Prof. Dr. Muhammad Saleem
Prof. Dr. Muhammad Saleem
FRCS, FRCS (Trauma & Orthopaedics), MBBS
Professor & Head of Department
Department of Trauma & Orthopaedics
Date of Joining: 10/4/2000

Professional Summary

Professor Dr. Muhammad Saleem is a  Orthopedic Surgeon  at Shalamar Hospital and he is also Head of Department of Trauma and Orthopedics Shalamar Medical College, Lahore. He has done Diplomat Intercollegiate Board in Trauma and Orthopedics Surgery (FRCS Trauma and Orth) in 1999 from U.K. He has also passed his FRCS in 1993 from Royal College of Physician and Surgeon of Glasgow (UK).

He attended medical school at Nishtar Medical College, Multan and completed his MBBS in 1987.  He went to Ireland and England for his Postgraduate training in Trauma and Orthopedics Surgery. He worked 3 years in well reputed hospital in Ireland and passed his FRCS exam. Then did his 5 years residency in London, Stanmore under supervision of Prof. George Bentely and worked in the state of the art teaching Hospital like great Ormond Street, Royal Free, North Middle Sex, Lister, Basildon, Orsett, Old Church and Whittington Hospital. He worked as a locum consultant Orthopedic surgeon in Old church Hospital in London before joining Shalamar Hospital. He joined Shalamar Hospital as a consultant Orthopedic Surgeon in April 2000 and since then he has been working with the excellent performance and dedication.

His areas of interest are Paedriatic Orthopedics with the special interest in managing the feet deformities both congenital and acquired of all age group. He also does adult orthopedics Arthroscopy surgery, Joint replacement surgery, Ilizarov surgery and providing latest Trauma care for the fracture treatment including non-unions as being Shalamar Hospital a AO Trauma Centre and conducting every year AO International Courses from the last 9 years.

Title Year Institution  City/Country
Diplomat Intercollegiate Board in Trauma and Orthopedics Surgery 1999 The Royal College of Physician and Surgeon of Glasgow, UK U.K
AO Trauma Fellowship 1998 University of Freiburg Germany
Fellowship FRCS 1993 The Royal College physician and Surgeons of Glasgow, U.K U.K
M.B.,B.S 1987 Nishtar Medical College Multan
 SpR Trauma & Orthopedics From  1/1/1998 To    31/12/1999 Old Church Hospital, Rumford, Basildon and Orset Hospital. London, U.K
SpR Trauma & Orthopedics 1/7/1996  31/12/1997 Great Ormond Street,  Whittington and The Royal Free Hospital London. U.K.
SpR Trauma & Orthopedics 1/8/1994 30/06/1996 Lister Hospital, North Middle Sex Hospital and Royal Free Hospital London. U.K.
SHO in Orthopedics / Surgery 21/9/1990 30/6/1994 Meath Hospital, Wexford General, Cork Regional & St. Mary’s.  Ealing Hospital Ireland & London
Title From To Institution City/Country
AO Foundation FEP (Faculty Education Program) 02/2018 04/2018 AO Trauma Middle East Dubai
ATLS 02/1996 Royal Free Hospital, London U.K.
AO / ASIF- BASIC COURSE 07/1994 Royal College of Surgeons of England England
BASIC TECHNIQUES IN ARTHROSCOPIC SURGERY 04/1995 The Royal College of Surgeons of England England
FOUNDATION COURSE ON LOCKING NAILING 25/10/1995 The Royal College of Surgeons of England England
BASIC ILIZAROV METHOD COURSE FOR SURGEONS 10/1995 Lakeside Hotel, Windermere England
EXTENAL FIXATION IN TRAUMA AND ORTHOPEEDIC 05/1996 The Royal College Surgeons of England England
AO ADVANCE COURSE 12/1996 Davos Switzerland
MANAGEMENT OF SPORTS INJURIES 05/1997 The Royal college of Surgeons of England England
DEBATE ABOUT HIP REPLACEMENT / WORKSHOP 11/1997 Southmead Hospital, Bristol England
AO PEER  Course- Principal of Clinical Research / Teacher Seminar 28-29/07/2018 SMDC Lahore
  1. Use of Ilizarov method on tibial bone in Children. January, 2001 Vol. 12 No. 1 ( Supplement) by Saleem, R. Hill  JPOA
  2. Bone Graft Substitutes (Review Article) Review of current technology and application. January, 2001 Vol. 12 No. 1                      ( Supplement) by Tariq Sohail,  Saleem, Zahid M. Akhtar & Aamir Ayaz Siddiqui  JPOA
  3. Paraplegia in a Hemophilic Pt. as a result of Carries spine. Feb 2001 Vol. 13, No. 1 by M. Saleem, Tariq Sohail, JPOA
  4. Interlocked Intramedullary Nailing Experience of Shalamar Hospital. Aug. 2001 13, No. 2 by  M. Saleem, Shakaeel Durani, JPOA
  5. Where does the Ambulance service stand in Lahore for Trauma Victims 2002  Vol. 14   No.1 by  Muhammad Saleem, Mubashar Sherazi, JPOA
  6. Comparative Ambient and indoor particulate matter analysis of operation theatres of Government and Private (Trust) Hospitals of Lahore, Pakistan. The Journal of Animals and Plants Sciences, 25 (3 supp. 2) 2015 special issue page: 628-635, ISSN: 1018-7081 A. Nimra1, Z. Ali1, M.N. Khan1, T. Gulshan1, S. Sidra2, J.R. Gardez3, R. Tarar4,  M. Saleem4 Z.A. Nasir5, and I. Colbeck6
  7. Role of Arthroscopy in early management and diagnosis of Knee Pain. Vol, 12, Jul. – Sept, 2018 (1167-1169) ISSN 1996- 7195 Pakistan Journal of Medical & Health Sciences. M. Saleem, M. Ali, Imran Manzoor, Usman Sarwar & Shaukat Rabbani
  8. Comparison between water resistance padding and synthetic cotton padding, regarding patient comfort level under the cast for fractures. P J M H S Vol, 12, Jul. – Sept, 2018  (1170-1172) ISSN 1996- 7195 Pakistan Journal of Medical & Health Sciences.
  9. Outcome of Distal tibial Fractures fixed with Precountoured Periarticular Locking Plates using MIPO Technique: a case of 60 patients P J M H S Vol. 13, April – June 2019  (301-303) ISSN 1996- 7195 Muhammad Ali, Muhammad Saleem, Muhammad Usman Sarwar, Zahid Hafeez, Aleena Younas, Muhammad Ishtiaq
  1. A Comparative Study of Displaced Distal Radius Fracture Treated With K Wire Vs Volar Locking Plate Fixation. P J M H S Vol 13, No. 2, April – June 2019, 323-326 Imran Manzoor, Muhammad Usman Sarwar, Muhammad Saleem, Muhammad Ali, Shaukat Rabbani, Muhammad Ishtiaq
  1. Radiological and Clinical Outcome of Volar Barton Distal Radius Fractures Treated by Variable Angle Volar Locking Plates (Chinese Version) Journal of Rawalpindi Medical College (JRMC); 2019; 23(1): 51-54 Muhammad Ali, Zahid Hafeez, Manqoosh Ur Rehman, Shaukat Rabbani, Muhammad Saleem
  1. A prospective comparative study of PFN and SHS for Per-trochanteric Femur Fracture Journal of Rawalpindi Medical College (JRMC); 2020; 24(2) 156-160 Amer Khan, Muhammad Ali, Ayesha Tahir, Muhammad Saleem, Usman Sarwar, Imran Manzoor.
Title From To Institution Country
PMDC 1987 Till date Pakistan Medical & Dental Council Islamabad, Pakistan
GMC 1994 Till date British General Medical Council U.K.
AO Trauma membership 2012 Till date AO Trauma International Switzerland