Prof Mohammed Al-Jumaily
Professor Mohammed Al - Jumaily is an internationally renowned Neurosurgeon at The Harley street speciality hospital, London, honorary professor at Liverpool John Moores university and lead Neurosurgeon consultant at Dubai Hospital.
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Professor Mohammed Al – Jumaily is an internationally renowned Neurosurgeon at The Harley street speciality hospital, London, honorary professor at Liverpool John Moores university and lead Neurosurgeon consultant at Dubai Hospital.
He is a specialist scientific advisor for the head, spinal & neurological multi disciplinary team at Pinnacle global healthcare, available for virtual & face to face consultations, to give second opinions or to CoDevelop individualised patient treatment plans that have resulted in over 95% successful outcomes. Prof. Al – Jumaily has dedicated over 22 years of his life researching and performing latest scientific treatments for minimally invasive degenerative & complex spinal surgery, brain tumours, Advanced Medical Therapies for neck & spine and pediatric neurosurgery.
Areas of Expertise
Harley Street Specialist Hospital
18 22 Queen Anne St, London W1G 8HU
Mediclinic Parkview Hospital, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
“Today, we can make life better for patients by defeating chronic spine pain and neurological illness with the major scientific advancements, minimising the need for invasive surgery.”
Awards And Honours
Prof. AL-Jumaily is an honorary professor at Liverpool John Moores university. He led the group research team focused on the application of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the follow up and management of neurosurgical patients, achievements included:
- Invented a monitoring App for patients with hydrocephalus and headaches.
- Developed a new AI system for the diagnosis of spinal conditions
- Founded new AI algorithms for helping patients with long term neurological diseases
Other neurosurgical subspecialties include:
- Primary and metastatic spine tumors
- Spinal cord neoplasms