Mr Omar Sabri
FRCS(T&O), MS(ORTH), MBBCH
Relocated to London in 2015 as a consultant in Trauma & Orthopaedics at St George’s Hospital where Mr Sabri performs his trauma / pelvic and acetabular reconstruction and the Elective Orthopaedic Centre (SWLEOC) for his elective joint replacement practice.
Hip Conditions: Arthritis and injuries including Acetabular fracture reconstruction
Knee Conditions: Arthritis and injuries
Pelvic ring injuries: Traumatic and post delivery
Mr Sabri teaches on several Trauma Related National & International Courses including ATLS, AO. Previously, an Associate lecturer at Newcastle University and currently an honorary lecturer at the university of London.
Research and Publications
Mr Sabri has undertaken several clinical and lab based research projects related to his sub-speciality interests with strong affiliation to the Biomechanics Lab at the University of Bath.
He has several key publications on outcome measures after pelvic fractures and the importance of a flanged acetabular component in total hip replacement.
He has recently completed the chapter on the management of pelvic fractures in the next edition of the Oxford Textbook of Critical Care due to be published in 2014. He is an investigator on several NIHR (National Institute for Healthcare Research) portfolio studies including several trauma related RCTs
Basketball, played to professional level to the age of 29
Squash and Golf - member of local clubs
Motor Sports - Previous role as Chief Medical Officer at Castle Coombe Race Circuit
General Fitness - Member of Nuffield Health Gym Newcastle
Cairo University 1995 MBBCh, MS (Orthopadeics) 1999
Basic Surgical Training South West England (Plymouth, Exeter, Torbay and Bristol) 2001 - 2005
Higher Surgical Training on Severn & Wessex (Bristol) Training Rotation 200-2011
Fellowship Training - Hospital for Special Surgery New York City 2008 - Pelvic Reconstruction /Trauma
Queens Medical Major Trauma Centre Nottingham 2011 - Major and complex trauma
St George’s Hospital London 2011-2012 – Complex Lower Limb Arthroplasty (Joint replacement) / Pelvic and Acetabular Reconstruction
Prizes, memberships and fellowships
Winner of the Louis Solomon Prize for best research project at the Bristol Orthopaedic Registrar Annual Presentation Day.
Member of: British Orthopaedic Association, Orthopaedic Trauma Society (Committee Member and Media Officer) and the British Hip Society