Dr. (Mohmmad Rami) Al-Ahmar is holding a position of Physiatrist & Spinal Injury Senior Specialist in Jordanian Royal Medical Services (JRMS)-King Hussein Medical Centre. Dr. (Mohmmad Rami) Al-Ahmar acquired his MBBS, MD from Damascus University (Syria). Dr. (Mohmmad Rami) Al-Ahmar completed his residency in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (Jordanian Board PM&R) in 2008. In 2012 he achieved Spinal Cord Injury Fellowship (Robert Jones & Agnes Hunt Hospital, Oswestry, UK).During his career he have obtained numerous titles and membership: Senior specialist of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Musculoskeletal and Spinal injury (PM&R JB); International Spinal Cord Injury Society (ISCoS) Educational Committee member representative for Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, Founder & current President of Middle East North Africa Spinal Cord Injury (MENASCI) Network, member of the WHO Development Group (Package of Interventions for Rehabilitation 2030) for Spinal Cord Injury, current Chief of the Scientific Committee for the Jordanian PM&R Medical Society; Vice president and Executive Committee Member for the Jordanian Charitable Spinal Cord Injury Society (JoSCIS), General Secretary of the Jordanian Prevention Osteoporosis Society (JPOS), The Hashemite Commission for Disabled Soldiers Doctor in charge, WHO Liaison officer for Eastern Mediterranean- Sub Committee; past ex-chief of infection control committee at RRC; member of Infection Control Department, Wound Care and Ostomy committee ex-member at RMS; Dr. (Mohmmad Rami) Al-Ahmar acquired following honors: ISCoS & ASIA Award winner for best research in Pressure Ulcer and Bacterial strains 2015 Montreal (Canada); United Nations Medal 2008 (Medal of Administrative Competence 2008), faculty speaker, guest speaker & organizing committee member in many national and international conferences, member of many medical society ISPRM,ESPRM, INSeRM,IOF.
Dr. (Mohmmad Rami) Al-Ahmar is interested in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Spinal Cord Injury, MSK, Osteoporosis and Spasticity.