Muhammad Magid Hussein Saidam Dr.

Specialities
Neurology
Languages
Arabic, English

Core competencies

Clinical Neurohysiology and electrodiagnostic medicine procedures including a routine EEG, 24 hrs video EEG and epilepsy monitoring unit (EMU). Nerve conduction study and electromyography (NCS/EMG) including single fibre EMG. Evoked potentials including visual evoked potential (VEP), somatosensory and auditory evoked potentials

Botulinum toxin injection for specific neurological movement disorders including blepharospasm, cervical dystonias, writer’s cramp, spasticity of

upper and lower limbs, migraine also BOTOX under EMG technique

Neuromuscular ultrasound for peripheral nerves disorder

Common neurological disorders including stroke, epilepsy, movement disorders and Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, headaches, peripheral neuropathy and neuropathic pain, neck and back pain

Myasthenia gravis and muscle disorders 

Profile

Nationality
Jordanian
Summary
Dr. Muhammad Saidam completed his Bachelor degree in Medicine at Al Basra University, Iraq. He then went on to do a two year internship with the King Hussein Medical Center and Ministry of Health. He subsequently received the certificate of complete training in Neurology and the certificate of higher speciality in medicine with specialization in Neurology.

Following this, he became a professor and research assistant in the Neuroscience department at King Abdullah University Hospital, College of Medicine of Jordan University of Science and Technology. He is a board certified adult neurologist by the Jordanian Medical Council and a board certified adult neurologist and clinical neurophysiologist. From 2011-2014 he worked in Saudi Arabia and from 2014-2020 he was a senior adult neurologist and clinical neurophysiologist in a private
hospital in Abu Dhabi, UAE, prior to joining Mediclinic.

Qualification

MBChB, MD, CHSM (Neurology), Jordanian Board of Neurology, Fellowship (Clinical Neurophysiology)

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