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Dr Mohamed Sakel


Specific Sub-Interest: Brain Injury Rehabilitation
Location: South East England
Expertise: Neurological Rehabilitation
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Dr Mohamed Sakel FRCP is the Director and Consultant Physician in neurorehabilitation at East Kent Hospitals University National Health Service Foundation Trust.

At his inpatient unit, Dr Sakel supports a range of cases including patients living with brain injury, multiple sclerosis, neuropathies, cerebral palsy, spinal injuries and young complex stroke survivors.

Dr Sakel holds honorary Senior Research Fellow in Electronic Engineering & Senior Lecturer positions in Psychology at the University of Kent, and his special interests include mobility robotics, neuromodulation and Botox in spasticity.

Dr Sakel has particularly extensive clinical expertise and experience in the field of brain injury rehabilitation. Within his role as the Director of a large neurorehabilitation service, he regularly writes medico-legal reports for the police and insurance companies for patients under his care.

 





 

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