6 Figtree Drive Sydney Olympic Park NSW 2127

Dr Mohammad Jomaa


Dr Mohammad Jomaa is a Sport and Exercise Physician. He received his medical degree from Cardiff University in 2012 and Fellowship to the Australasian College of Sport and Exercise Physicians in 2022. He has completed postgraduate qualifications in Healthcare Leadership and Management as well as in Musculoskeletal Medicine. Prior to specialising in Sport and Exercise, his experience is in Emergency, Complex Trauma and Rehabilitation Medicine in the UK and Australia across public, private and military medical facilities.

Dr Jomaa centres his practice around evidence based medicine and is actively involved with research, recently publishing papers on risk factors pertaining to muscle injuries and non-operative management of ACL injuries in the BJSM.

In private practice, Dr Jomaa utilises modern therapeutic and biologic agents and ultrasound guided injections for targeted injury and pain management. His further professional interests include concussion management, acute and overuse injury management and primary prevention lifestyle modification strategies as part of a holistic, patient centric approach.

In addition to his private practice, Dr Jomaa works closely with sports teams and institutions. He is currently assistant club doctor to the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles NRL squad and the Venue Medical Officer to Stadium Australia in preparation for the upcoming FIFA Women’s World Cup. He has been the Knox Grammar School sports injury and concussion physician since 2018 and is the Australian and NSW Schools Rugby Championships Tournament medical officer.

His previous roles also include:

  • Overseeing Sydney University (Rugby) Football Club win three grand finals (2017-2019)
  • Medical Officer Balmain Tigers SGB and HM Squads (2016, 2019-2023)
  • Deputy Chief Medical Officer and Medical Coordinator for the 2018 Sydney Invictus Games
  • Medical Officer (Basketball) at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
  • Sydney FC Academy doctor 2019-2021
  • Touring with the Young Socceroo’s (2020) and Junior Wallabies (2018)

Dr Mohammad Jomaa - Sport & Exercise Physician

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Research Publications

  1. Filbay SR, Dowsett M, Chaker Jomaa M, Rooney J, Sabharwal R, Lucas P, Van Den Heever A, Kazaglis J, Merlino J, Moran M, Allwright M, Kuah DEK, Durie R, Roger G, Cross M, Cross T. Healing of acute anterior cruciate ligament rupture on MRI and outcomes following non-surgical management with the Cross Bracing Protocol. Br J Sports Med. 2023 Jun 14:bjsports-2023-106931. doi: 10.1136/bjsports-2023-106931. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 37316199.

  2. Chaker Jomaa M. Service Spotlight article: Dr John Best and the injury clinic for asylum seekers and refugees. British Journal of Sports Medicine 2021;55:935-936.

  3. Chaker Jomaa M, Gultekin S, Orchard J, Driscoll T, Orchard J. Australian Footballers Returning from Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Later than 12 Months have Worse Outcomes. Indian J Orthop. 2020 Apr 18;54(3):317-323. DOI: 10.1007/s43465-020-00092-9.

  4. Chaker Jomaa M, Orchard JW. Letter to the Editor: Intra-articular injection of methylprednisolone for reducing pain in knee osteoarthritis: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Available online at: https://journals.lww.com/mdjournal/Blog/MedicineCorrespondenceBlog/pages/post.aspx?PostID=99

  5. Chaker Jomaa M. Feature article: Reflecting on the Invictus Games. SMA Sport Health Magazine. 2019;36:4, Pages 6-10.

  6. Orchard JW, Chaker Jomaa M, Orchard JJ, Rae K, Hoffman DT, Reddin T, Driscoll T. Fifteen-week window for recurrent muscle strains in football: a prospective cohort of 3600 muscle strains over 23 years in professional Australian rules football. Br J Sports Med. 2020 Sep;54(18):1103-1107. DOI: 10.1136/bjsports-2019-100755. Epub 2020 Feb 5. PMID: 32024646.

  7. Gultekin S, Chaker Jomaa M, Jenkin R, Orchard JW. Use and Outcome of Local Anesthetic Painkilling Injections in Athletes: A Systematic Review. Clin J Sport Med. 2021 Jan;31(1):78-85. DOI: 10.1097/JSM.0000000000000716. PMID: 30789366.

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