Dr. Al-Asiri completed his medical school training at King Faisal University, Saudi Arabia and graduated from McMaster University's Orthopedic Residency Training program in 2013. He subsequently pursued combined clinical fellowships in Foot & Ankle and Trauma (pelvis and acetabulum) reconstruction surgery for 3 years at Hamilton General Hospital under the supervision of Dr. Brad Petrisor and Dr. Dale Williams. He started working as an Orthopedic surgeon at HGH in 2015. Dr. Al-Asiri has a special interest in managing major trauma patients with complex pelvic and acetabulum fractures and elective foot and ankle reconstruction procedures.
He is an active member of multiple orthopedic associations nationally and internationally. He has an interest in Medical Education. He is currently finishing the Clinician Educator Diploma at McMaster University which is an Area of Focused Competency Diploma program offered through the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons. This will be followed by a master's degree in medical education from the University of Ottawa starting in Sep 2021. Dr. Al-Asiri taught in multiple OTA (Orthopedic Trauma Association) courses and International Orthopedic conferences in the Middle East area.
His goals are to continue as an active faculty member in teaching and working to build a well-structured trauma fellowship program for candidates interested in pelvis and acetabulum. Also, he is working on a collaborative foot and ankle program utilizing other adjunct faculties in the surrounding community.