Experience in Foot and Ankle Surgery
Mr. Shalaby developed a special interest in Foot & Ankle surgery over the years of his training. He successfully finished an MD thesis on “Correction of Complex Foot & Ankle Deformities in Adults”, which allowed him to expand his knowledge in Foot and Ankle biomechanics, the gait cycle, the different pathologies that may affect this area and the different treatment modalities.
He was extensively involved in the surgical management of complex post-traumatic and neuromuscular deformities, neglected and recurrent congenital cases, post-burn contractures and rheumatoid foot and ankle pathologies.
In his current post, he manages the full spectrum of Foot and Ankle pathologies, including forefoot reconstruction, bunion surgery, big toe fusion and replacement, toe deformity corrections, surgery for the painful forefoot, Ankle, Hind & Midfoot reconstruction & fusions, tendon & ligament reconstruction, planter fascia surgery, ankle fusion, ankle arthroscopy, ankle replacement, ankle instability surgery and Rheumatoid foot surgery.
Mr. Shalaby has a special interest in Ankle Replacement surgery and Sports-Related Foot and Ankle surgery.
Mr. Shalaby also pioneers in the use of circular frames for correction of complex foot deformities.
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