Dr Mohammad Jomaa received his medical degree from Cardiff University in 2012 and is an accredited senior specialist registrar with the Australasian College of Sport and Exercise Physicians. Prior to commencing sports medicine training, his experience is in emergency, complex trauma and rehabilitation medicine in the UK and Australia across public, private and military medical facilities.
Dr Jomaa has postgraduate qualifications in healthcare leadership and management and is an advocate of holistic and patient centric multi-disciplinary medical management. He has an interest in chronic pain management in the context of previous trauma and chronic stress. His further professional interests include concussion management, acute and overuse injury management and primary prevention lifestyle modification strategies, including nutritional advice and exercise prescription.
Dr Jomaa centers his practice around evidence based medicine and is actively involved with research as an honorary associate of Sydney University School of Public Health. He has recently co-authored papers on risk factors pertaining to muscle strain and ACL injury. He is currently co-heading a research group investigating non-operative ACL reconstruction with promising early outcomes.
Dr Jomaa is currently the academy squad doctor for Sydney FC and the Young Socceroo’s. Between 2017-2019 he oversaw Sydney University (Rugby) Football Club win three grand finals. Dr Jomaa was the Deputy Chief Medical Officer and Medical Coordinator for the 2018 Sydney Invictus Games and also served at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.