• Saif Healthcare Limited
  • Kulsum Plaza, 2020 Blue Area, Jinnah Avenue, Islamabad, Pakistan
  • 051-8446666

Dr. Umar Zia Khan

Consultant Orthopedics Surgeon , Kulsum International Hospital
  • Education

    · FRCS (Tr & Orth) Intercollegiate Specialty Board (RCS England) 2014 · FEBOT European Board of Orthopaedics & Trauma 2014 · FCPS(Orth) College of Physicians & Surgeons, Pakistan 2010 · MRCS(Eng) Royal College of Surgeons England 2007 · MCPS(Surgery) College of Physicians & Surgeons, Pakistan 2007 · MBBS Army Medical College, Rawalpindi, Pakistan 2002 · Certificate of Specialist Registration General Medical Council United Kingdom

  • Experience

    · Specialist Lower limb arthroplasty surgeon including revision arthroplasty in NHS and private hospitals UK with around 200 joints per year. · Knee & Shoulder Fellow Surrey UK · Senior Arthroplasty Fellow Surrey UK · Visiting fellow Orthopaedic centers in Germany and Austria · European EFORT Orthopaedic Fellowship France · Senior Trauma Fellow Royal London Hospital UK · Higher Surgical Training in London region with rotation in five teaching NHS hospitals UK (Six years). · Assistant Professor Orthopaedics Lady Reading Hospital Peshawar · Orthopaedic residency in Khyber Teaching Hospital Pakistan (Five years) UK Experience 13 Years

  • Specialty Interests

    Arthroplasty – Hip, knee & shoulder joint replacement including revision (re-do) for failing or painful joint replacement Arthroscopy – Keyhole surgery (knee and shoulder arthroscopy) and sports injuries Trauma –Fractures and injuries around shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand (Upper limb Trauma). Fractures and injuries around hip, knee, ankle and foot (Lower Limb Trauma). Biologics- Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) , Stem cells

  • Professional Registration & Membership

    Pakistan Medical Council(PMC) : 9972-N General Medical Council(GMC) UK: 6124719 Royal College of Surgeons England : 1039500 College of Physicians & Surgeon Pak: OSG-10-10575 British Orthopaedic Association (BOA): 37416

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