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Best General Practitioners in Al Quoz - Dubai - United Arab Emirates

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Expert in: Thyroid Problems, Alcoholism, Allergic rhinitis (hayfever), Anaemia + 51 more

Dr. Sally Tossoun is an Australian board certified General Practitioner who has been practicing for over 13 years; with the last 6 years being with Dr. Nicolas & Asp Centers. 

Sally treats a diverse range of patients across all ages, cultural backgrounds, medical and surgical cases.

She is also a keen advocate of preventative and proactive medicine through the adoption of key lifestyle changes while providing the required patient education.

She is a personable family doctor, known exceptional communication skills. 

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10.55 kilometers
Expert in: Exercise Prescription, Exercise testing

Dr. Daniele Santurbano joined DISC in 2019. Prior to joining he spent 6 years in emergency and non-emergency medical service in Italy.

Since joining DISC he treatment for the following:

  • Acute sport injuries like muscle tears, tendon ruptures, joint dislocations and bone pathologies
  • Evaluation of back, shoulders, knees, hips and ankles pain and any other musculoskeletal injuries
  • Physical assessment, evaluation and diagnostic ultrasound for sports related injuries
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14.02 kilometers
Expert in: ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament) Injury, Ankle sprain, Back pain, Biomechanics and gait analysis + 35 more

In 2016, Dr. Arthur Williams joined DISC. He is a Specialist in Sports & Family Medicine who is registered with the Health Professional Board of South Africa.

Dr. Williams graduated in 1999 from the University of Stellenbosch with his Medical Degree and Masters Degree in Family Medicine. Later in 2004 he graduated from the University of Cape Town with a Masters Degree in Sports Medicine.

He then worked as a Sports Medicine Physician in Queensland Australia and Cape Town South Africa, working primarily with professional rugby teams. His role as a sports medicine specialist included traveling with professional teams to their international sporting events across several countries and acting as an on-field practitioner.

In the last 12 years he has gained significant experience as a Sports Medicine Specialist whilst working with elite and professional athletes.

Dr. Williams' realises that working in a team environment is essential in developing a professional sports team. He therefore, integrates his care with other specialists and colleagues like orthopedic surgeons, physiotherapists, chiropractors, strength & conditioning trainers, dietitians, psychologists, sport scientists and coaches.

Through his work at international events and tournaments (Super Rugby, HSBC Sevens Rugby, World Cup Junior and Women Rugby, Cricket World Cup) he has also gained extensive experience in emergency medical care.

In 2009 Dr. Williams completed his 3-year course in Muscuskuloskeletal ultrasound which has allowed him to finalise pathology and injury via a diagnostic ultrasound, during a patient consultation.

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What is a General Practitioner?

A General Practitioner or GP is a medical doctor who diagnoses and treats acute and chronic illnesses, diseases, injuries and conditions. They also provide preventive care and health education to patients. A general practitioner is usually your first stop along the medical journey, the person you see first of all when you notice there’s a problem. Once they have figured out what’s wrong with you, or decided you need a specialist or urgent help, they will either prescribe medication or treatment, or refer you to a specialist.

A great GP will focus on every aspect of your health, combining the physical, psychological and social aspects of good healthcare. General practitioners look after patients in their homes and communities and play an important role in the wide healthcare landscape, which includes promoting, preventing and initiating treatment, and managing chronic illness in the home.

When to see a General Practitioner?

Your GP is usually the first person you go to see with a health issue. They’re trained to recognise a huge range of conditions, illnesses, injuries, and diseases.  Contact your GP for non-emergency and preventative medical care during clinic hours, for anything that can’t be treated with over-the-counter medicines. A good ongoing relationship with one GP, someone who knows and understands you and your medical history, is an effective way to manage your own health.

What conditions does a General Practitioner treat?

Your GP can provide treatment for a very wide collection of conditions. Here are just a few of them. If it isn’t serious enough to warrant a trip to A&E, see your GP.  

  • Skin conditions
  • Eye conditions 
  • Digestive issues
  • Mental health issues
  • Ear, nose and throat problems
  • Allergies
  • Aches and pains
  • Non-serious injuries like cuts and bruises 
  • Sexual healthcare
  • Colds, flu, bronchitis and seasonal infections like Norovirus
  • Headaches and migraines
  • Warts, bites and stings
  • Acne
  • Sprains and strains
  • Constipation
  • Cystitis 
  • Dizziness
  • Eating disorders
  • IBS
  • Hay fever
  • Vertigo
  • Vaccinations
  • Practice Nurse services

What subspecialties are included under General Practice?

GPs are free to develop specialisms. Some take a special interest, for example, in adolescent medicine or the treatment of the elderly. GPs sometimes take part in research and development, and are often involved in research networks. A GP can become a police doctor, work in medical journalism, or take a full-time role with a sporting team. But as the name suggests most GPs are genuine general practitioners, experts with a wide base of knowledge covering numerous medical conditions.