We are the Leading Physicians for Rheumatology and Orthopedic Care in the Middle East.
See our American board certified doctors who are driving advances in arthritis and bone and joint problems.
Dr. Humeira Badsha
Founder and Board Member of the Emirates Arthritis Foundation & Emirates Society for Rheumatology, Dr Badsha started her career with MBBS at Madras Medical College in Chennai, India before training at UCLA, California. She is American Board Certified in Rheumatology and...Make An Appointment Read Full Bio
Dr. Ghita Harifi
Dr Harifi is a multilingual fellow of the prestigious Université de Strasbourg, one of France’s leading universities specializing in autoimmune diseases. She is also a French certified Musculoskeletal Ultrasonographer (Université Pierre Marie Curie, Paris)... and a recognised MSK Ultrasonography Educator in...Make An Appointment Read Full Bio
Dr. Ashok Kumar
Specialist Orthopaedic Surgeon
Dr Kumar is a highly experienced and reputable Orthopaedic Surgeon with 16 years of experience in Orthopaedics. He has completed MS Orthopaedics and subsequent specialised training from All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS, Delhi), Exeter hip Centre U.K & Katharnein hospital, Germany. He taught and trained numerous undergraduate, postgraduate and arthroplasty fellow as an Assistant professor of Orthopaedics at AIIMS, Delhi...Make An Appointment Read Full Bio
Rheumatology & Arthritis Care in Dubai
A rheumatologist is a doctor who specializes in arthritis and bone and joint diseases. They prescribe medication to control inflammation and pain while also monitoring the patient closely. Over 100 types of arthritis – including RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS, FIBROMYALGIA, LUPUS, GOUT, SCLERODERMA, back pain, OSTEOPOROSIS, etc. – are treated at the Dr Humeira Badsha Medical Center in Dubai.
Orthopaedic Surgeon in Dubai
An orthopedic doctor is someone a patient may consult to have major or minor operations or surgeries on their bones and joints – like joint replacements of hips, KNEES, SHOULDERS, disc or back surgeries, tendon repairs or arthroscopies. Besides surgery, the orthopedist may give joint injections or refer the patient to a rheumatologist or physical therapist.