Bone Health, Dance Medicine, Performing Arts Medicine, Musculoskeletal Medicine, Tendinopathy, Ultrasound guided injections, Sport and Exercise Medicine and Relative Energy Deficiency (REDs)
Athletics, Rugby, Dance and Boxing
Consultant in Sport, Exercise and Musculoskeletal Medicine at Pure Sports Medicine, St Paul’s and Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine Homerton University Hospital NHS Trust since 2018
Consultant in SEM at Barts Health NHS Trust – 2019 – 2020, Match day Doctor for Wasps Ladies RFC, Hooks ABC, Islington Boxing Club, World Para-Athletics Championships, NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters, Muller Anniversary Games, Commonwealth Youth Games and British Universities and Colleges Sport
Member of the Royal College of Physicians (UK) — 2012, Registrar in Sport and Exercise Medicine 2013 – 2018 at a number of centres including: Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (2018), Defence Military Rehabiliation Centre (2017−2018) and the Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health (2015−2016), Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Defence Military Rehabilitation Centre, Headley Court, Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health and received the following awards: Barts and the London Alumni Association Award – 2006, Bauerfeind Travelling Fellowship, Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine – 2016 and Nomination for Dean’s Prize, University College London — 2016
Following consultation with Dr Jawad further scans were promptly organised with full diagnoses completed. Treatment was excellent and has left me in much better physical condition, with more knowledge on how to manage going forward. Highly recommend PSM and in particular, Farrah.
In this article, Dr Farrah Jawad explains how the positive effects of moderate-intensity exercise can reduce our chances of being severely affected by Covid-19.
Tendinopathy, also known as tendinitis or tendinosis, is a painful disorder. Sports Doctor Farrah Jawad explains more about the condition here.