We are proud to announce that Dr. Mohamed Abou Koutah, Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon, performed one of the first in the UAE an ankle arthroscopy with a new visualization device using Nano technology developed by Arthrex. The Needle Scope or NanoScope device allowed Dr. Mohamed to evaluate the cartilage as well as remove scar tissue and
Cherbel was diagnosed with Triceps tendon rupture and needed surgery for treatment. Hear from his experience with Orthosports and how we managed to get him back on track.
What is Achilles Tendinopathy? Achilles tendinopathy is commonly known as Achilles tendonitis. It is a condition that causes pain, swelling, stiffness, and weakness of the Achilles tendon that joins your heel bone to your calf muscles. It is thought to be caused by repeated tiny injuries to the Achilles tendon. After each injury, the tendon
Orthosports Medical Center patient Usman Mohammed suffered a knee injury specifically lateral cruciate ligament. He’s undergone platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy.
  Our Physiotherapist, Miranda Mason discusses and demonstrates general exercises for any non-specific neck pain issues.
  Our physiotherapist, Miranda Mason demonstrates back exercises for easing back pain issues.
  A patient who suffered from a complex tear in his lateral meniscus has undergone an Arthroscopic meniscus repair by Doctor Mohamed Abou Koutah from the Orthosports team.
What is a Whiplash Neck Disorder a.k.a. Whiplash Associated Disorder (WAD)? Whiplash associated disorder (WAD) is a term used to describe a group of symptoms caused by a sudden and often rapid movement of the neck. Research has shown that improving understanding and early movement can significantly improve your symptoms. What causes a Whiplash Associated
What is Scoliosis? The term scoliosis comes from the Greek word ‘skolios’ which means “curved”, “crooked” or “twisted”. The spine has normal curves in an anterior-posterior direction, but a curve in a lateral direction is considered abnormal. A normal spine has a curvature of lordosis in the cervical and lumbar regions, and kyphosis in the

How to Treat Tennis Elbow?

What is tennis elbow? Tennis Elbow is also known as lateral epicondylalgia, as the pain is felt around the lateral epicondyle – the outer aspect of the elbow. Inflammation occurs where the forearm muscles attach to the bony part of the elbow. It is usually caused by repetitive movements or actions – not only tennis!