the Field in
Lower Extremity Joint Preservation and Replacement
#1 in Foot and Ankle, Knee
and Hip Injuries
Amgad M Haleem A Amin, MD, PhD is a fellowship-trained Orthopedic Surgeon specializing in Lower Extremity Complex Reconstruction, Joint Preservation and Foot and Ankle Surgery. Dr. Haleem takes special interest in adult foot and ankle deformity, complex lower extremity deformity correction, and joint preservation. His current research is focused on cartilage-preserving procedures of major weight-bearing joints of the lower extremities (ankles, knees, and hips), with particular emphasis on the use of biologics such as stem cells and platelet-rich plasma (PRP).
Dr. Haleem presents latest cutting edge techniques in biological knee replacement in Arabic
"Dr. Haleem presents latest cutting edge techniques in biological knee replacement and joint preservation during the Egyptian Arthroscopic Association - Kasr AlAiny combined meeting"
Dr. Haleem gives an overview of common lower extremity injuries
"Dr. Haleem gives an overview of common lower extremity injuries in marathon runners, how to avoid and treat them"
Dr. Haleem on lower extremity reconstruction & joint preservation
"Dr. Haleem gives an overview of recent advances and cutting-edge research in lower extremity reconstruction and joint preservation"
Dr. Haleem on Diabetic Foot
"Diabetes is a disease that may have a great impact on your ankles and feet. In this video, Dr. Haleem discusses Daibetic Charcot Arthropathy, a problem that may occur in joints of diabetic patients, specifically in the ankle and foot. We discuss the cause, presentation, complications and treatment of this problem and how to save the leg. While this presentation is designed for primary care providers, it also provides valuable information for patients"
Dr. Haleem on Exercising
Are you getting more active this summer? Dr. Haleem has some pointers on how to stay safe while exercising.
What You Need to Know
Before Choosing a Surgeon
- Knowing the right questions to ask
- When is the right time to have surgery
- Exploring non-invasive alternatives