Profile of Dr. Moazzam Jah

  • Personal Detail
  • Qualification
  • Post Held & Experience Gained
  • Teaching Experience
  • Research
  • Publications

Personal Detail

Name Dr. Moazzam Jah
Address 12, Krishna colony, Near Fatima Hospital, Mahanagar, Lucknow (UP), 226006 India.
Phone +91 94151 40789
Date of Birth 16/11/1972
Gender Male
Dr. Moazzam Jah


Qualification Institution Affiliating Body
MB BS Jawaharlal Nehru Medical college, Raipur, India. Ravishankarshukla University, Raipur, India.
MS (Orthopaedics) N.S.C.B. Medical College, Jabalpur, India. R.D. University Jabalpur, India.
MRCS Part-1 & 2 Royal College of Surgeons of Glasgow. Royal College of Surgeons of Glasgow.

Post Held & Experience Gained

Grade Specialty & Hospital From To Experience Gained
Consultant Department of Orthopaedics. Vivekanand Polyclinic Institute of Medical Sciences, Lucknow July 2012 July 2013 Arthroscopy& Sports Injury
Junior Consultant Department of Orthopaedics. Vivekanand Polyclinic Institute of Medical Sciences, Lucknow Oct 2007 July 2012 Arthroscopy& Sports Injury
Senior Research Associate (Pool Officer) Department of OrthopaedicSurgery, K.G.s' Medical University, Lucknow, (UP), 226001, India 27/07/04 26/07/07 Project : Outcome of surgical management of Hand Injuries.
Experience : Management of mangled hand includingits Orthopaedic, plastic, &rehabilitative management.
This post alsohad full involvement in the Department of Orthopaedics as a Facultywhichincludesteaching in the form of lectures, demontrations and clinics of both undergraduates & postgraduate students, ward rounds, Managing operating theatre, and attending emergencies when on-call.
SHO (6 mths.) Orthopaedics& Trauma Royal Preston Hosp. Fulwood, Preston. 05/02/03 05/08/03 Experience:
• Got MRCS – I & II (Glasg.) in April 2003.
• Knee & Shoulder Arthroscopy.
• Whole range of trauma including Hemiarthroplasties.
• Total Knee & Hip Arthroplasties, Posterior Spinal
• Instrumentation, Foot &Paediatric surgeries,
• Modular Exernal Fixators, Intraarticular injections,
• Management of geriatric patients in ward,
• Management of orthop. emergencies in A&E,
• Managing Fracture &orthopaedic clinic sessions.
Locum SHO (6 Weeks) Orthopaedics & Trauma, Prince Charles Hospital, MerthyrTydfil, South Wales. 23/12/02 04/02/03 Experience:
• Arthroscopy, Hand Surgery, Ankle fixation, TKR & THR
• Attending fracture &orthopaedic clinics & clerking the patients for admission.
• Working in 1:4 on-call rota, got good experience to deal patients in A & E.
• Actively participated in Day-Case surgery doing minor procedures.
Clinical Attachment (6 Weeks) Orthopaedics & Trauma Royal Liverpool Hosp. Liverpool. 11/11/02 23/12/02 Experience:
• Observed In-patient & Out-patient management.
• Attending Ward-rounds, Fracture & Shoulder clinics.
• Observing Shoulder & Elbow surg. especially the arthroscopy.
• Observing protocol for Auditing & Research by attending Audit meetings.
• Participating in academic schedule of the department
Clinical Attachment (6 Weeks) Accident & Emergency Luton & Dunstable Hosp. Luton, Bedfordsire UK 08/10/02 01/11/02 Experience:
• Observed emergency management & referral protocols followed in different specialties while working in NHS & participated in academic schedule.
Clinical Attachment (6 Weeks) Accident & Emergency Luton & Dunstable Hosp. Luton, Bedfordsire UK 12/08/02 20/09/02 Experience:
• Got myself acquainted with the UK-style of working in the wards. Attended the daily trauma meetings.
Registrar (8 mths.) Orthopaedics, NSCB Medical college, Jabalpur, India. 14/09/01 07/05/02 Experience:
• Discectomies, Steffee, CD&Zeta systems of spinal fixation, CTEV(surgical & JESS), Ilizarov for mal & non union.
• Duties mainly involved in-patient management, clinics & preparing theatre list with independent charge in the theatre.
• It demanded high level of responsibility in teaching & full co-ordination with Nursing staff & Physiotherapist.
• Working in 1:3 on-call rota being second on call, I gained good experience in management of whole range of emergency orthopaedics, Hand & Spinal injuries.
SR (7 mths.) Orthopaedics, Bombay Hospital, Mumbai, India. 01/01/01 31/07/01 Experience:
• Having worked in a tertiary referral centre I was exposed to wide variety of surgeries, mainly joint replacement & neglected trauma with independent experience in acute trauma.
• Working as a first on-call in1:3 rota, I was trained to deal with the post-operative patient's in ITU.
SHO (3 Yrs. Training) Orthopaedics, NSCB Medical college, Jabalpur, India. 12/06/97 02/05/2000 Experience:
• Learned the principle of orthopaedics along with basic & emergency orthopaedic surgical skills.
• Working as a first on-call on 1:3 rota with a registrar, I learned the pre & post-op patient assessment protocol.
• I submitted my Thesis during this period.
• It included teaching responsibility to PRHO's & Nursing students along with Audit work.
Internship (PRHO)(1 Year.) Jawaharlal Nehru Medical college, Raipur India. 01/04/1995 31/03/1996 Experience:
• Surgery including Orthopaedics, Obs&Gynae, ENT & Ophthalmology (6 months).
• Medicine including Paediatrics, Dermatology & Community medicine (6 Months).

Teaching Experience

As a Senior Resident/Post P.G. Registrar 7 months at Bombay Hospital, Mumbai.
-8 months at N.S.C.B Medical College, Jabalpur.
As Pool Officer 3 years: Deptt. ofOrthopaedic Surgery, KGMU, Lucknow. July 2004 to July 2007.
As Junior Consultant 4.5 yrs, Deptt. Of Orthopaedics, For Arthroscopy & Sports Medicine. Vivekanand Polyclinic Institute of Medical Sciences, Lucknow. From October 2007 to July 2012.
Consultant Department of Orthopaedics. Vivekanand Polyclinic Institute of Medical Sciences, Lucknow. From July 2012 to July 2013.


Evaluation of management of hand bone fractures by AO mini screws and plates. This was the original work undertaken in the Department of Orthopaedic and Traumatology, Jabalpur, India, which was accepted as my Dissertation for MS in Orthopaedics during my Postgraduate Training.
As a co-supervisorin folowing thesis projects in the department of orthopaedic surgery, k.g's medical university, lucknow, india. A. Management of Impiengement syndrome of shoulder. 2004-2006.
B. Evaluation of role open reduction & internal fixation of fractures of Acetabulum. 2004-2006.
C. Prospective analysis of the outcome of JESS Fixation in the management of fractures of upper end of the Tibia.2005-2007.
D. Retrospective & prospective study of fractures of neck of femur managed by hemi-replacement arthroplasty.2005-2007.
E. Retrospective & prospective study of conservative treatment of congenital clubfoot.2006-2008.
F. Role of electrical stimulation (Pulsed direct current) in difficult non-unions. 2006-2008.


J Bajpai, S shukla, M Jah, A k Singh, M Goel, A Mourya, N Sachdeva: Low grade fibromyxoid sarcoma around the knee involving the proximal end of the tibia and patella: A rare case report. Oncology Letters: Feb. 2014 DOI: 10.3892/ol.2014.1888.
1. Jah M,Raza HKT, Agrawal AC: Internal Fixation of hand bone fractures with AO Minifragment Screws & Plates: A prospective study: J. of Bone & Joint Diseases, vol.19, Dec 2003, 35-41.
2. Jah M, Singh Ajai, Srivastsv RN: Comparitive analysis of efficacy of Piroxicam&Etoricoxib in osteoarthritis of knee. Indian J. of Arthritis, Vol-1, 2004, 101-103.
3. Jah M, Singh Ajai,:Multiple Level Skeletal Tuberculosis Following Potts' Spine: A case Report. Orthopaedic Journal of M.P. Chapter, Vol-14, No-1, 2005, 32-34.
4. Jah M, Singh Ajai, KumarA, KumarS: Invasive form of Aneurysmal Bone Cyst of Diaphysis of Tibia: An unusual Presentation. Orthopaedic Journal of M.P. Chapter, Vol-14, No-1, 2005, 48-52.
5. Jah M, Singh Ajai, Srivastav RN: The Effects of Overtraining in Sports on Endocrine and Immunological Functions: Indian Journal of Physical Therapy and Research.VOl-1, No;1, April 2005.7-8.
6. Jah M, Singh A, Kumar A, Kumar S: Unstable fractures of distal radius; Should we switch over to double frame external fixator: J. of Bone & Joint Diseases, vol.21, Dec 2005, 38-42.
7. Jah M, Singh Ajai, Awasthi S, Anand S, Jain A: A new calcaneal functional outcome scoring system (CFOSS): Evaluation of comminuted intra-articular fractures of calcaneum managed by ligamentotaxis. J. of Foot & Ankle Surgery (India): Vol xxi, (1), July 2006, 42-49.
8. Jah M,Singh Ajai, Srivastav RN, Kumar Ashish: Ligamentotaxis for complex calcaneal fractures using JESS: Indian Journal of Orthopaedics, Vol. 42 (3), 2008, 330-335.