Dr. Ibrahim Obeid, MD, MSc Spine Surgery
After completing his degree in Medicine (Lebanon) in 1998, Ibrahim Obeid was appointed as an intern at the University Hospital Hotel Dieu de France (Beirut, Lebanon), where he became interested in spinal deformities. He graduated as orthopedic surgeon in 2003.
His fellowship began first in Paris in 2003 at the St. Joseph Hospital and was dedicated to adult spine deformity. Since 2004, Dr. Obeid has been working in the Spine Department of Bordeaux University Hospital. In 2008, he was promoted to staff physician, specialized in adult and adolescent spine deformity. Since 2014 he has also worked in the private Clinique Du Dos in Bordeaux Bruges.
His practice is 100% spinal surgery, 200 deformity cases and 150 degenerative spine cases per year. His practice includes pediatric and adult spinal deformity, degenerative cervical and lumbar surgery and minimally invasive surgery but his Specific area of interest is revision and complex deformities 30%, complex cervicothoracic spine reconstruction and navigation.
Dr Obeid has several publications in basic research and clinical spine pathologies, with More than 100 pubmed referenced publications and a publication value of more than 200 impact points. He is coauthor on many textbooks of pediatric and adult spine. He participates as invited faculty to many national and international meetings especially for spinal deformity, osteotomy and spinal alignment.
Dr Obeid is an active member of multiple national and international spinal and spinal deformity societies (SFCR, SRS, Eurospine). He is also an active member in multi-national deformity study groups leading in the spinal deformity domain (ISSG, ESSG). He is also chairing and co-chairing a multitude of spinal courses annually.
Clinique Du Dos in Bordeaux Bruges
Bordeaux University Hospital
The St. Joseph Hospital, Paris
University Diploma of Spine Surgery
Master of Science in Biomechanics
Ecole nationale des arts et métiers Paris
Specialization Diploma in Orthopedic and Traumatology Surgery
Descartes University Paris
Cerebral ischaemia following anterior upper thoracic spinal surgery utilizing a partial manubrial resection.
European spine journal : official publication of the European Spine Society, the European Spinal Deformity Society, and the European Section of the Cervical Spine Research SocietyLire ici
Factors influencing patient satisfaction after adult scoliosis and spinal deformity surgery.
Journal of neurosurgery. SpineLire ici
Validation of a Simplified SRS-Schwab Classification Using a Sagittal Modifier.
Spine deformityLire ici
the French society of spine surgery
The French society of orthopaedic and traumatology surgery