Mohi El-Shazly BSc (Anatomy-Physiology), MBBCh, MCh Orth
(Mohamed Mohi El-Din Khaled El-Shazly)
Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Droitwich Knee Clinic

Address: Clinic: 27 New Road, Bromsgrove, B60 2JL
Telephone: Clinic:   01527 919848
Mobile: 0771 470 2393 for out of hours calls
E-mail: Clinic: mohi.el.shazly@kneeclinics.com
Date of Birth: 29.4.1953
GMC reg no: 3628955
GMC Specialist Register: Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgery – 3 Nov 1997

GMC Revalidation date: 7 May 2014 for 5 years
Last Annual Appraisal date: 30.7.2015
Next Appraisal: 4.8.2016

Qualifications

1970: Scottish Certificate of Education – Higher levels,
Aberdeen Grammar School, Scotland.

1975: BSc Anatomy – Physiology
Faculty of Science, University of Alexandria,  Egypt.

1978: MBBCh,
Faculty of Medicine, University of Alexandria, Egypt

1983: MChOrth
Faculty of Medicine, University of Alexandria, Egypt.

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS

British Orthopedic Association

British Limb Reconstruction Society

British Association for Surgery of the Knee

British Medical Association

ISAKOS (International Society of Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery, and Orthopedic Sports Medicine)

PAST MEMBERSHIPS:

AAOS: (American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons – affiliate member)

AO Alumni Association

EOA: Egyptian Orthopaedic Association

ORS: Orthopaedic Reserach Society

ISFR: (International Society for Fracture Repair)

ESSKA (European Society of Sports Traumatology Knee Surgery and Arthroscopy)

TRAINING & PREVIOUS POSTS

1979: Internship at Alexandria University Hospitals
for six months including Burns, Anaesthesia,
Gynaecology, Obstetrics and Paediatrics.

1979 – 1980: Internship at Ministry of Health Hospitals
for six months including General Surgery,
Internal Medicine and Fevers.

March – July 1980: Resident – Orthopaedic Surgery,
Alexandria University Students’ Hospital.

July 1980 – Resident – Orthopaedic Surgery,
Oct 1981 General Military Hospital, Alexandria.

Nov 1981 – Visiting Resident,
March 1983 Hadara University Hospital
(320 Orthopaedic & Fracture beds),
University of Alexandria.

March – Sept Resident – Orthopaedic Surgery,
1983 El-Mouassat Hospital.

Oct 1983 – Specialist – Orthopaedic Surgery,
May 1989 Alexandria University Students Hospital.

1984 – Part-time Specialist –
Dec 1988 Orthopaedic Surgery,
El-Sammak Private Hospitals, Alexandria
(El-Seguini and Hassab Hospitals).

1984 – 1989 Part-time Orthopaedic Surgeon and
Founding Member of the
Medical Care Advisory Team,
responsible for medical care of expatriates belonging to foreign firms in Alexandria,
including the American Consulate General.

1985 – 1989 Part-time attending Orthopaedic Surgeon in charge of the Alexandria Union Sporting Club first basket-ball team.

1 August 1989 – *SHO Orthopaedic Surgery,
31 Oct 1989 Academic Unit, Hope Hospital, Salford, Manchester.

1 Nov 1989 – *SHO Orthopaedic Surgery,
31 Jan 1990 Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital.

1 Feb 1990 – *Registrar – Orthopaedic Surgery,
31 July 1990 Withers Orthopaedic Centre, Musgrave Park Hospital, Belfast.

1 August 1990 – *Registrar – Fractures,
31 Jan 1991 Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast.

1 Feb 1991 – *Registrar, Orthopaedic Surgery,
31 July 1991 Withers Orthopaedic Centre, Musgrave Park Hospital, Belfast.

1 August 1991 – *Registrar – Orthopaedic Surgery,
31 Jan 1992 Withers Orthopaedic Centre,
Tutor, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery,
Queens University, Belfast, Musgrave Park Hospital.

1 Feb 1992 – *Registrar – Orthopaedic Surgery
31 July 1992 & Traumatology, Ulster Hospital Dundonald, Belfast.

1 August 1992 – *Registrar – Orthopaedic Traumatology
31 Jan 1993 Belfast City Hospital.

19 Sept 1992 – Locum Senior Registrar,
31 Oct 1992 Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology,
Fellow to Mr A J Hall in
Arthroscopic ACL Reconstruction.

1 Feb 1993 – *Senior Registrar – Orthopaedic
31 July 1993 Surgery and Traumatology,
Ulster Hospital, Dundonald, Belfast.

1 August 1993 – Specialist Orthopaedic Surgeon,
Oct 1996 Alexandria University Students Hospital, Egypt.

Part-time attending Consultant Orthopaedic   Surgeon, Alexandria International Hospital.

Part-time attending Consultant Orthopaedic   Surgeon, El-Seguini Private Hospital, Alexandria.

Sept – Dec 1995 Knee Fellow to
Mr Angus Strover, FRCS
Droitwich Knee Clinic,
Droitwich, Worcs.

Oct 1996 – Senior Lecturer, University of Sheffield,
June 1999 Honorary Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon,
Limb Reconstruction Service
Northern General Hospital, Sheffield

* Positions sponsored and recognised by the Royal College of Surgeons, England.

CURRENT POST(s)

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

Droitwich Knee Clinic.

Other current duties: Member of Executive Committee Droitwich Knee Foundation educational trust

2004 – 09, 2012-current Droitwich Knee Clinic Representative:
Medical Advisory Committee, Droitwich Spa Hospital

Mar 05 – Nov 2012 Chairman Board of Directors Droitwich Knee Clinic
Sep 2009 – Nov 2012 Managing Director DKC
Nov 2012 – current Non-executiveChairman Board of Directors
Droitwich Knee Clinic

 

FURTHER TRAINING, COURSES & FELLOWSHIPS

Dec 1984 AO/ASIF Basic Course, Davos, Switzerland.

March 1986 Three-month AO Fellowship with
PD Dr Werner Muller,
Bruderholzspital, Basel, Switzerland,
which included considerable
exposure to knee surgery.

23-27 Oct 1989 Introductory Biomechanics,
National Centre for Training and Education in Prosthetics and Orthotics,
University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.

1-3 Nov 1989 Current Trends in Orthopaedic Surgery:
Disorders of The Knee.
Holly Royde College, Manchester University.

6-7 Jan 1990 British Orthopaedic Association Instructional Course,
Royal College of Surgeons of England, London

12 June 1990 Core of Knowledge Radiation Protection Course,
Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast.

19-21 July 1990 Richards’ International Trauma Symposium,
at the Royal Society of Medicine, London.

30-31 May 1991 External Fixation in Trauma and Orthopaedics,
at the Royal College of Surgeons of England.

8-11 Oct 1991 Sixth British Knee Instability Course, at the
Institute of Orthopaedics,
The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt
Orthopaedic Hospital, Oswestry.

19-21 March 1992 British Scoliosis Society Meeting,
Newcastle, Co. Down,
including instructional course.

31 July – Symposium on Locking Nails, at the
2 August 1992 Royal College of Surgeons of England

9-10 Oct 1992 Nottingham Knee Symposium.

3 April 1993 Advances in Arthroscopic Surgery:
Seminar at the Droitwich Knee Clinic, Worcs.

20-22 May 1993 Advanced Trauma Life Support Provider Course,
sponsored by the American College of Surgeons, Craigavon, Co. Down.

14-16 June 1993 The Wrightington Wrist Meeting
(incorporating the second
European Wrist Society Meeting) and
including wrist arthroscopy and
endoscopic carpal tunnel release workshop.

17-19 June 1993 Ilizarov Method Course, Sanderstead, Surrey.

19-26 July 1993 Visit with Professor M Catagni, Lecco, Italy,
on Ilizarov techniques.

30 June – 1 July Challenges in Fracture Surgery,
1993 AO advanced seminar
Royal College of Surgeons, England.

9 – 10 Sept Course on: Operative Procedures of the Knee &
1995 Postoperative Rehabilitation,
Droitwich Knee Clinic

25 Sept 1995 Symposium on: Anterior Cruciate Ligament   Reconstruction Technique &
Post-Operative Rehabilitation,
The Wellington Hospital, London.

8 Oct 1995 FA Annual Sports Medicine Meeting at the
British Football Association Convention Centre,   Lillieshall, England.

13-14 Oct 1995 Arthroscopic Shoulder Surgery Course
Droitwich Knee Clinic.

10 Nov 1995 The Gloucester Annual Arthroscopy Meeting

24-25 Nov Arthroscopic Knee Surgery Course
1995 Droitwich Knee Clinic

3-4  March 1997 British Orthopaedic Research Society Meeting.
Northern General Hospital.

14 March 1997 BMP 2 Investigators’ meeting, Genetics Institute, Paris.

16-17 June 1997 2nd EBI Symposium on Fracture Management.
Northern General Hospital, University of Sheffield.

23-24 Sept. 1997 British Orthopaedic Research Society, Cardiff.

24-27 Sept. 1997 British Orthopaedic Association Meeting, Cardiff.

9-10 Oct 1997 Carticel Surgeon Orientation and Training Program on autologous Cartilage Transplantation, Naarden, Netherlands.

20 Nov 1997 Second annual meeting on Cartilage Repair. The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital, Oswestry.

3-4 Dec 1997 Statistics for Medicine. Module 2. Statistics for the Initiated.
Statistical Services Unit. University of Sheffield.

12-14 August 1998 Edinburgh International Trauma Symposium.

23-25 Sept. 1998 International Society for Fracture Repair. Sixth Meeting.
Strasbourg, France. (Presentations below)

5-6 Oct 1998 First joint conference of the British Orthopaedic Research
Society & the Section of bioengineering, Royal Academy of
Medicine in Ireland, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland  Dublin. (Presentation below)

6-9 October 1998 Combined Meeting of the British & Irish Orthopaedic
Associations. Royal Dublin Society (Presentations below)

15-16 March 1999 British Orthopaedic Research Society Spring meeting. University of Liverpool.
Chairman: Session on external fixation.

8-11 April 1999 International Society for Fracture Repair: Workshop:
The monitoring of fracture healing.
Invited presentation: Biochemical markers in nonunion.

10-11 May 1999 British Limb Reconstruction Society Meeting Belfast.
Presentation: Arthrofibrosis of the knee following limb reconstruction – a preliminary report.

31 March 2000 Course on Collagen Meniscal Implants including hands on workshop and inaugural meeting of European Multicentre trial. Heidelberg, Germany.

17-18 April 2000 British Orthopaedic Research Society Meeting. Leicester University.

27 –29 April 2000 Meeting of International Society for Cartilage Repair:  Gottenberg, Sweden.

10-14 May 2000 The Third Riva Congress:  Riva Del Garda, Italy: 2 papers presented: 1.  Useful biochemical markers in nonunion

  • Use of the Sheffield Hybrid System for tibial pilon fractures.

17-19 August 2000 Invited international guest speaker: ASAMI International Congress on external fixation. Pousada do Rio Quente, Brasil.

Lectures: 1.  External fixators for fractures of the distal radius
2. The treatment of tibial pilon fractures using monolateral and circular fixators
3. Use of the Sheffield Hybrid Fixator for trauma and reconstruction

21 – 22 Sept 2000 Orthofix advanced Course, Verona, Italy.
Invited lecturer and workshop instructor.

Lectures & workshops below

2-3 Oct 2000 British Orthopaedic Research Society Meeting, London

13-14 Oct 2000 Nottingham Knee Meeting.
Presentation by Mr A Strover:
Meniscal Allografts: The Droitwich Experience. Strover, El-
Shazly 2000

3 Nov 2000 Rotaglide day on mobile bearing Total Knee Replacement.
Avon Orthopaedic Centre, Bristol

11 Nov 2000 Naughton Dunn Club Meeting.
Royal Orthopaedic Hospital, Birmingham

25 Nov 2000 2nd Geistlich Orthopaedic Symposium. Royal Society of Medicine, London.
Subject: Tissue Engineering: Bone
substitutes, Cartilage repair

26-27 Feb 2001 American ASAMI meeting, (Association for the study of the methods of Ilizarov) International Congress on External fixation: San Francisco
Paper presented: The Sheffield Hybrid Fixator in Tibial Pilon Fractures

28 Feb –
4 March 2001 American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons meeting, San Francisco.
Instructional courses attended:

  • Mobile bearing knee replacement
  • Surgical Options in the middle aged arthritic knee
  • Unicompartmental arthritis of the knee
  • Meniscus function: repair and restoration
  • Allograft Meniscus Transplantation
  • Management of complex knee ligament injuries

1 March 2001 Meniscal Allograft Study Group: San Francisco
Paper presented: Meniscal Allografts: The Droitwich Experience

3 March 2001 Speciality day at the AAOS, San Francisco:
American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine
Arthroscopy Association of North America

28 March 2001 Advanced Knee Replacement Course. Royal College of Surgeons of England: including revision surgery,
unicompartmental and patellofemoral arthroplasty.

9 – 10 April 2001 Orthofix Seminar on the Sheffield Hybrid Fixator, Northern
General Hospital, Sheffield: invited speaker and workshop demonstrator: Lectures:
1. Fine Wire Techniques: Insertion and safe corridors followed by workshop
2. Management of Pilon Fractures

18 April 2001 Principles and pre-operative planning in Total Knee
Arthroplasty: lecture given at Exactech TKR meeting,
Stratford

4 – 5 May 2001 Advances in Bone & Joint Restoration. Hip & Knee Replacement Course, Miami, Florida

13 May 01 Posterior stabilized knee replacement: Past present and future:
Symposium: Geneva, Switzerland

28 – 29 May 01 Invited guest lecturer and workshop instructor at the Orthofix advanced course, Verona. Lectures & workshops given below

22 June 2001 Lecture at HST meeting, Leicester Royal Infirmary: Meniscal allografts: literature review and the Droitwich experience

20 – 21 Sep 01 Invited guest lecturer and workshop instructor at the Orthofix advanced course, Verona. Lectures & workshops given below

3 – 4 Oct 01 Oxford Unicompartmental Knee Replacement Course

29 – 30 Jan 02 Advances In ACL Reconstruction.

24 – 25 Apr 02 Optetrak Knee Meeting The Belfry

6 – 7 May 02 Invited Lecturer at Orthofix Advanced Course Verona. Lectures & Workshops given below

10 May 02 British Limb Reconstruction Society meeting, Bristol

24 May 02 Advanced Techniques in Arthroscopic Surgery

10 – 11 Jun 02 Limb Lengthening & Reconstruction Society Meeting (ASAMI – North America) 12th annual scientific meeting, Dallas, Texas Poster & podium presentation

19 Jun 02 Midland Problem Knee Club Meeting. Hosted & chaired at the Droitwich Knee Clinic & 2 case presentations

4 – 5 July 02 3rd International Orthopedic Symposium. Heidelberg. Knee Update

11 Oct 02 Issues of Knee Arthroplasty Course.  Droitwich Knee Clinic. Lecture given: Issues in Knee replacement design

28 Oct 02 Invited Lecturer at Orthofix Advanced Course Verona. Lectures & Workshops given below

6 Nov 02 Seminar on Limb Reconstruction including complex fractures. Sheffield. Invited lecturer. See below for lectures

18 Dec 02 Annual International Congress of the Egyptian Orthopaedic Association. Cairo. Podium presentation:
Use of the Sheffield Ring Fixator in Tibial Pilon Fractures.

27-28 Jan 03 3rd Basel International Knee Congress

5 May 03 Orthofix Advanced International course. Invited Lecturer and workshops.

18-19 Jun 03 Optetrak Knee Replacement Meeting, Worcester. Co-convener and lecturer: Revision Knee Replacement

23 Jun 03 ACL study day. North Manchester General Hospital

30 Jul 03 International Limb Reconstruction Seminar. Sheffield. Invited lecturer. Lecture: Rotational and Translational corrections using the Sheffield Ring Fixator.

7-12 Sep 03 13th Annual Baltimore Limb Deformity Course
18 Sep 03 BOA Annual Congress. Birmingham

18 Sep 03 Inaugural meeting of the UK Meniscal Study Group

3-4 Oct 03 Nottingham Knee Symposium

9 Oct 03 Seminar on The Sheffield Ring Fixator. Sheffield.  Invited lecturer: Lecture: Rotational Correction

13 Oct 03 Orthofix Course on Complex Trauma: Invited lecturer: Lecture: The use of a circular frame in tibial plateau fractures.
Workshop: Plateau fracture treated with a circular frame

1 Nov 03 Training day on MACI. Royal National Stanmore. with
Mr Tim Briggs

7-8 Nov 03 The Cologne Bone & Joint course. A masterclass seminar. Invited lecturer: Complex leg lengthening: combined technique

18 – 19 Mar 04 British Limb Reconstruction Society Spring meeting: Northern General Hospital, Sheffield

24 Mar 04 Advances & controversies in Hip & Knee Arthroplasty. Stratford Upon Avon

28 Apr 04 Hosting and case presentations Midland Problem Knee Club meeting, Droitwich Knee Foundation

6 May 04 Orthofix Advanced Course: Verona. Invited Lecturer:
Distal third tibial fractures: the role of external fixation
Planning and deformity correction
+ Workshops: Pilon fractures using Hybrid fixation
Deformity correction in the tibia with a circular frame

26-28 May 04 International Cartilage Repair Society meeting. Gent including visit to Professor Renee Verdonk’s dept
14 Sep 04 Orthofix Advanced Course: Verona: Invited lecturer:
lectures and workshops

17 Sep 04 Anterior Cruciate Ligament study day: Manchester

8-9 Oct 04 Advanced Nottingham Knee Symposium

12 Oct 04 Advances in mobile bearing total and unicondylar knee replacement: Newport.

20 Nov 04 Naughton Dunn Club meeting Royal Orthopaedic Hospital Birmingham

23-24 Nov 04 Wexham Park ACL meeting

14 Mar 05 Orthofix Advanced Course: Verona: Invited lecturer:
Distal third tibial fractures: the role of external fixation
Planning and deformity correction
Workshop: Circular frame for deformity correction in the tibia

27 Apr 05 Hosting and case presentations Midland Problem Knee Club meeting, Droitwich Knee Foundation

5 May 05 North Staffordshire International External Fixation Course: invited lecturer: Frame assembly and Fine wire insertion: lecture and workshop

7-8 Jun 05 Optetrak Knee Meeting: Droitwich Knee Foundation: Host & lecturer including live link surgery. Lecture: The valgus knee literature review and case studies

15 Dec 05 Orthofix advanced course Verona: invited lecturer:
distal third tibia: the role of external fixation
Workshop: Distal tibial fracture

10 – 11 Feb 06 British Society for Computer Assisted Surgery meeting: London

16 Mar 06 British Limb Reconstruction Society Annual meeting: Nottingham City Hospital.

19 Apr 06 Organising and hosting Midland Problem Knee Club Meeting
Droitwich Knee Foundation

13 May 06 Naughton Dunn Club meeting:  Walsall Football Club

4 – 5 Sep 06 Orthofix Limb Reconstruction Course Verona:  invited lecturer.  ISKD course; External fixation:  callotasis and deformity correction.

8 – 9 Sep 06 Update in Knee Surgery  Heidelberg

11 – 13 Dec 06 Visit to Exatech Headquarters in Gainsville Florida.  Lectures and factory tour with live surgery on Wed.  13 Dec.

13 – 16 Dec 06 Current Concepts in Knee Replacement Meeting Orlando Florida

18  – 24 Dec 06 One week visit to Hospital for Special Surgery shadowing Drs Sculco, Cornell, Westrich, Haas and Russell Warren in theatre

22 – 23 Feb 07 ‘ The Knee All You Need to Know’  lecturing at course for Physiotherapists,  Knee Foundation, Droitwich.

16 April 07 FPV Clinical Meeting Patellofemoral replacement hosted by  Wright Medical Limited at The University of Warwick

4 May 2007 Stanmore/UK User Group Meeting: Study of ACI v MACI

7 – 8 Sept 2007 Dublin Knee Sports Injury Instructional Course and Cadaveric Workshop Beaumont Hospital Dublin

11/12 Oct 2007 Taylor Spatial Frame Course,  Hilton Southampton Hotel

21 Nov 2007 The Fourth Combined Oxford and Bristol Unicompartmental Arthritis Meeting held in the Oxford Centre, Oxford

6 December 2007 Technology in Motion/Ossur Sports Exercise and Medicine  held in Birmingham

18 January 2008 Imperial College London ‘Early Intervention in the Hip and Knee’ held at the Science Museum London

11 April 2008 Stanmore Users Meeting Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital
Stanmore Middlesex

12 April 2008 Windsor Knee Clinic:  Second Current Concepts Symposium on Knee Surgery:  the Emirates Stadium London

22 May 2008 Knee Foundation Arthroscopy Course:  lecturing and workshop

30 May 2008 Naughton Dunn Club meeting:  Analysis of early complications of Oxford Unicompartmental knee replacement;  Outcomes following ACL reconstruction; Function of PCL;  Early results of high tibial osteotomy using hemicallotasis combing with microfracturing for medial compartment osteoarthritis of knee

2/3 June 2008 Orthofix Symposium on Advanced Limb Reconstruction:  Liverpool Medical Institution – Lecturing on hemicallotasis

27/28 October 2008 Smith & Nephew Course:  JounreBi-cruciate Stabilised Total Knee System,  Leuven Belgium

21 January 2009 Arranged and contributed to symposium on vascular problems in orthopaedic surgery. Droitwich Knee Clinic

28/29 January ICRS Worskshop on Cartilage Transplantation Royal National
2009 Orthopaedic Hospital Stanmore

6 February 2009 20th Anniversary Droitwich Knee Clinic Meeting:  lecturing

6 March 2009 North West Patellofemoral Joint Surgery Meeting, Wilmslow

19/20 March 2009 British Limb Reconstruction Society:  Trauma Reconstruction
meeting  Crowne Plaza Docklands  London

26 March 2009 BMA Private Practice Conference:  ‘A journey through Private Practice’:  BMA House, London

23 – 26 May 2009 ICRS 2009 8th World Congress Miami Florida

30 September 2009 Midland Problem Knee Club Meeting hosted at Droitwich Knee Clinic

10 May 2010 The Sporting Knee, Droitwich Knee Clinic

11 May 2010 Midlands Knee Controversies 2010, Sixways Stadium

May 12/13 2010 Advances in Knee Arthroplasty, Chandos House, London

May 14 2010 Kitley House Hotel, Plymouth

June 1/2/3/4 2010   12th EFFORT Congress, Copenhagen, Denmark

Oct 23/24 2010 ICRS Conference – Tackling Osteoarthritis in Sport, London

Dec 7 2010 Speciality Doctor Teaching Programme, Birmingham City Hospital

June 1-5 2011   EFORT – Copenhagen

9.12. 2011 Naughton Dunn Club Meeting, ROH, Birmingham

22-23 March 2012 British Limb Reconstruction Society Meeting, Hull

3.4.12 British Association for Surgery of the Knee, Derby

21-22 Apr 2012 Isokinetic Course Chelsea Football Club, London

25.4.12   Midland Problem Knee Club Meeting: case presented

17.5.12   Midlands Knee Controversies: Invited lecture: Rotational osteotomy for AKP and PF instability

30.6.2012   The Great Debate: Imperial College London

11.7.2012   Lecturing: Physio  & GP Education Evening, DKC

12.9.2012   Lecturing: Physio & GP Education Evening, DKC

28.9.2012   Arthro London meeting

19.10.2012   Lecturing: PG training ROH: Osteotomies around the knee

3,4.11.2012 Canterbury Cartilage Meeting

14.11.2012   Lecturing: Physio & GP Education Evening, DKC

30.1.2013   Midland Problem Knee Club Meeting: case(s) presented

13.2.2013   Lecturing: Physio & GP Education Evening, DKC:
Topic: High Tibial Osteotomy

8.5.2013   Lecturing: Physio & GP Education Evening, DKC
Topic: Anterior Cruciate ligament

28.5.2015   Tigenix Cartilage repair meeting: Windsor

11.9.2015   Lecturing: Physio & GP Education Evening, DKC
Topic: Cartilage repair

2, 3.10.2013 BOA (British Orthopaedic Association) annual meeting, Birmingham

3.10.2013   Lecturing: Acute Knee course: Worcester Warriors

18.10.2013 Lecture: Acute Knee for Radiologists, Royal London Hospital

24.10.2013   Midlands Problem Knee Club Meeting: Wolverhampton:
Case presented

4,5 11.2013 Warwick Knee Meeting: St George’s stadium

13.11.2013   Physio & GP Education Evening, DKC
Topic: The unstable Patella

22.1.2014   Midland Problem Knee Club Meeting: case presented

23.3.2014   Consensus document meeting on cartilage repair –
Paper submitted for publication

24.3.2014   Edinburgh Cartilage Repair Symposium

5.4.2014   FRCS Teaching Sandwell Hospital:
Lecture on osteotomy around the knee

8, 9.4.2014 BASK (British Association for Surgery of the Knee)
Annual meeting Norwich

21, 22.5.2014 Midlands Current Concepts in Knee Surgery: Annual International Meeting: Worcester Warriors: Faculty: two talks given:

  • Knee Replacement Surgery without tourniquet:

15 years of experience, results and outcomes

  • Nerve blocks for Knee replacement

3.6.2014 Physio & GP Education Evening, DKC
Topic: Lower Limb Reconstruction

4-6.6.2014 EFORT Biennial Congress: (European Federation of National Associations of Orthopaedics and Traumatology),
Excel Arena London
Co-author in podium presentation: Trochlear lesions

25.6.2014   Physio & GP Education Evening, DKC
Topic: Meniscal Injury

26.6.2014   Lecturing at Anterior Cruciate Ligament Course:
Worcester Warriors Stadium

25.7.2014   PG Training: Royal Orthopaedic Hospital Birmingham
Lecture: Osteotomy around the knee

6.8.2014   Shoulder Rotator cuff: DKC Physio & GP Educational program

24.9.2014   Knee Foundation Physio & GP Educational program:
Lecture: Anterior knee pain

5.12.2014   Naughton Dunn Club: Birmingham Children’s Hospital
Presentation on Osteonecrosis (co-author)

10, 11.3.2015 BASK (British Association for Surgery of the Knee)
Annual meeting

19, 20.3.2015 BLRS (British Limb Reconstruction Society) Annual meeting Birmingham

7, 8 5.2015   International Knee Masters Course, Madrid

20.5.2015   Current Concepts & Controversies annual International Knee Meeting, Worcester Warriors: Chaired 2 sessions

KNEE FELLOWSHIPS

March 1986 Three-month AO Fellowship with
PD Dr Werner Muller,
Bruderholzspital, Basel, Switzerland,
which included considerable
exposure to knee surgery.

September – Knee Fellow to
December 1995 Mr Angus Strover, FRCS
Droitwich Knee Clinic,
Droitwich, Worcs.

OTHER TRAINING VISITS

Historic:visit to Professor Maurizio Catani in Lecco to learn advanced Limr Reconstruction techniques using circular frames

Visit to Prof Paulo Aglietti in Florence re modern Total knee techniques

Visit to Cologne re: unicompartmental knee replacement technique and development with discussion of suggestions on design.

Visit to Prof Dietmar Pennig re: Limb reconstruction training

Visit to Oswestry re: cell-based cartilage repair facility and meniscal allograft research

Recent:
Visit to Mr Sudir Karlakki Oswestry re: Optetrak knee replacement Logik development 14.3.2014

Prospective:

Visit to Adrian Wilson, Basingstoke re: advanced ACL techniques 4.9.2015

SPECIAL INTERESTS

Sports injuries of the knee
Arthroscopic surgery
Patellofemoral problems
Articular cartilage defects
Anterior cruciate lesions

Corrective Osteotomy
Knee Replacement

Limb Reconstruction, using monolateral & circular external fixators.
Nonunions, malunions, bone lengthening
Chronic Osteomyelitis, septic arthritis & infected nonunions

TEACHING

UNDERGRADUATE TEACHING

As Senior Lecturer, University of Sheffield at the Northern General Hospital, I have been responsible for organising students’ courses, including fourth year (level 3) and final year (level 5) as well as the pre-clinical introductory course (Basic Clinical Skills). This included organising their lectures, seminars and clinical attachments. During the academic year I lectured one to two hours weekly. I also organised the Orthopaedic training for the BSc Course for paramedics.

POSTGRADUATE TEACHING

Apart from teaching the trainees, since April 1997, I have been lecturing on various international limb reconstruction courses, meetings and other venues, as well as local arthroscopy and all knee related topics and courses.

PUBLICATIONS

Diagnosis and treatment of sprains of the lateral ligament of the ankle. MChOrth Thesis. Submitted to the Faculty of Medicine, University of Alexandria, 1983.

A simple technique for anterior stress radiography in sprains of the lateral ligament of the ankle. Egyptian Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery, 1984.

A simple technique for varus stress radiograpy of the ankle. Submitted for publication. EJOS

A video assessment of neo-natal hip testing. A poster presentation, The Faculty of Medicine Annual Research Meeting. The Queen’s University Belfast. El-Shazly M, Trainor B, Walker PE, and Kernohan WG, 8th May 1992.

Kerbohan WG, Trainor BP, Walker PE, El-Shazly M. A video assessment of neonatal hip testing. Proc Faculty of Medicine, QUB, Research Meeting 1992; p 92.

Reliability of the Barlow and Ortolani tests for neo-natal hip instability. El-Shazly M, Trainor B, Kernohan WG, Turner I, Haugh PE, Johnson AF, Mollan RAB, Journal of Medical Screening 1994; 1(3):165-8.

Intramedullary nailing for tibial non-union. El-Shazly M, McNally M, Sharland M, McCoy G. Submitted for publication and read at the BOA Meeting, Nottingham, September 1994.

Kernohan WG, Trainor PE, El-Shazly M. Watching doctors doing hip testing. To the Ulster Biomedical Engineering Society and the Association of Physical Scientists in Medicine Meeting 8 – 10th May 1992.

El-Shazly M, Saleh M, Coulton L,  Andrew G, Hannon R, Eastell R. Are nonunions completely indolent? A histological & Biochemical investigation. J Bone Joint Surg 1999; 81-B suppl I: 84.

El-Shazly M, Dalby-Ball J, Burton M, Saleh M. The use of trans-articular and extra articular external fixation for management of distal tibial intra-articular fractures. J Bone joint Surg 1999; 81-B suppl III: 275-6.

El-Shazly M,  Saleh M. Displacement of the common peroneal nerve associated with upper tibial fracture: Implications for fine wire fixation – A case report & anatomical study. El-Shazly M, Saleh M. Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma 2002; 16(3):204-7.

El-Shazly M, Boaler D, Walters S, Saleh M. The Position Control Device. A simple device for accurate positioning in lower limb radiography. Submitted for publication.

Saleh M, El-Shazly M. The Sheffield Hybrid Fixator in the management of trauma: Design considerations and clinical experience. In: Orthofix External Fixation. Eds: De Bastiani G, Apley AG, Goldberg A. Springer-Verlag London Ltd 2000.

Saleh M, El-Shazly M, Ali A, McGregor-Riley J. Utilisation du Fixateur Externe de Sheffield en traumatologie. Technique Operatoire. Maitrise Orthopedique 2000; 99:4-8

El-Shazly M, Dalby-Ball J, Burton M, Saleh M. The use of trans-articular and extrarticular external fixation for management of distal tibial intra-articular fractures. Injury, Int J. Care Injured 2001; 1578: 1-7.

Misra R, Strover A, El-Shazly M.  Intra-articular protrusion of malpositioned Transfix implant following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.  Arthroscopy 2006; 22(2): 226.

Pacheco RJ, El-Shazly M, Saleh M. Neutralization treatment of pilon fractures with the Sheffield ring fixator. J Bone & Joint Surg. Orthopaedic Proceedings March 2008 90-B: 20. http://www.bjjprocs.boneandjoint.org.uk/content/90-B/SUPP_I/20.2

Lodhi Y, Durve K, El-Shazly M. Lateral Release in middle aged to elderly population with patellofemoral OA: Long term follow up. J Bone Joint Surgery 2010; proceedings 92-B: 539. http://www.bjjprocs.boneandjoint.org.uk/content/92-B/SUPP_IV/539.3.abstract

 

LECTURES & PRESENTATIONS

Elbow reconstruction procedures. Presentation for Higher Surgical Training, Musgrave Park Hospital, Belfast, 14 November 1990.

Fracture of the upper tibial metaphysis in children. An innocent fracture? Presented to the Surgical Society Meeting, Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast, 1990.

Classification and external fixation in pelvic fractures. Presented at the Higher Surgical Training Teaching Session, Musgrave Park Hospital, Belfast, 1992.

Risks of delay in surgery for femoral neck and pertrochanteric fractures. Presented to the monthly Audit Meeting, Ulster Hospital, Dundonald, Belfast, 1992.

The incidence of ARDS and delay in surgery for the polytrauma patient. Presented to the monthly Audit Meeting, Belfast City Hospital, 1992.

The use and abuse of Antibiotics for surgical prophylaxis. Presented to the Scientific Society Meeting, Alexandria University Students’ Hospital, 5 April 1995.

The Plica Syndrome. Presented by Mr A.E. Strover to the Annual FA Sports Medicine Meeting, Lillieshall, 8 October 1995.

24-25 Nov 1995 Arthroscopic Knee Surgery Course
Droitwich Knee Clinic
Instructor at workshop

9-10 April 1997 Instructor: Orthofix Intermediate Course. Lecture & workshop: Wrist Fractures: the role of external fixation using trans-articular techniques.

13-14 Oct 1997 Instructor: Orthofix Intermediate course: Lecture &
Workshop: Management of Distal Tibial Fractures. Northern General Hospital Sheffield.
          
21 Nov 1997 Instructor: Orthofix Nurses Course Workshop
Northern General Hospital, Sheffield.
21-22 April 1998 Instructor: Orthofix Nurses Course Workshop, Northern General Hospital, Sheffield.

21-22 May 1998 Instructor: Orthofix Advanced Course on Trauma &
Orthopaedics.  Verona, Italy. Lecture: The Sheffield Hybrid System in Plateau & Pilon Fractures.

29-30 June 1998 Course Organiser & Instructor: Intermediate Course on
External Fixation: Northern General Hospital Sheffield. Lectures & Workshops:
1. Distal Tibial Fracture Management,
2. Wrist Fractures: the role of external fixation using trans-articular techniques.

23-25 Sept 1998 Biological Activity of Nonunions: Podium  presentation, International Society for Fracture Repair. Strasbourg.

23-25 Sept 1998 A new Position Control Device for lower limb Radiography. Poster presentation, nominated for best poster prize presented at podium. International Society for Fracture Repair. Strasbourg.

6-9 Oct 1998 The use of Tansarticular and Extraarticular External Fixation for Management of Intraarticular Distal Tibial Fractures. Podium presentation. British Limb Reconstruction Society session, BOA/IOA meeting,  Dublin.

6-9 Oct 1998 The use of a Position Control Device for precise orientation in tibial Radiographs. Poster presentation. BOA/IOA meeting,  Dublin.

5-6 Oct 1998 Are nonunions completely indolent? A histological and biochemical investigation. Poster presentation. First joint conference of the British Orthopaedic Research society & the section of bioengineering, Royal academy of Medicine in Ireland at the Royal college of Surgeons in Ireland, Dublin.

12-13 Oct 1998 Intermediate Course on External Fixation: Northern General Hospital Sheffield. Lectures & Workshops:
1. Distal Tibial Fracture Management,
2. Wrist Fractures: the role of external fixation using trans-articular techniques.

18-19 Feb 1999 Instructor: Orthofix Advanced Course on Trauma &
Orthopaedics.  Verona, Italy.
1. Lecture: The Sheffield Hybrid Fixator in the treatment of tibial plateau and pilon fractures.
2. Lecture: The Limb Reconstruction System in nonunions and malunions. Acute correction templates and progressive correction clamps.
3. Workshop: Bone transport using LRS & other systems

22-23 March 1999 Intermediate Course on External Fixation: Northern General Hospital Sheffield. Lectures & Workshops:
1. Distal Tibial Fracture Management,
2. Wrist Fractures: the role of external fixation using trans-articular techniques.

8-11 April 1999 International Society for Fracture Repair: Workshop: Oxford: The monitoring of fracture healing.
Invited presentation: Biochemical markers in nonunion.

26 April 1999 Basic lecture to Nurses on Nonunion& Fracture Repair
Northern General Hospital

10-11 May 1999 British Limb Reconstruction Society meeting, Belfast.
Presentation: Arthrofibrosis of the knee following limb reconstruction – a preliminary report.

2-3 June 1999 Orthofix International Course on Trauma and Orthopaedics, Northern General Hospital, Sheffield,
Lecture: The trans-articular technique in the treatment of tibial pilon fractures.

28 June 1999 Sheffield Fine Wire Course: Northern General Hospital.
Keynote Lecture: Use of the Sheffield Hybrid Frame in Complex Trauma and Orthopaedics.
Workshop: Application of the Sheffield hybrid Frame for tibial plateau fractures.

6-7 Sept 1999 Orthofix Advanced Course on Trauma & Orthopaedics. Lectures:
1. Design rationale and biomechanical principles of the
Sheffield Hybrid Fixator.
2. The Sheffield Hybrid Fixator in the treatment of
tibial plateau and pilon fractures.
Current concepts in adult limb reconstruction.
& Workshops:
1. Wire insertion in the tibia.
2  The Sheffield Hybrid Fixator in the treatment of tibial plateau and pilon fractures.
3. The Limb Reconstruction System.

11 & 12 Sept 1999 Basic arthroscopy course: Droitwich Knee clinic
Instructor practical workshop with practical demonstration of meniscal suture and presentation on patellofemoral problems.

9 Feb 2000 Visiting consultant to Police Hospital and Roosevelt Centre for paediatric reconstruction, Bogota Columbia

10 – 12 Feb 2000  First Course on External fixation, Cali, Colombia. Invited international guest speaker. Key-note lectures:
1. Use of the Sheffield Hybrid Frame in Trauma and Limb Reconstruction.
2. Current concepts in management of Pilon Fractures.
3. Principles of limb deformity correction
4. External fixation in the management of distal radial fractures.

Workshops on application of the Sheffield Hybrid Frame

18 –19 Feb 2000 Invited lecturer. Cologne Bone and Joint Course. Cologne, Germany. Convener: Prof Dietmar Pennig
Lectures:
1. Use of the Sheffield Hybrid Frame in Trauma and Limb Reconstruction
2. Lower Limb Deformity Correction
3. Workshop: application of Sheffield Hybrid Frame in tibial plateau fractures

10-14 May 2000 The Third Riva Congress:  Riva Del Garda, Italy: 2 papers presented:
1. Useful biochemical markers in non-union
2. Use of the Sheffield Hybrid System for tibial pilon fractures.

17-19 August 2000 Invited international guest speaker: ASAMI   International Congress on external fixation. Pousada do
Rio Quente, Brasil.
Lectures:
1. External fixators for fractures of the
distal radius
2. The treatment of tibial pilon fractures using
monolateral and circular fixators
3. Use of the Sheffield Hybrid Fixator for
trauma and reconstruction
21 – 22 Sept 2000 Orthofix advanced Course, Verona, Italy.
Invited lecturer and workshop instructor.
Lectures:
1. The Sheffield Hybrid Fixator in the treatment of
Tibial Plateau Fractures
2. Tibial Pilon Fractures treated with external fixation.
Trans-articular and extra-articular applications
3. Current Concepts in Adult Limb
Reconstruction

Workshops:
1. Application of the Sheffield Hybrid
Fixator
2. Application of the LRS acute correction templates,   demonstration of the application of the LRS   Micrometric Correction Clamps

13-14 Oct 2000 Strover AE, El-Shazly M. Meniscal Allografts: The
Droitwich Experience. Presented at the Nottingham
Knee Symposium by Mr AE Strover

17 Nov 2000 Invited guest lecturer. Department of Orthopaedics, University of Nantes:
Lectures:
1. Biological Activity of Nonunions – implications    on management
2. The Sheffield Hybrid Frame in Trauma & Limb     Reconstruction.
26-27 Feb 2001 American ASAMI meeting (Association for the study of
the methods of Ilizarov) International Congress on
External fixation Meeting 26-27 February, San
Francisco
Paper presented:
The Sheffield Hybrid Fixator in Tibial Pilon Fractures

1 March 2001 Meniscal Allograft Study Group: San Francisco
Paper presented: Meniscal Allografts: The Droitwich Experience

21 March 2001 Knee Ligament Injuries in Skiing: Lecture presented to the Midlands Ski Club, Birmingham

9 – 10 April 2001 Orthofix Seminar on the Sheffield Hybrid Fixator, Northern General Hospital, Sheffield.  Invited speaker and workshop demonstrator: Lectures:
1.  Fine Wire Techniques: Insertion and safe corridors
followed by workshop
2.  Management of Pilon Fractures

18 April 2001 Principles and pre-operative planning in Total Knee Arthroplasty: lecture given at Exactech TKR meeting, Stratford

28 – 29 May 01 Invited guest lecturer and workshop instructor at the Orthofix advanced course, Verona. Lectures & workshops given:

  • The Sheffield Hybrid System in Tibial Plateau & Pilon Fractures
  • Nonunions & deformity correction
  • Workshop: Application of the Sheffield Hybrid Frame
  • Workshop: The Limb Reconstruction System: acute correction templates and micrometric clamps

22 June 2001 Lecture at HST meeting, Leicester Royal Infirmary: Meniscal allografts: literature review and the Droitwich experience

20 – 21 Sep 01 Invited guest lecturer and workshop instructor at the Orthofix advanced course, Verona

8 – 11 Oct 01 Instructor Basic arthroscopy courses Droitwich KneeFoundation

2 Feb 02 Nurses Study day. Droitwich Knee Foundation.
Lecture: The Patellofemoral Joint: Anatomy & surgical procedures

13 Feb 02 Lecture to Midland Ski Club: The Patellofemoral joint

6 – 7 May 02 Invited Lecturer at Orthofix Advanced Course Verona.
Lectures: The Sheffield Ring Fixator: Application in Tibial Plateau & Pilon Fractures
The management of non-union and malunion
Workshop: Application of the Sheffield Ring Fixator in Plateau Fractures

10 – 11 June 02 Limb Lengthening & Reconstruction Society Meeting (ASAMI – North America) 12th annual scientific meeting, Dallas, Texas Poster: Rotational deformity correction using new rotation hinges & podium presentation

19 June 02 Midland Problem Knee Club Meeting. Hosted & chaired at the Droitwich Knee Clinic & 2 case presentations

11 Oct 02 Issues of Knee Arthroplasty Course.  Droitwich Knee Clinic. Lecture given: Issues in Knee replacement design

18 Oct 02 Invited Lecturer at Orthofix Advanced Course Verona.
Lectures:
The Sheffield Ring Fixator: Application in Tibial
Plateau & Pilon Fractures
Workshop: Application of the Sheffield Ring Fixator in Plateau Fractures

6 Nov 02 Seminar on Limb Reconstruction including complex fractures. Sheffield. Lectures: Fine wire insertion and safe corridors
Tibial Pilon fractures

18 Dec 02 Annual International Congress of the Egyptian Orthopaedic Association. Cairo. Podium presentation:
Use of the Sheffield Ring Fixator in Tibial Pilon Fractures.

5 May 03 Orthofix Advanced International course on Trauma & orthopaedics. Invited Lecturer: Lectures:
1.  The Sheffield Ring Fixator: application in tibial
plateau and pilon fractures.
2.  Correction of deformities using the Sheffield Ring
Fixator and workshop: Application of Sheffield Ring
fixator in Plateau Fractures

18-19 Jun 03 Optetrak Knee Replacement Meeting, Worcester. Co- convener and lecturer: Revision Knee Replacement

30 Jul 03 International Limb Reconstruction Seminar. Sheffield. Invited lecturer. Lecture: Rotational and Translational corrections using the Sheffield Ring Fixator.

9 Oct 03 Seminar on The Sheffield Ring Fixator. Invited lecturer: Lecture: Rotational Correction

13 Oct 03 Orthofix Course on Complex Trauma: Invited lecturer: Lecture: The use of a circular frame in tibial plateau fractures.
Workshop: Plateau fracture treated with a circular frame

7-8 Nov 03 The Cologne Bone & Joint course. A masterclass seminar. Invited lecturer: Complex leg lengthening: combined technique

21 Feb 04 Hand, Foot & Knee study for nurses: Lecture: Modern Limb reconstruction: The biological way

22 Apr 04 Anterior Knee Pain: Lecture to Organisation of Chartered Physiotherapists in Private Practice: Cotswold Physiotherapy Centre. Cheltenham.

28 Apr 04 Hosting and case presentations Midland Problem Knee Club meeting, Droitwich Knee Foundation

6 May 04 Orthofix Advanced Course: Verona. Invited Lecturer:
Distal third tibial fractures: the role of external fixation
Planning and deformity correction
+ Workshops: Pilon fractures using Hybrid fixation
Deformity correction in the tibia with a circular frame

26 Jun 04 Acute Knee Course: lectures and workshops:
History and clinical examination, case scenarios & discussions

7 Jul 04 Lecture to Physio evening meeting:
The Anterior Cruciate Ligament

14 Sep 04 Orthofix Advanced Course: Verona: Invited lecturer:
Lectures and workshops

14 Mar 05 Orthofix Advanced Course: Verona: Invited lecturer:
Distal third tibial fractures: the role of external fixation
Planning and deformity correction
Workshop: Circular frame for deformity correction in the tibia

5 May 05 North Staffordshire International External Fixation Course: invited lecturer: Frame assembly and Fine wire insertion: lecture and workshop

7-8 Jun 05 Optetrak Knee Meeting: Droitwich Knee Foundation: Host & lecturer including live link surgery. Lecture: The valgus knee literature review and case studies

17 Sep 05 ACL study day for physios: lectures:
History & clinical examination
Indications for surgery
update on surgery

7 Oct 05 The complete Knee for physios: invited lecturer: Knee Foundation. Lecture: Interpretation of XRs & MRIs

26 Nov 05 Acute Knee Course: lectures and workshops:
History and clinical examination, case scenarios & discussions

15 Dec 05 Orthofix advanced course Verona: invited lecturer:
distal third tibia: the role of external fixation
Workshop: Distal tibial fracture

11 Mar 06 Knee Foundation Acute Knee Course: lectures and workshops:
History and clinical examination, case scenarios & discussions

30 Mar 06 Knee Foundation Arthroscopic Knee Surgery Workshop

 1 June 06 Knee Foundation Arthroscopic Knee Surgery Workshop

6 – 7 July 06 The Knee ………all you need to know!  Knee Foundation, Droitwich

4 – 5 Sep 06 Orthofix Limb Reconstruction Course  Verona:  invited lecturer:  Planning for Deformity Correction including practical session;  Angular & Rotational Deformities in the Femur;  Acute Deformity Correction and Lengthening using Monolateral External Fixation (Practical session)

23 September 06 Knee Foundation ACL Study Day

28 September 06 Knee Foundation Arthroscopic Knee Surgery Workshop

11 November 06 Knee Foundation, Acute Knee Course:  ‘History, Clinical Examination and Diagnosis – Patient Perspective’.

23 February 07 Knee Foundation Course: The Knee- all you need to know

28 March 07 Knee Foundation Basic Knee Arthroscopy Workshop

30 June 07 Knee Foundation ACL Study Day

27 September 07 Knee Foundation Basic Knee Arthroscopy Workshop

13 October 07 Knee Foundation. The Knee, All You Need to Know

31 October 07 Knee Foundation Basic Knee Arthroscopy Workshop

10 Nov 07 Knee Foundation Acute Knee Course

16 Nov 07 International Limb Reconstruction Meeting at the Knee Foundation Droitwich: convener & host / lecturer.

Mar 2008: BOA (British Orthopaedic Association) annual meeting. Pacheco RJ, El-Shazly M, Saleh M. Neutralization treatment of pilon fractures with the Sheffield ring fixator. J Bone & Joint Surg. Orthopaedic Proceedings March 2008 90-B: 20.
http://www.bjjprocs.boneandjoint.org.uk/content/90-B/SUPP_I/20.2

13 Nov 08 Exactech Meeting Sudeley Castle:  Management of the Valgus Knee

14 Nov 08 Orthofix Meeting Verona Italy:  Joint deformity The Hemicallotasis Technique

6 February 2009 Droitwich Knee Clinic 20th Anniversary Meeting :  lecturing

28 March 2009 Knee Foundation Acute Knee Course held at Worcester Hospital Charles Hastings Post graduate Centre

April 25 – 26 2009 XVIII International Congress on Sports Rehabilitation and Traumatology Bologna Italy:  ‘Microfracturing & high tibial osteotomy for medial compartment osteoarthrosis’.

21 May 2009 Knee Foundation Intermediate Arthroscopy Course: partial meniscectomies and chondroplasty Seminar Room Worcestershire Royal Hospital Education Centre

3 – 5 June 2009 10th EFORT Congress Vienna:  Presentation on Lateral Release: Lodhi Y, Durve K, El-Shazly M. Lateral Release in middle aged to elderly population with patellofemoral OA: Long term follow up. J Bone Joint Surgery 2010; proceedings 92-B: 539. http://www.bjjprocs.boneandjoint.org.uk/content/92-B/SUPP_IV/539.3

24 October 2009 Acute Knee Course Charles Hastings Post Graduate Centre at Worcestershire Royal Hospital

10 May 2010 The Sporting Knee for Physiotherapists, Knee Foundation, Droitwich

July 2010: British Association for Surgery of the Knee: Poster presentation |

Early Results Of High Tibial Osteotomy Using Hemicallotasis Combined With Microfracturing For Medial Compartment Osteoarthritis Of The Knee

KR Durve, PR Padala, M El-Shazly, O Schindler
J Bone & Joint Surg Orthopaedic Proceedings July 2010 92-B: 417

July 2010: British Limb Reconstruction Society: Podium presentation

Early Results Of High Tibial Osteotomy Using Hemicallotasis Combined With Microfracturing For Medial Compartment Osteoarthritis Of The Knee

YHK Lodhi, KR Durve, PR Padala, M El-Shazly, O Schindler
J Bone & Joint Surg Orthopaedic Proceedings July 2010 92-B:404.

12-13 May 2011 2nd International Advances in Knee Arthroplasty – London

25 May 2011 Acute Knee for Physios, hosted @ Droitwich Knee Clinic

6 July 2011   Limb Reconstruction: Joint preservation. Patient Information Evening: Knee Foundation: hosted at DKC

28.9.11    Knee instability for Physios: DKC

23.11.11 Cartilage Repair for Physios: DKC

30.1.12    Soft Tissue Injuries of Knee: Rationalisation of investigation and referrals. Malvern Health Centre

7.3.12   Joint preservation: Droitwich Spa Hospital

8.3.12 Acute Knee: Rationalisation of investigation and referrals
GP lecture, Broadway

25.4.12   Midland Problem Knee Club Meeting: case presented

17.5.12    Midlands Knee Controversies: Invited lecture:
Rotational osteotomy for AKP and PF instability

11.7.2012   Lecturing: Physio & GP Education Evening, DKC

12.9.2012   Lecturing: Physio & GP Education Evening, DKC

19.10.2012   Lecturing: PG training ROH: Osteotomies around the knee

14.11.2012   Lecturing: Physio & GP Education Evening, DKC

30.1.2013   Midland Problem Knee Club Meeting: case(s) presented

13.2.2013   Lecturing: Physio & GP Education Evening, DKC
Topic: High Tibial Osteotomy

8.5.2013   Lecturing: Physio & GP Education Evening, DKC
Topic: Anterior Cruciate ligament

3.10.2013   Lecturing: Acute Knee course: Worcester Warriors

18.10.2013 Lecture: Acute Knee for Radiologists Royal London Hospital

13.11.2013   Physio & GP Education Evening, DKC
Topic: The unstable Patella

22.1.2014   Midland Problem Knee Club Meeting: case presented

23.3.2014   Consensus document meeting on cartilage repair –
Paper submitted for publication

5.4.2014   FRCS Teaching Sandwell Hospital:
Lecture on osteotomy around the knee

21, 22.5.2014 Midlands Current Concepts in Knee Surgery: Annual International Meeting: Worcester Warriors: Faculty: two talks given:

  • Knee Replacement Surgery without tourniquet:

15 years of experience, results and outcomes

  • Nerve blocks for Knee replacement

3.6.2014 Physio & GP Education Evening, DKC
Topic: Lower Limb Reconstruction

4-6.6.2014 EFORT Biennial Congress: (European Federation of National Associations of Orthopaedics and Traumatology),
Excel Arena London
Co-author in podium presentation: Trochlear lesions

25.6.2014   Physio & GP Education Evening, DKC
Topic: Meniscal Injury

26.6.2014   Lecturing at Anterior Cruciate Ligament Course:
Worcester Warriors Stadium

25.7.2014   PG Training: Royal Orthopaedic Hospital Birmingham
Lecture: Osteotomy around the knee

24.9.2014   Knee Foundation Physio & GP Educational program:
Lecture: Anterior knee pain

5.12.2014   Naughton Dunn Club: Birmingham Children’s Hospital
Presentation on Osteonecrosis (co-author)

Recurring courses and regular teaching commitments:

Clinical & audit meetings: monthly

PROJECTS:

Radiological, Histological and Biochemical Characteristics of Non-Unions. Thesis in preparation for MD degree. University of Sheffield.

Biological activity of nonunions:
A study including histological, histochemical, histomorphometric and biochemical characteristics of human nonunions and comparison to radiological parameters. Thirty-seven patients recruited. Potential for several publications. Presentations to date: at the sixth meeting of the International Society for Fracture Repair in Strasbourg (September 1998), Combined BORS meeting Dublin October 1998, Combined BOA/IOA meeting, ISFR workshop, Oxford April 1999, in addition to local research meetings and research lectures to Nurses, Northern General Hospital. (Details below, under presentations)

ON-GOING PROJECTS

The value of arthroscopic joint debridement for Grade IV OA of the knee

The value of lateral retincacular release with established grade IV end stage patellofemoral OA.

Minimally invasive biological high tibial osteotomy using hemicallotasis with extensive microfracturing in advanced medial compartment OA.

Trochlear lesions: an arthroscopic and MRI study

Spontaneous osteonecrosis.

The partially injured ACL

Grants:

Title: Biological and Histological Characteristics of Nonunion.
Awarding Body: Northern General Hospital Research Committee
Amount: £4980.
Date: November 1997
Status: Awarded

Title: Biological Activity of nonunions
Awarding Body: Wishbone Trust, British Orthopaedic Association
Amount: £25000
Status: Awarded
Date: July 1998

OTHER INTERESTS AND ACTIVITIES

Tennis: I held several University titles between 1970 & 1973 and competed at National level for several years, both as junior and during my college years.
Also involved in junior coaching and later founding member and Club Secretary of Alexandria Cricket Club (Tennis).
Organised several tournaments at National level (1973 – 1977).
Member of Umpire Committee, Alexandria International Championships (1974-1976)
Represented Queens’ University Belfast in the Open League Championships (1991-1993).

Photography. (landscapes and medical)

Hill walking, cycling.

Drama: Participated in School plays and in plays set up by the English Language Department, University of Alexandria.

LANGUAGES: I speak fluent Arabic & English, good French & fair German

RESUME

Very soon after I started my internship, I realised that I was keen on a surgical speciality. The first available opportunity was in Orthopaedics at the Alexandria University Students’ Hospital. This is a small (110 beds at the time) hospital with a strong tradition in care for sports injuries. As, at the time, I myself was heavily involved in sports, this tied in with my interests and I quickly became comfortable with a broad spectrum of knee injuries. At that stage, open menisectomies were still practised as were various extra-articular reconstructions for Anterior Cruciate Ligament injuries, including pes ansereni transfers etc. This was in addition to some Orthopaedics and trauma.

It was not until I joined the Army for my statutory military service, that I was exposed to more serious trauma. Following a short period of military training I was lucky to train with Gen/ Dr Samy Mansour FRCS, (now Professor Mansour) a local pioneer in hip surgery in Alexandria. With him I saw my first total hip replacements.

Across the street from the General Military Hospital in Alexandria was the Hadara University Hospital with 320 Orthopaedic & trauma beds. This was the major tertiary referral centre from all of the north Coast and the northern half of the Nile Delta. When not on duty, I would go across to attend meetings, ward rounds etc. I finally managed to secure a visiting residency there, at first on part-time basis but eventually full time. There, I was exposed to long hours of backbreaking work, many sleepless nights in a row. It was well worth it, however. As many who have trained there in that era, will vouch, the experience one can gain there is priceless. The take system was one week in three. During the take, I would be resident in the hospital round the clock. The number of trauma admissions was always more than theatre lists or human resources could cope with. A large number were treated conservatively on traction etc. I was also exposed to the treatment of Acute and Chronic Osteomyelitis, some tuberculosis and a considerable amount of deformity corrections for Polio etc. One of the surgeons I trained with, there was the late Professor Abdel-Razzak. He was the first to pioneer scoliosis surgery in Egypt. His other interest was hand surgery and I was later to work quite closely with him at El-Mouassat Hospital, where he also performed most of his private surgery.

In October 1983, a few months after passing my MChOrth(Alex) exams, I secured a permanent post as Specialist in Orthopaedic Surgery at the Alexandria University Students’ Hospital, where I continued to cultivate my interests in sports injuries. I was impressed by the disabling chronic instability of the ankle amongst top level football and basketball players and performed a series of lateral ligament repairs having developed a non-invasive technique for radiological diagnosis of complete tears (MChOrth thesis). The results were extremely encouraging. At that early stage I was also involved in the day to day management of trauma and had a particular interest in osteosynthesis using AO techniques. Apart from this I performed a number of femoral and tibial lengthenings using mainly the Wagner Technique (and others later including callotasis), in addition to lower limb deformity corrections.

The AO course in Davos in 1984, was my first real exposure to theinternational community of Orthopaedic surgeons, meeting such eminent people as Martin Allgower, the late Hans Willeneger, Roli Jacob, Joe Schatzker, Charles Rockwood Jr (who was the guest speaker that year) and many others. It was Professor Allgower, who, knowing my interests in knee surgery, helped arrange for my AO Fellowship in 1986 with Werner Muller outside Basel. There quite apart from the trauma, I was also exposed to a large number of ACL reconstructions as well as my first real exposure to arthroscopic surgery with Roger Baumgartner. I also took the opportunity to visit several AO centres in Switzerland and Southern Germany, meeting Maurice Muller and Professor Ganz in Bern, Professor Morscher in Basel, Professor Gschwend and Dr Steiger in Zurich and Professor Magerl in St Gallen. I also visited a number of surgeons with an interest in knee surgery such as Roli Jakob in Bern and Dr Munzinger in Zurich. Meeting with Professor Weber in St Gallen fired my interest in the management of difficult nonunions and later in the biology of fracture healing.

It was in 1989, having gained considerable experience with AO techniques, that I commenced my training in the UK, mostly in Belfast. There, apart from general Orthopaedics and trauma, I became adept in techniques of intramedullary nailing as well as arthroplasty of knees and hips. In this respect, the training there complemented my past experience nicely. There I was exposed to the vast Belfast experience in trauma management, in general and polytrauma in particular. My interest in complex trauma continued ever since.

During my training in the UK, I was always keen on staying abreast of recent advances in my other main interests. I therefore attended a large number of courses on various subjects, such as knee surgery but also nurturing my interests in lower limb reconstructive surgery and external fixation, which I had developed from my past experience with Polio patients.

During my training in Belfast, I used my annual leave to spend six weeks as locum Senior Registrar to Mr Anthony Hall at Charing Cross. There, and also assisting him at his private sessions, I saw his techniques in arthroscopic ACL reconstruction. Later in 1995 I took a four month fellowship at the Droitwich Knee Clinic, with Mr Angus Strover and others. There as well as exposure to a large number of arthroscopic reconstructions and meniscal repairs, I developed an interest in patellofemoral problems and learnt more techniques of dealing with them in a more scientific fashion, often guided by isokinetic testing (KinCom).

During a short period back in Egypt, apart from initiating a Sports Injury Clinic at Alexandria University, I was instrumental in the set up of a new dedicated theatre suite including up to date digital arthroscopic equipment and motorised instruments, as well as equipment for documentation.

My interest in lower limb reconstruction and complex trauma was maintained throughout this period. Apart from courses, including the Ilizarov Basic Course, I visited Maurizio Catagni in Lecco, Italy for one week. This as well as other visits helped my practice both in Egypt and later in the UK.

Duties of Previous Post:

As Honorary Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, at the Northern General Hospital in Sheffield, I had taken charge of the day to day management of trauma for the academic unit. Working in close association with Professor Michael Saleh, I have learnt a large number of different external fixation techniques in very complex situations. I took part in the running of the Adult Limb Reconstruction Service, with one clinic and one to two theatre sessions weekly, apart from my trauma list.

Within the broad spectrum of complex trauma, I have developed a special interest in complex distal tibial fractures including the management of Pilon fractures with minimally invasive techniques and similarly in the treatment of complex tibial plateau fractures. This combined with my past experience with reconstructive surgery of the lower limb and lengthening for Polio patients and in the treatment of Chronic Osteomyelitis has made my work with the Sheffield Limb Reconstruction Service all the more fruitful and enjoyable.

I also handled the day to day administration of clinical matters relating to the academic unit including trauma and limb reconstruction. Running of the weekly audit meetings for the academic unit and participation in the six-weekly Orthopaedic Division meeting were part of my routine duties.

My academic duties as Senior Lecturer included organising the undergraduate student courses, at this difficult time of change. These included fourth year and final year students. Arranging their timetable and curriculum for tutorials as well as teaching them personally (one to two hours per week) and arranging and participating in their assessments at the end of each module. I have always enjoyed teaching tremendously, whether under or postgraduate.

Past Professional Memberships

1.    SICOT Membership

2.    BESS

Training Courses Completed

1.     Oxford Uni-compartmental Knee Replacement course, Oxford, 5-6 July 2004

2.     Shoulder Arthroscopy course, London, 23-24 April 2004.

3.     Newcastle Knee Injuries course, 13-14, May 2004.

4.     International Shoulder course, Austria, 2-5 June, 2004.

5.     The Knee Arthroplasty, Summer University, Edinburgh September 2003.

6.     The Hip Arthroplasty, The Mariott, Worsley, Manchester, October 2003.

7.     The Hand Surgery course- Wrightington, Sept-2001.

8.     Basic Sciences in Orthopaedics, Bristol, June-2002.

9.     Paediatric Orthopaedic course, Dublin, October 2002.

10.  Current controversies in trauma, Dublin, October 2001.

11.  Bone Graft Substitutes in trauma, Aspen, Colorado, May 2001.

12.  Debates about Hip Replacement, Bristol, Nov 2001.

13.  AAOS, San Francisco, Feb 2001.

14.  Musculoskeletal MRI Symposium, Dublin, March 2000.

15.  ATLS, Dublin, May-1999 (Reverified Sept 2003)

16.  Shoulder Arthroscopy, Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin, October 1998.

17.  Basic AO, Leeds, June-1998.

18.  Knee Arthroscopy, Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin, October-1998.

19.  Radiation Protection, Dublin-1996.

20.  Basic Arthroscopic techniques, Bombay, 1994.

 

Upcoming Meetings/Presentations

1.    15-17.05.2016 The Forgotten Joint Replacement, Vienna, Austria (3 Invited Lectures)

2.    18-19.05.2016. Midlands Current Concepts in Knee Surgery: Annual International Meeting: Worcester Warriors: Course convener and Faculty

International Meetings/Presentations

1.     Oxford Uni-compartmental Knee Replacement course, Oxford, 5-6 July 2004

2.     Shoulder Arthroscopy course, London, 23-24 April 2004.

3.     Newcastle Knee Injuries course, 13-14, May 2004.

4.     International Shoulder course, Austria, 2-5 June, 2004.

5.     The Knee Arthroplasty, Summer University, Edinburgh September 2003.

6.     The Hip Arthroplasty, The Mariott, Worsley, Manchester, October 2003.

7.     The Hand Surgery course- Wrightington, Sept-2001.

8.     Basic Sciences in Orthopaedics, Bristol, June-2002.

9.     Paediatric Orthopaedic course, Dublin, October 2002.

10.  Current controversies in trauma, Dublin, October 2001.

11.  Bone Graft Substitutes in trauma, Aspen, Colorado, May 2001.

12.  Debates about Hip Replacement, Bristol, Nov 2001.

13.  AAOS, San Francisco, Feb 2001.

14.  Musculoskeletal MRI Symposium, Dublin, March 2000.

15.  ATLS, Dublin, May-1999 (Reverified Sept 2003)

16.  Shoulder Arthroscopy, Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin, October 1998.

17.  Basic AO, Leeds, June-1998.

18.  Knee Arthroscopy, Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin, October-1998.

19.  Radiation Protection, Dublin-1996.

20.  Basic Arthroscopic techniques, Bombay, 1994.

National Presentations

  1. 16/10/2015 Advanced Knee Arthroplasty Course, Glasgow. (2 Invited lectures), Knee replacement
  2. 2, 3.10.2013 BOA (British Orthopaedic Association) annual meeting, Birmingham, Knee PROMS
  3. 30.6.2012   The Great Debate: Imperial College London, Knee replacement

 

Regional Presentations

1.     27 Apr 05 Hosting and case presentations Midland Problem Knee Club meeting, Droitwich Knee Foundation

2.     10 – 11 Feb 06 British Society for Computer Assisted Surgery meeting: London

3.     7 Oct 05 The complete Knee for physios: Invited Knee lecturer: Knee Foundation. Lecture: Interpretation of XRs & MRIs

Local Presentations

1.     11.9.2015   Knee Lecturing: Physio & GP Education Evening, DKC

2.     02.07.2015. Knee meeting: Medial Pivot knee meeting, Hyatt Regency, Birmingham

3.     24.9.2014   Knee Foundation Physio & GP Educational program:Lecture: Anterior knee pain

4.     6.8.2014   Shoulder Rotator cuff: DKC Physio & GP Educational program

5.     25.6.2014   Knee Physio & GP Education Evening, Droitwich Knee Clinic

6.     3.6.2014 Knee Physio & GP Education Evening, Droitwich Knee Clinic

7.     22.1.2014   Midland Problem Knee Club Meeting: case presented

8.     13.11.2013   Knee Physio & GP Education Evening, Droitwich Knee Clinic

9.     8.5.2013   Lecturing: Knee Physio & GP Education Evening, DKC

10.  13.2.2013   Lecturing: Knee Physio & GP Education Evening, Droitwich Knee Clinic

11.  14.11.2012   Lecturing: Knee Physio & GP Education Evening, Droitwich Knee Clinic KC

12.  12.9.2012   Lecturing: Knee Physio & GP Education Evening, DKC

13.  11.7.2012   Lecturing: Knee Physio  & GP Education Evening, Droitwich Knee Clinic

14.  23.11.11 Knee Cartilage Repair for Physios: DKC

15.  28.9.11    Knee instability for Physios: DKC

16.  6.07.2011   Limb Reconstruction: Joint preservation. Patient Information Evening: Knee Foundation: hosted at Droitwich Knee Clinic

17.  25.05.2011 Acute Knee for Physios, hosted @ Droitwich Knee Clinic

18.  8.3.12 Acute Knee: Rationalisation of investigation and Knee referrals

19.  11.7.2012   Lecturing: Knee Physio & GP Education Evening, DKC

20.  12.9.2012   Lecturing: Knee Physio & GP Education Evening, DKC

21.  19.10.2012   Lecturing: PG training ROH: Osteotomies around the knee

22.  14.11.2012   Lecturing: Knee Physio & GP Education Evening, DKC

23.  13.2.2013   Lecturing: Knee Physio & GP Education Evening, DKC

24.  8.5.2013   Lecturing: Knee Physio & GP Education Evening, DKC

25.  13.11.2013   Knee Physio & GP Education Evening, DKC

26.  10.05.2010 The Sporting Knee for Physiotherapists, Knee Foundation, Droitwich

27.  6.02.2009 20th Anniversary Droitwich Knee Clinic Meeting:  lecturing

28.  30.09.2009 Contribution at Midland Problem Knee Club Meeting hosted at Droitwich Knee Clinic

29.  22.05.2008 Droitwich Knee Clinic, Knee Foundation Arthroscopy Course:  lecturing and workshop

30.  22 – 23.02.07 ‘ The Knee All You Need to Know’  lecturing at course for Physiotherapists,  Knee Foundation, Droitwich Knee Clinic. 

31.  10.11.07 Knee Foundation Acute Knee Course

32.  27.09.07 Knee Foundation Basic Knee Arthroscopy Workshop

33.  30.06.07 Knee Foundation ACL Study Day

34.  28.03.07 Knee Foundation Basic Knee Arthroscopy Workshop

35.  23.02.07 Knee Foundation Course: The Knee- all you need to know 

36.  19.04.06 Midland Problem Knee Club Meeting (contributed)

37.  23.09.06 Knee Foundation ACL Study Day, Droitwich Knee Clinic.

38.  28.09.06 Knee Foundation Arthroscopic Knee Surgery Workshop, DKC.

39.  11.11.06 Knee Foundation, Acute Knee Course, Droitwich Knee Clinic.

40.  17.09.05 ACL study day for physios: lectures:

41. 17 Sep 05 ACL Knee study day for physios: lectures:

42. Oct 05 The complete Knee for physios: invited lecturer: Knee Foundation. Lecture: Interpretation of XRs & MRIs

43. 26 Nov 05 Acute Knee Course: lectures and workshops:

44. 11 Mar 06 Knee Foundation Acute Knee Course: lectures and workshops:

45. 30 Mar 06 Knee Foundation Arthroscopic Knee Surgery Workshop

46. 1 June 06 Knee Foundation Arthroscopic Knee Surgery Workshop

47. 6 – 7 July 06 The Knee ………all you need to know!  Knee Foundation, Droitwich

48. 23 September 06 Knee Foundation ACL Study Day

49. 28 September 06 Knee Foundation Arthroscopic Knee Surgery Workshop

50. 11 November 06 Knee Foundation, Acute Knee Course

51. 23 February 07 Knee Foundation Course: The Knee- all you need to know 

52. 28 March 07 Knee Foundation Basic Knee Arthroscopy Workshop

53. 30 June 07 Knee Foundation Knee ACL Study Day

54. 27 September 07 Knee Foundation Basic Knee Arthroscopy Workshop

55. 13 October 07 Knee Foundation. The Knee, All You Need to Know

56. 31 October 07 Knee Foundation Basic Knee Arthroscopy Workshop

57. 10 Nov 07 Knee Foundation Acute Knee Course. Knee injuries

58.  6.02.2009 Droitwich Knee Clinic 20th Anniversary Meeting :  Knee lecturing

59.  28.03.2009 Knee Foundation Acute Knee Course held at Worcester Hospital Charles Hastings Post graduate Centre

60.  21.05.2009 Knee Foundation Intermediate Knee Arthroscopy Course: Knee partial meniscectomies and chondroplasty Seminar Room Worcestershire Royal Hospital Education Centre

61.  24.10.2009 Acute Knee Course Charles Hastings Post Graduate Centre at Worcestershire Royal Hospital

Publications

BOOK CHAPTERS

  1. Smith W, Moholkar K. “Forearm Non-unions” In the Upper Extremity Trauma, Life Sciences, Marcel and Dekker, New York 2003.
  2. Moholkar K, Ziran B. “ Posterior Acetabular fractures”  In The Pelvic and Acetabular trauma , Marcel and Dekker , New York. To be published in November  2004.
  3. Moholkar K, Ziran B. “Local Complications” In Rockwood and Green`s Fractures in Adults, Lippincott Williams andWilkins, New York. Completed-To be published in December 2004.

 

PUBLICATIONS

  1. Moholkar K, Taylor D, Fenelon G. A safer technique to harvest patellar bone block during Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction. A Biomechanical study on porcine knees. JBJS 2002; 84A10: 1782-87.
  2. Moholkar K, Fenelon G. Normal volume of the foot and ankle .The Foot 2001;11-2: 63-65.
  3. Moholkar K, Corrigan J. Are lawnmower injuries preventable. The Foot 2001; 11-3: 158-9.
  4. Moholkar K, Fenelon G. Diurnal variations of foot and ankle volume. J Foot Ankle Surg. 2001; 40-5: 302-4.
  5. Moholkar K, Y Lodhi, G McCoy. Implant removal in the Orthopaedic Clinics. A patient satisfaction survey. Acta Orthop Belg. 2003 Dec; 69(6):507-9.
  6. Moholkar K, McCoy G. 30 ml Cement Test. Arch Orthop Trauma Surg. 2004 Jul;

124(6):429.

  1. Moholkar K, Corrigan J. An assessment of the effectiveness of pre-operative dental visit – an audit of the elective orthopaedic assessment clinic in relation to dental infection and joint arthroplasty.  Eur J Orthop Surg Traumatol 2004;14- 2: 75 – 79.
  2. Moholkar K, Corrigan J. Lawn-mower injuries in children. Eur J Orthop Surg Traumatol 2004; 14-2: 122-123.
  3. Mc Graw P, Bonvebto B, Moholkar K. Phalangeal intraosseous epidermoid cyst Acta Orthop. Belg., 2004; 70-3:1-3.
  4. Kumar R, Khan R, Moholkar K, Smyth H, Borton D. A rare combination fracture of the neck of femur. Eur J Orthop Surg Traumatol 2001; 11-3, 59-61
  5. Moholkar K, Smyth H. Acute compartment syndrome of the forearm in association with ulnar shortening osteotomy. J Hand Surg -A 2000; 25-2: 358-9.
  6. Moholkar K, Martin D. Simultaneous occurrence of Bado Type-I variant lesion, fracture-separation of the lower ulnar epiphysis and unicortical fracture of the Olecranon. March 2000. E Journal of Hand, 2000.Surgeryhttp://www.leeds.ac.uk/handsurgery/EJHS/ejcurr.htm
  7. Moholkar K, Krishnan J, Sampson B. Self-Surgery: Removal of Ankle Surgical Implants. Medscape Journal 2000.http://www.medscape.com/Medscape/GeneralMedicine/journal/2000 /v02.n05/mgm0901.moho/mgm0901.moho-01.html
  8. Moholkar K, Tamblyn P. Symptomatic Retrosternal Dislocation of the Clavicle. The

Internet Journal of Orthopedic Surgery 2001  http://www.icaap.org/iuicode? 126.1.1.1

  1. Moholkar K, Baj M. Dysplasia Epiphysealis Hemimelica of lateral aspect of the distal ulnar epiphysis. The Internet Journal of Radiology 2001 http://www.icaap.org/iuicode? 126.1.1.1
  2. Moholkar K, Tamblyn P. Metallic wear debris and osteolysis presenting as tumor in cemented total hip arthroplasty. J Arthroplasty 2001; 16-3: 404-7.
  3. Kumar R, Moholkar K, Fenelon G, et al. Management of compound fractures: The Crucial timing of soft tissue coverage by early plastic surgical intervention. Irish Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery and Trauma 2000; 5-2http://www.iol.ie/~rcsiorth/journal/previous.htm
  4. Moholkar K, Mc Coy G. 2 0 Ethilon Test. Orthopaedics 2004.
  5. Moholkar K, O`Sullivan T. Acutrak fixation of comminuted distal radial fractures. Acta Orthop Belg. 2004.
  6. Moholkar K, R Mohan, P Gregoris.  The uses of long gamma nail for stabilization of existing and impending pathological femur fractures- An analysis of 48 cases. Submitted to Acta Belgica  2004.

 

ABSTRACTS PUBLISHED

  1. Moholkar K, Fenelon G. A study to determine the accuracy and reliability of volumetric analysis of the foot and ankle.Ir. J. Med. Sc. Vol. 168-3, 213, 1999.
  2. Moholkar K, Fenelon G. Is filling the femoral entrance hole in Total knee arthroplasty worth an effort? JBJS-B 2000,Orthopaedic proceedings; 83:170.
  3. Moholkar K, Taylor D, Fenelon G. A new and safer technique to harvest patellar bone block during Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction. Irish Journal of Medical Sciences. Ir. J. Med. Sc. Vol. 169-3, 19, 2000.
  4. K Moholkar, J Day, T Meadows et al. Do Paediatric Orthopaedic Hospitals need a new Arthroscope. Retrospective chart review of adolescent knee injuries treated in Booth Hall Children’s Hospital between 1999 and 2003, Injury, 2004.

 

POSTERS PRESENTED

  1. Moholkar K, Fenelon G. Recurrences after Initial Dislocation of the Shoulder – A Retrospective study of 121 patients. EFORT, Brussels, June 3-6, 1999.
  2. Moholkar K, Fenelon G. Diurnal variation of foot and ankle volume. A study on 20 ambulatory and bed bound normal subjects measured by a volumeter. EFORT, Brussels, June 3-6, 1999
  3. Moholkar K, Fenelon G. Recurrences after Initial Dislocation of the Shoulder – A Retrospective study of 121 patients. SECEC, 1999, Hague.
  4. A Sajjad, K Moholkar, G Mc Coy. Urinary Catheterisation and Joint Arthroplasty ISTA September 2001 Symposium Maui, Hawaii.
  5. Moholkar K, Fenelon G. Colles fracture – Should the Rheumatologist have an input? A poster presented at the Irish Soc. of Rheumatology conference held at the Mater Hospital, Dublin, October 1998.

 

ORAL PRESENTATIONS AT PEER REVIEWED MEETINGS

  1. K Moholkar, G Fenelon. A study to determine the accuracy and reliability of volumetric analysis of the Foot and Ankle. Presented at the 5th Annual conference of the Bioengineering Society and the Royal Academy of Medicine of Ireland, at the Tulfarri House, Blessington, Ireland on the 30th January 1999.

 

  1. K Moholkar, G Fenelon. A new and safer technique to harvest patellar bone block during Anterior CruciateLigament Reconstruction. Presented at the conference of the Bioengineering Society and the Royal Academy of Medicine of Ireland, at the Arklow Bay Hotel, Arklow, Ireland, and 6th January 2000.
  2. K Moholkar, J Day, T Meadows et al. Do Paediatric Orthopaedic Hospitals need a new Arthroscope. Presented to the British Trauma Society on 1-10-03 in London.

 

DISSERTATIONS PRESENTED TOWARDS ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

  1. A biomechanical analysis of four different methods of harvesting bone -patellar tendon- bone graft in porcine knees. JBJS 2002, 84A-10, 1782-87. A porcine study to examine the incidence & patterns of fracture after different shapes of patellar bone plugs. A requirement for MCh-Trinity College, Dublin. This project was planned in two stages
  2. a) Studying the properties of porcine cancellous and cortical bone in relation to stress risers.
  3. b) Impact testing the porcine knees after harvesting the bone patella bone graft and loading knee extensor mechanism after harvesting various sizes and shapes of patellar bone grafts – patellar tendon and tibial bone graft. The conclusion drawn at the end

of this project was that round cornered patellar bone plugs are better and safe than the traditional sharp cornered ones.

  1. Diagnostic value of Arthroscopy in the internal derangement’s of the knee-A study of 63 cases. Thesis submitted to University of Bombay in Oct 1993 as a requirement for MS Orthopaedics
  2. Surgical treatment of habitual dislocation of patella- a study of 36 patients. Thesis as a requirement for Fellowship in Orthopedics. Submitted to the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Bombay. As a requirement for FCPS Orthopaedics

 

AUDIT PROJECTS AND LOOP COMPLETED

  1. K Moholkar, J Day, T Meadows et al. A Questionnaire based audit to assess the parental understanding of Botox injection therapy in children with cerebral palsy after verbal explanation. Questionnaires sent out in April 2003
  2. Moholkar K, Y Lodhi, G McCoy. Treating finger tip injuries-Are patients happier if treated in the theatre or the emergency room.
  3. Moholkar K, Corrigan J. An assessment of the effectiveness of a pre- operative dental visit- an audit of the elective orthopaedic assessment clinic in relation to dental infection and joint arthroplasty. Eur J Orthop Surg Traumatol 2004

OTHER INTERESTS

  1. Cricket
  2. Golf
  3. Computer Programming