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Ahmad F. Bayomy, M.D.

Ahmad F. Bayomy, M.D.

Ahmad F. Bayomy, M.D., is a pediatric orthopaedic surgeon at Shriners Hospitals for Children — Springfield, serving as the medical director of sports health and medicine, focusing on the orthopaedic care of fractures and sports-related injuries in children and adolescents. He is a team physician for SABIS International Charter School in partnership with the Springfield Shriners Hospital athletic training staff.

After studying bioengineering at Washington State University, Dr. Bayomy worked briefly as a medical device engineer before completing both medical school and an orthopaedic surgery residency at the University of Washington. He then completed fellowship training in pediatric orthopaedics at Columbia University Children’s Hospital of New York-Presbyterian, followed by an orthopaedic sports medicine fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic. During both fellowship years, he received dedicated training in the field of pediatric sports medicine.

Dr. Bayomy’s first priority is excellent patient care, and he is also involved in orthopaedic education and research. He is a question writer for the sports section of the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery Clinical Classroom, a peer reviewer for the American Journal of Sports Medicine, and a co-author of multiple research publications and textbook chapters.

Areas of special interest to Dr. Bayomy include the management of fractures, shoulder instability, hip impingement, ACL tears, knee and elbow OCD lesions, patellofemoral instability, as well as sports medicine for people with neuromuscular disorders such as cerebral palsy.

He is a member of Pediatric Research in Sports Medicine, the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America and the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine.

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