Following completion of his medical degree at Cairo University Medical School in Egypt, Prof. Mohamed Mohi Eldin completed his internship, neurosurgery residency at Cairo University Hospital, and in pediatric neurosurgery Hospital. Upon completion of his training, Prof. Mohamed rose to become Ass. Professor, then Professor of neurosurgery at Cairo University Medical School and Chairman of Neulological Surgery at Naser Institute. Then in 2002, he made the decision to move all his attention to the spine part of his profession and established his current academic & clinical practice. However, the most formative part of Prof. Mohamed’s practice was his introduction of the Minimally Invasive Spine philosophy in the spine practice & decision making in Egypt. Dr. Mohamed is considered one of the leaders in the field of minimally invasive spinal procedures in the middle east. Prof. Mohamed is teaching his associates & trainees the philosophy, indications & techniques.
Prof. Mohamed Mohi Eldin has had a highly distinguished career in the spine field and is respected worldwide for his contributions to improving the treatment of patients with spinal disorders.
Currently, Prof. Mohamed Mohi Eldin is the Chairman of Neulological Surgery at Naser Institute. in Cairo and Clinical Professor in the Department of Neurosurgery at the University of Cairo, Egypt.
Prof. Mohamed is an active member of many national and international professional organizations. A prolific researcher and author, Prof. Mohamed has published many articles and has edited two books. Further, Prof. Mohamed has traveled and presented his research at several meetings world-wide. He introduced the name (VIRTUAL CATHETER DISCCOMY) under his name for the first time in the literature & in the medical histort. While Prof. Mohamed’s medical accomplishments are outstanding, it is his integrity and compassion that is often most commented on by his patients.
Professor Mohamed resides in Giza, Egypt with his wife & childern.
Executive Committee Member of:
- Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees (EUPC), Egyptian accreditation council for assigning Neurosurgery University staffs, since March 2013 till now,
- Neurospine Group of ESNS, (www.neurospinegroup.com), 2006 till now,
- Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons, ESNS (esns.org.eg), 2009 till now,
- Pan Arab Minimally Invasive Spine Society, PAMISS, (www.pamiss.com), Jan 2009 till now,
- Middle East Spine Society, ME-Spine, (www.mespine.org), Jan 2011 till now.
Referee committee Member of:
- Egyptian Universities Promotion Committees (EUPC), Egyptian accreditation council for assigning Neurosurgery University staffs, since 2008 till now,
- Medical Journal of Cairo University, since 2010 till now,
- Neurology India Journal, since 2005 till now,
- Journal of Neurosciences in Rural Practice (JNRP), since 2009 till now,
- Journal of Bioactive and Compatible Polymers (JBCP), since 2009 till now,
- Indian Journal of Orthopaedics (IJOrtho), since 2009 till now
Member of the Editorial Board of:
- Journal of Neurosciences in Rural Practice (JNRP), since 2009 till now
Faculty Member of:
- The Turkey Congress of the International Society for Minimal Intervention in Spinal Surgery (ISMISS Turkey Congress)
- The Middle East Spine Society Conference
- American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS), USA
- Association for Medical Ethics (AME), previously known as Association for Ethical Spine Surgeons (AESS), USA
- AO Spine (Middle East)
- Congress of Neurological Surgeons (CNS)
- Egyptian Society of Neurological Surgeons, (ESNS)
- The Egyptian Spinal Society
- Member of Neurosurgical Society of Australasia (NSA), Australaia
Chief Director & Supervisor of the Neurosurgery Department of:
- Naser Institute Hospital, Specialized Medical Centers, Ministry of Health & Population (10-2012 till now)
- Faculty of Medicine, Fayoum University (2007-2008)
- Faculty of Physical Thearpy, Cairo University (2003-2006)
- Neurosurgery Section of School of Nursing, Cairo University (2002-2003)
- Minimally Invasive Spine Unit, Neurosurgery Department, Naser Institute Hospital, Specialized Medical Centers, Ministry of Health & Population, Cairo, Egypt.
- The Formal Pan Arab Minimally Invsive Spine Society, starting bipolarly in Egypt and Kuwait as reference countries (www.pamiss.com)
- The Formal Department of Neurosurgery, Faculty of Medicine, Fayoum University, (2007-2008).
- Teaching of doctoral medical students: as part of the teaching team responsible for courses given in the department of neurosurgery, Cairo University.
- Teaching of graduate medical students: as part of the teaching team responsible for courses given in the faculty of medicine, Cairo University.
- Thesis supervision in research protocols,
- Teaching of residents of neurosurgery: in clinical settings & in continuing education courses in the department of neurosurgery, Cairo University.
- Teaching of postgraduate nursing students (2002-2003): as a consultant responsible for course of neurosurgery given in Kasr El Aini School of Nursing, Cairo University.
- Teaching of graduate physical therapy students (2003-2006): as a consultant responsible for course of neurosurgery given in the faculty of physical therapy, Cairo University.
- Preparing a group of young generations trained in the field of minimally invasive spine procedures.
Supervising Master and Doctorate Degrees Theses in Neurosurgery and Spinal Surgery (including minimally invasive and new techniques):
An Introduction To NeurosurgeryFor Undergraduates of Faculty Of Physical Therapy (4th Year),
editions 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006
Introductory Manual of Neurosurgical Procedures For Postgraduate physical therapy students, 2005-2006.
Neurosurgery consultant in:
Cairo University Hospitals:
Kasr El Aini Hospital,
Specialized Kasr El Aini Hospital,
New Educational Kasr El Aini Hospital,
Abo El Reesh Children’s Hospital
The Hospitals of the Treating Medical Foundation in Cairo:
Al Helal Hospital