Dr Arshad Qamar is an associate professor and head of the department of orthopaedics at Jinnah Medical & Dental College, Karachi. He is a committed orthopaedic surgeon with a wealth of experience in trauma and orthopaedics, and has a specialist interest in lower limb surgery.
He has held positions at several hospitals in the United Kingdom, as a result of which he developed a diverse range of skills, including those in minimally invasive total hip and knee replacement surgery as well as arthroscopic surgery. Dr Arshad Qamar also specialises in sports injuries as well as in foot and ankle surgery. He has over 8,000 surgeries to his credit.
He had been working as a consultant at Homerton University Hospital, London since 2007. It was the hospital named for the 2012 Olympics. During the Olympics he worked there as part of a team of consultants to provide round-the-clock services to the international athletes. He was also nominated as the clinical lead surgeon for trauma and orthopaedics, the lead for the Enhanced Recovery Programme and the lead for orthogeriatrics.