Naif Mohammed Al Hamam is Assistant Professor and Orthopedic Consultant in king Faisal University and in Almoosa Specialist Hospital. Obtained Hip and Knee Arthroplasty fellowship in University of Toronto and Sport medicine and arthroscopy fellowship in McGill University. He is certified in Safety, Quality, informatic and leadership (SQIL) in Harvard University and Degree Of Medical Education in University College London. He works in many projects’ collaboration with Harvard University.
Responsibilities and interest:
Naif is currently head of orthopedic in the college of medicine in King Faisal University. He leads the sport surgery in Almoosa Specialist Hospital. He is always interested in sport in all aspects as surgeon and trainer and fan, as always Health system, patient’s quality, safety and education are his obsession that lead him to improve his carrier and look to create his impact on the society.
- Outcomes following ACL reconstruction with autograft hamstring tendons
- Clinical effects of clavicular hook plate in the treatment of unstable Distal Clavicular Fractures and Acromioclavicular joint Dislocation
- Clinical outcomes of arthroscopic Bankart repair in treatment of anterior glenohumeral instability
- Leiomyoma hand case report
- Chronic patellar tendon rupture
- ACL- MCL Fixation outcome
- Patellar instability case report
- HTO Surgical Techniques case report
- Conservative versus operative management in treatment of mid-shaft Humerus fracture
Clinical outcomes of surgical treatment of Osgood-Schlatter disease