Dr. Imran Manzoor
Dr. Imran Manzoor
MBBS, FCPS
Assistant professor
Department of Trauma Orthopaedics
Date of Joining: 13/09/2012

Professional Summary

Dr. Imran  Manzoor is a Orthopedics Surgeon at Shalamar Hospital. He is board certified in Orthopedics from CPSP   and a Fellow of CPSP in the specialty of orthopedics Surgery.

Dr.  Imran  Manzoor attended medical school at King Edward Medical College, Lahore and completed his  Orthopedics Surgery  internship and residency at Mayo  Hospital, Lahore and Services Hospital,  Lahore  in 2000. He received his undergraduate degree from University of Punjab.

Prior to joining Shalamar, Dr. Imran Manzoor was an attending Orthopedics Registrar  at King Fahad Specialist Hospital Buraida- Saudi Arabia.

TitleFromToInstitutionCity/Country
Fellowship in Orthopedics Surgery01/2012Till dateCPSP PakistanPakistan
M.B.,B.S.04/198506/1991King Edward medical CollegeLahore
Title FromToInstitutionCity/Country
Resident Orthopedics02/199611/1998Services  Hospital LahoreLahore
Resident Orthopedics12/199805/2001Mayo Hospital LahoreLahore
TitleFromToInstitutionCity/Country
ATLS04/200504/2005American Academy of TraumaBuraida- Saudi Arabia
ACLS05/200305/2003American Academy of CardiologistsBuraida- Saudi Arabia
  1. Original article titled “Relation of Geriatric depression with generalized aches and pains in old age home patients  in  Pakistan Journal of Medical & health Sciences   Nov 2020.
  2. Comparison of PFN Vs DHS in Trochenteric fractures in Rawalpindi Medical College Journal of Medical Sciences. Date June 2019.
  3. Comparison of LCP Vs K-wire for distal radial fractures in Pakistan Journal of Medical & health Sciences date Sept 2018.
  4. Comparison of Ordinary cotton liner Vs Water resistance cotton liner for POP cast regarding patient comfort level. In Pakistan Journal of medical & health sciences. Date June 2017
  5. Role of early Arthroscopy in diagnosis of Knee pain in Pakistan Journal of Medical & health Sciences date June 2017
TitleFromInstitutionCountry
Membership AO Truama2013AO TraumaSwitzerland