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Dr Sohail Iqbal Sheikh Orthopedic Surgeon IIMCT PRH Joined

Dr Sohail Iqbal Sheikh
MBBS, MS Orthopedics,
(Dip) in Orthopedics (Austria)
Dr Sohail Iqbal Sheikh Orthopedic Surgeon IIMCDr Sohail Iqbal Sheikh is an orthopaedic surgeon and serving as Professor of Orthopedics in Islamic International Medical College Rawalpindi Pakistan. He is Head of Orthopedics Department of IIMCT Pakistan Railway Hospital Rawalpindi, a 400 bedded hospital.
Dr Soahil Iqbal Sheikh completed his MBBS (Basic Medical Education) degree in early 1982 From King Edward Medical College Lahore, The most Prestigious college of Islamic Republic of Pakistan. Afterwards, he had done his one-year residency from Holy Family Hospital Rawalpindi. After becoming a registered medical practitioner he served as Medical Officer in various hospitals. In 1988, he went to Austria and got a diploma in Orthopedic Surgery. In 1996 he had done MS in orthopaedics from Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences, Islamabad (PIMS). Later in 2008 Islamic International Medical College Rawalpindi, Pakistan requested for his services as Professor of Orthopedics. Currently, He is working as Head of Orthopedic department of IIMC and PRH (Pakistan Railway Hospital).
Dr Sohail Iqbal Sheikh has done thousands of successful surgeries in his career. He is one of the best orthopaedic surgeons of the twin cities. Dr Sohail Iqbal Sheikh Became a part of editorial team on 30th September 2013.

Dr Sohail Iqbal Sheikh in an orthopedic conference
Dr Sohail Iqbal Sheikh is Discussing various treatment options for a Patient who has got major
lower limb skeletal deformities with other orthopaedic surgeons in a conference.


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