Paediatric Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon
Dr. Ibrar Majid is a Fellowship trained Consultant Paediatric Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon at Al Jalila Children’s whose entire practice is completely dedicated to treating bone and joint problems in children. He was born and schooled in the United Kingdom, and read medicine at the University of London. After graduating as a doctor he undertook surgical training in London, Leicester, Manchester and Liverpool (UK) and Baltimore (USA) before receiving his certification of training (CCT). During this time he also completed an MSc in Orthopaedic Engineering. He is currently a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, as well as a member of the British Society for Children’s Orthopaedic Surgery and the British Orthopaedic Association.
Prior to joining Al Jalila Children’s, Dr. Ibrar held the posts of Consultant Paediatric Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon and Clinical Lead for the Major Trauma Service at the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, United Kingdom. His clinical practice encompassed the full spectrum of paediatric orthopaedics across a tertiary referral centre and a district general hospital where he provided an outreach service. He regularly treats children with fractures and sports injuries, bone and joint infection, DDH, Perthes disease, SCFE, CTEV and other foot and ankle abnormalities, and cerebral palsy. He has a specialist interest in complex and major trauma, and limb deformity surgery. He was also part of a multidisciplinary team of clinicians that saw and treated children with skeletal dysplasia, metabolic bone disease and rare diseases with skeletal manifestations. Away from his daily clinical practice Dr Ibrar has a keen interest in healthcare policy and management. He has been involved in numerous quality improvement and service development programmes, and for the last nine years has served as chairman of the board of trustees of a multinational healthcare NGO.
Dr. Ibrar passionately believes that all children should have access to the best quality of healthcare, and works with his colleagues at Al Jalila Children’s to ensure that each and every child with bone and joint problems is able to reach their maximum potential and live a rich and fulfilling childhood. As a parent himself, he finds no better joy in his work than seeing children recover from injury and disease and return to normal, pain free function.
Clinical Lead, Major Trauma Service, Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, Manchester, United Kingdom, 2017-2019
British Orthopaedic Association Singhal Travelling Fellowship, 2015
Royal College of Surgeons of England Ethicon Foundation Award, 2015
Chairman of a multinational healthcare NGO, 2010-2019