6 Figtree Drive Sydney Olympic Park NSW 2127
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. 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 has additional postgraduate qualifications in Healthcare Leadership and Management and in Musculoskeletal Medicine. In his practice, he is an advocate of holistic and patient centric multi-disciplinary medical management.
He has an interest in pain management, modern therapeutic agents and ultrasound guided injections. His further professional interests include concussion management, acute and overuse injury management and primary prevention lifestyle modification strategies, including nutritional advice and exercise prescription.
Dr Jomaa centres his practice around evidence based medicine and is actively involved with research as an honorary associate of Sydney University School of Public Health. His current research interests focus on non-operative management of knee injuries. He has recently published papers on risk factors pertaining to muscle strains and ACL injuries. He is currently involved in research investigating non-operative ACL repair with excellent early outcomes.
In addition to his private practice, Dr Jomaa works closely with sports teams. He is currently the sports injury and concussion physician for Knox Grammar School. Between 2017-2019 he oversaw Sydney University (Rugby) Football Club win three grand finals. Dr Jomaa was the Deputy Chief Medical Officer and Medical Coordinator for the 2018 Sydney Invictus Games and also served at the 2018 Commonwealth Games. Previous experience also includes his role as academy doctor to Sydney FC and the Young Socceroo’s, touring with the Junior Wallabies and as club and tournament medical officer for a number of Ruby League academy teams.
A GP referral is required in order to qualify for a Medicare rebate. Referrals from Allied Health providers cannot be used in place of a referral from a GP.
Sydney Sports Medicine Centre
Level 2, NSWIS Building
6 Figtree Drive
Sydney Olympic Park
Appointments are available for some disciplines:
Mon - Fri
6:30am - 7:30pm
6:30am - 1:30pm
Reception is open:
Mon - Thurs
8:00am - 7:00pm
8:00am - 6:00pm
8:00am - 1:00pm