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A regional first innovative paediatric anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) repair with stem cell intervention has been carried out Dr Mohammad Ashfaq Konchwalla, a well-known consultant sports surgeon in Dubai.

Paediatric ACL reconstruction is a very demanding procedure which requires precision, accuracy and skill due to the incomplete fusion of the growth plates.

In this case, an innovative approach has been used in which the ACL repair has been done and stem cells were incorporated to achieve the best results.

ACL and meniscal tissue are 2 vital structures that provide knee stability. Injuries commonly occurs during contact sports. More than often these particular injuries require reconstruction due to their inability to regrow.

This advanced procedure has created a platform to allow for ACL repair rather than proceeding for ACL reconstruction which is often damaging to the growth plate.

10-year-old was playing football, he fell and sustained a knee injury. After visiting several orthopaedic surgeons, he was referred to me.

All the options of treatment were discussed with the family. The family agreed to proceed with the ACL repair surgery using stem cells. The procedure was successful and was performed within 60 minutes. The patient began mobilising on the same day but was required to follow up with physiotherapy in order to maximise recovery of the knee.

Dr. M A Konchwalla is a highly qualified Orthopaedic Sports surgeon in Dubai, who delivers high quality work which uses up to date and current research to provide the best for his patients.

Paediatric anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction with stem cell intervention has been carried out by Dr Mohammad Ashfaq Konchwalla, a well-known consultant sports surgeon in Dubai.

Paediatric ACL reconstruction is a very demanding procedure which requires precision, accuracy and skill due to the incomplete fusion of the growth plates.

In this case, an innovative approach has been used in which the ACL reconstruction has been done and stem cells were incorporated to achieve the best results.

ACL and meniscal tissue are 2 vital structures that provide knee stability. Injuries commonly occurs during contact sports. More than often these particular injuries require reconstruction due to their inability to regrow.

This advanced procedure has created a platform to allow for ACL reconstruction with stem cells.

11-year-old girl, captain of the basketball team, sustained a knee injury whilst participating in a final tournament. After visiting several orthopaedic surgeons, she was referred to me.

All the options of treatment were discussed with the family. The family agreed to proceed with the ACL reconstruction surgery using stem cells. The procedure was successful. The patient began mobilising on the same day but was required to follow up with physiotherapy in order to maximise recovery of the knee.

Dr M A Konchwalla is a highly qualified Orthopaedic Sports surgeon in Dubai, who delivers high quality work which uses up to date and current research to provide the best for his patients

Dr M A Konchwalla is a highly qualified Orthopaedic Sports surgeon in Dubai, who delivers high quality work which uses up to date and current research to provide the best for his patients.

In his clinical practice in the UAE, he has come across a series of 4 patients who have all been using intramuscular injections for rapid muscle mass accumulation. Tissue necrosis is a rare but serious complication of injections.

In the pursuit of success in sports, some body builders are not deterred by health risks associated with the misuse of performance-enhancing agents.

We present 4 cases of body builders, aged 25-32 years, who were seen by Dr M A Konchwalla for complaints of complications occurring from misuse of performance-enhancing agents. They shared a common goal, which was to reverse the complications to improve their quality of life so they can continue to pursue their international careers. All 4 patients underwent tailored successful surgical procedures which allowed them to return back to their physical activities.

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