– Peter Dale

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Bringing you Advanced Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery Solutions

Mr Mo Akmal is currently the only orthopedic surgeon in London performing state-of-the-art Spine Surgery, a minimally invasive approach to treat various Spine conditions. He performs “Specialised Spine operations under local anaesthetic” a technique designed to avoid the complications associated with General Anaesthetic that allows rapid recovery without all the side effects of general anaesthesia.

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