Dr. Usamah Jannoun
Consultant Orthopaedic and Sports Physician
Dr Jannoun is a Foundation Fellow, Examiner, and Appraiser for the Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine (FSEM UK) and is a member of the International Spinal Intervention Society (ISIS). He has worked with sportsmen and recreational athletes for over 15 years in the UK and abroad (Switzerland, Germany, Bermuda) and brings with him a wealth of clinical experience. He now works full time in private practice having previously worked part-time as an NHS Consultant for the Brighton and Sussex University Hospital NHS Trust Back Pain Clinic. His private practice focuses around specialist assessment and treatment for sports related injuries with special interest in tendon injury and back pain. He is on the Medical Advisory Board (MAC) of The UME Harley Street Medical Centre.
Dr Jannoun teaches and lectures both nationally and internationally to a wide audience in Musculoskeletal and Sports and Exercise Medicine. Previous roles include examining and working as clinical tutor for the Bath University Postgraduate Diploma/MSc in Sports and Exercise Medicine, the British Institute of Musculoskeletal Medicine (BIMM) modular courses, and the British Association of Sport and Exercise Medicine (BASEM). He is appointed teacher and Faculty member of the University of Bournemouth on the Masters Course in Musculoskeletal Ultrasound. He is also on the editorial board of the European Journal of Manual Medicine and has publications and abstracts published in national and international journals.
Dr Jannoun sees patients of all levels and differing sporting activities, from the recreational and professional athlete to the international and Olympic athlete. He served as a Consultant Sports Physician at the 2012 London Olympics and Paralympics working in a team of leading doctors covering the Judo and Wrestling tournaments and was also based at the Olympic Village Polyclinic looking after the athletes attending with various injuries incurred during the games.
The Wellington Hospital