About Dr. Sharifah Roohi
- Dr. Sharifah Roohi is a senior and a skilled Hand Surgeon with nearly 50 years of experience.
- She is the President Elect of the Malaysian Orthopaedic Association, a member of the Asia-Pacific Orthopedic Association, the International member of American Society for Surgery of the Hand and an international member of American Orthopedic Association.
- Dr. Roohi did her MD in 1990 from the Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia, followed by a fellowship in 1998 from the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh. In 2000, he did MS from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia and then a fellowship in 2003. In 2008, she was awarded a diploma from the Federation of European Societies for the Surgery of the Hand.
- She is a specialist of arthroplasty, arthroscopy and microsurgery. She also treats Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Trigger Finger, De Quervain's, Repetitive strain injury, rheumatoid arthritis, torn cartilage and torn ligaments.
- Dr. Roohi has won several awards, actively researches, is a reviewer and an editorial board member of national and international journals with +50 credits published.
Arthroplasty (small joint replacement surgery) Arthroscopy Hand surgery Microsurgery
List Of Treatments
- Carpal Tunnel Release (CTR) Open or Endoscopic
- Synovectomy of Hand
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Work Experience of Dr. Sharifah Roohi
Dr. Sharifah Roohi's
- Diploma, 2008, Federation of European Societies for the Surgery of the Hand
- Fellowship, 2003, University of Louisville, US
- MS, 2000, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
- Fellowship, 1998, Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh
- MD, 1990, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
Regenerating Agents (Rgta®) Technology Combined With Antibiotics Improves Outcomes For Infections In The Upper Limb.
In Vitro Comparison Of Linear Vs Triangular Screw Configuration To Stabilize Complete Uniarticular Parasagittal Fractures Of The Proximal Phalanx In Horses.
Physical to Biological Building Blocks in Hand & Microsurgery: The Facts, The Face, The Facility, The Field…and The Future.