Dr. Mahmood Ahmad,
MBBS, FCPS, MSc
Dr. Mahmood Ahmad is the Head of Amputee Rehabilitation Services and Classified Specialist at Armed Forces Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine (AFIRM) Rawalpindi. He also serves a supervisor, examiner and a faculty member at The College of Physicians & Surgeons Pakistan (CPSP). He has clinical expertise in Prosthetics and Orthotics, Electrodiagnostics, Orthopedic Medicine and Pain management. He has vast experience in management of Spinal Cord injuries, Stroke and other major disabilities.
Dr. Mahmood Ahmad received his medical degree from Punjab Medical College in 1991. He completed his residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Armed Forces Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine and passed his exit exam in 2003 to become the Fellowship of College of Physicians and Surgeons of Pakistan (FCPS). Later, Dr. Mahmood had opportunity to work on Human Motion Analysis in Austria and worked in world’s renowned amputee rehab program at Walter Reed Army Medical Center Washington D.C. He also went for on-job training (OJT) at Rehabilitation Medicine Department, Royal Melbourne Hospital, Australia.
Dr. Mahmood has vast clinical experience in management of Disabilities. He worked actively in management of spinal cord and other traumatic injuries during 2005 earthquake in Pakistan. He remained an active member of a team to manage these victims at Balakot in following years. He has experience in establishing and managing independent Rehabilitation Medicine departments at various major military centers. He also serves as an Instructor at Armed Forces Post Graduate Medical Institute (AFPGMI).
Dr. Mahmood likes to spend time with his family and enjoys physical fitness activities.
Orthotics & Prosthetics