Bones are the putative skeleton of the human body, so it’s important that they’re not broken. Hold on! They actually are the skeleton! That means we need orthopaedic surgery to fix them.
In this episode, Dr Saqib talks about orthopaedic surgery, charitable work and international inequalities in health care.
About the guest speaker
Dr Saqib Noor is an orthopaedic surgeon and creative genius.
Dr Saqib has written a book, Surgery on the Shoulders of Giants, describing his life changing experiences as a surgeon in austere settings (http://mybook.to/SotSog) and has used these experiences to help start a new project dedicated to improving global surgery worldwide – One Surgery (https://one.surgery).
Opening and closing themes by Lily Chen.