Lateral Epicondylalgia – AKA ‘Tennis Elbow’

Lateral Epicondylalgia – AKA ‘Tennis Elbow’

Lateral epicondylalgia, also known as Tennis Elbow, is a common disorder that effects the wrist extensor muscles in the forearm which originate from the elbow. In the past, this syndrome has  been previously referred to as epicondylitis or tendinitis but these terms...

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Understanding and Treating Meniscal Injuries

Understanding and Treating Meniscal Injuries

The meniscus is the medical term for the cartilage that sits within your knee. Its main function is to act as a shock absorber for the knee joint, cushioning the femur (thigh bone) and tibia (shin bone). The meniscus protects the end of these bones from rubbing...

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The Achilles Heel of Running

The Achilles Heel of Running

Now that summer's over and the cooler weather has set in, this is the perfect opportunity to start training outside again. Running is a great way to improve overall strength and fitness but unfortunately it can also lead to many injuries, especially in the foot and...

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Sports Injuries in Children – Knee and Heel Pain

Sports Injuries in Children – Knee and Heel Pain

With the start of the new school year, we see a dramatic increase in visits to the clinic by children and adolescents. A summer of relatively low activity, followed by a sharp increase in sporting activity in the first few weeks of term can lead to an increased...

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Physiotherapy for Cricket Players – Fast Bowlers

Asif Shazada, Senior Physiotherapist to the UAE Cricket Team explains how biomechanical analysis and physiotherapy can help with lower back pain in bowlers. Bowling is one of the major fields in cricket with fast bowlers experiencing a higher rate of injury than spin...

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  • We are located on the ground floor of the International Cricket Council Academy in Dubai Sports City.

Located in the heart of Dubai Sports City

an area that represents sporting excellence and heavily promotes an active lifestyle, our mission is to contribute to the overall health and well-being of the community and surrounding areas