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Report from Dr Jehanzeb Mughal, August 10th 2010.

“I have just returned after 5 days of being in the flooded region of rural Sindh. I was engaged in trying to help my fellow citizens evacuate what would be the worst affected areas. Shifting families and their possessions with bare hands and loading them onto cattle carts, and anything able to bear the load...

How To Look For The Best Surgeons For Sports Injuries?

Sports fall under some of the most heavily discussed topics in every nation. Physical activities through competitions or tournaments always remain as the most sought-after pursuits. People connect with their players not only emotionally but also treat them as mentors and legends. Thus, their physical well-being is also a topic that viewers love to read...

Why Do You Need To Consult An Orthopedic Surgeon?

An Orthopedic Surgeon is your first choice if it is something related to your bones. Your bones not only hold your body weight but also ensure free mobility and day-to-day activities. If something is wrong, or you feel stiff or sore bones – immediately consult with an expert orthopedic surgeon. Your body is composed of...

What Is An ACL Injury, And Who Treats It?

ACL injury or Anterior Cruciate Ligament is one of the most common sports-related injuries. Athletes that play high-demand exertion games like basketball, cricket, hockey, soccer, football, and throwball – are more likely to face an ACL injury. However, this specific injury is not limited to sportsmen only, but children and adults also suffer from it...

How To Prevent Knee Injury & How To Treat It?

Today we’re discussing a knee injury, and how it can be treated. Your knee, just like every other organ and structure that makes your body, is an absolute wonder of nature. Made up of bone, cartilage, ligament, and fluid, your two knees are a necessity for you in order to perform some of the most...

AO SEC Operative Fracture Management for ORP,

The first symposium for ORP in Karachi, Pakistan was conducted on 18–19 June 2011 in local hotel. There were 20 participants from various parts of the country, one surgeon observer, five surgeon faculty and three ORP faculty. The local organization was done by ORP faculty Munawar Fazal who is our international ORP faculty. The observer...

AO SEC Symposium held in Pakistan

Read more about this symposium held in Multan in August 2008. The second AO Socio Economic Committee (SEC) symposium was held at Nishtar Medical College, Multan, Pakistan, from August 16 to August 17, 2008. Click here to read a report about the first SEC symposium held in 2007. There were twenty one participants and three table assistants (ORP). The...

AOSEC Symposium was held in Pakistan

The event was held at the Qaid-i-Azam Medical College, Bahawalpur. There were twenty five participants and five table assistants (ORP). The course was organized in the orthopedic department of Bahawal Victoria Hospital. The lectures were held in a class room with audiovisual facilities. The practical demonstration on artificial bones was held in adjoining large foyer....