Mohamed Ibrahim, MD FACS, Board Certified Hand and Wrist Surgeon Mohamed Ibrahim, MD FACS, Board Certified Hand and Wrist Surgeon Mohamed Ibrahim, MD FACS, Board Certified Hand and Wrist Surgeon
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We Accept the Following Insurance Providers:

All Workers Compensation Insurances
Medicare Supplements
Aetna US Healthcare Specialist
Affordable Healthcare
ASMED Health
Beech St PPO/Comp
Blue Cross/Prudent Buyer
Blue Shield Ascess HMO
Blue Shield PPO
Blue Shield Select
BPS Healthcare
California Care
CCN/Community Care Network
Cigna Health Plan-PPO
City of Modesto
Department of Labor
First Health
Foundation for Medical Care (all counties in CA)
Foundation Health Plan PPO
Health Net HMO & PPO
Join Benefit Trust
Med Network
Operating Engineers
Pacific Care HMO & PPO
PPO Alliance
Preferred Health Network
Prudential Healthcare
United Health Care HMO & PPO
Valley Clerk


Pre-Surgical Instructions
It is very important that you carefully read the following Pre- Surgical Instructions sheet and comply with every requirement. If you fail to follow any of these instructions, your surgery may need to be rescheduled to avoid complications during surgery.

The Day Before Surgery:

x Nothing to Eat or Drink after Midnight the night before surgery. This includes chewing gum and hard candy. We will instruct you on which medications you may take the morning of surgery, along with a sip of water.
x We will call prior to your surgery to verify your check–in time. Please make sure we have a phone number where we can reach you or leave a message on this day.
x If you wear contact lenses or glasses, please bring a case for them. You will be asked to remove them before surgery.
x Your postoperative discharge instructions will be reviewed with you by a nurse prior to your discharge.
x Recovery times vary after your procedure but generally you will be able to leave the Center in less than an hour after your procedure is completed.

Under the care of our highly experienced anesthesia team, our patients may elect to be fully asleep, completely unaware, or awake throughout the surgery except for about five minutes, depending upon the nature of the procedure.

The surgeon will typically administer a local anesthetic at the site of the surgery so that you will not experience pain after the procedure. The pain blocking benefits of this anesthetic usually lasts for 4-8 hours post-surgery, but can last several days.


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Mohamed Ibrahim, MD FACS, Board Certified Hand and Wrist Surgeon