Mr Saeed Mohammad has been a Consultant Orthopaedic Spinal Surgeon at Salford Royal Foundation Trust since 2001 and is Clinical Lead in Complex Spinal Surgery He current specialist interests are in Spinal Deformity, Degenerative Spine Disease, Spinal Tumours and Spinal Trauma whilst also dealing with Paediatric Spinal emergencies at Manchester Children’s Hospital and Salford Royal where there is a tertiary referral centre for spine-related problems. He has experience of the biomechanics of the spine and has supervised PhD students at Manchester University.
Mr Mohammad teaches at Salford University. He also teaches undergraduates at Salford Royal. He is a clinical supervisor for orthopaedic and spinal trainees. He is also a mentor to spinal consultants. He has a particular interest in revision spinal surgery; particularly complex spinal issues and spinal osteotomies. He believes in a comprehensive, holistic approach to the spine, keeping a close eye on individual patient needs, their particular medical and social needs to tailor treatments specific to them.
He has pioneered surgical techniques which are transforming to spinal surgery. He has extensively published in this field and participates in pan European outcome data collection & registry through Spine TANGO. This allows for comparison of outcomes with peers. He has pioneered and has extensive experience in spondylolytic spondylolisthesis (Adult & Paediatric), degenerative scoliosis, Pars repairs, Boney Osteotomies of the spine including the cervical spine.
His Claimant/Defendant ratio is 70/20 with the last 10 covered by medical council work where he is on both sides. He completes approx 450 reports a year. He holds medicolegal clinic primarily in Manchester but also in Darwen, Leeds and Birmingham.