Dr Ali Jamous

The Royal Buckinghamshire Hospital
Medical Director

I qualified from the Faculty of Medicine at Aleppo University in 1973. The early part of my career was spent in Syria at “Al-Razi” General Hospital where I rose to Chief Resident. I moved to England and began my neurosurgical training at the Department of Neurosurgery at Radcliffe Infirmary Oxford. I became an Honorary Research Fellow in 1985. I was admitted to the degree of Master of Science at the University of Oxford in January 1988.

In 1986 I joined The National Spinal Injuries Centre, at Stoke Mandeville Hospital to train in Spinal Injuries and Rehabilitation. I have spent 28 years at the NSIC rising through the ranks. In addition, I have held various teaching roles and lectured on numerous aspects of neurosurgery and rehabilitation. I have produced dozens of research papers in areas of special interest, sharing valuable insights with my peers.

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Management of spasticity in spinal cord injury patients

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