Mediclinic Perform partners with Dubai Affiliated School Sports Association


DASSA comprises 85 schools in Dubai and organizes more than 15,000 matches each year, in which more than 40,000 students compete in 18 sports. By leveraging the knowledge and experience that exists within its member schools, DASSA has consistently provided an excellent and professional environment for students.

Mediclinic Perform’s state-of-the-art Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Centre, located at Mediclinic Parkview Hospital, is set to play a pivotal role in the advancement of sports healthcare in Dubai. Staffed by world-class sports physicians and sports rehabilitation specialists, including physical therapists, sports therapists and sports podiatrists, this innovative facility offers advanced treatment for sports injuries, musculoskeletal conditions and performance optimization. The center features state-of-the-art technology, including a gait analysis lab, force plates, Vo2 Max testing, altered gravity treadmill, and functional exams.

“We are delighted to partner with DASSA because we firmly believe that today’s scholastic athletes are our future Olympic athletes of tomorrow and deserve to be treated like professionals,” said Dr. Alan Kourie, sports medicine and director of Mediclinic Perform. “We strive to not only address injuries and pain by accurately diagnosing the problem and implementing a specific treatment plan so they can return to their beloved sport as soon as possible, but also to help prevent injuries in the first place, as well as well as strategies to make them fitter, faster and stronger.”

David Jelley, Hospital Director of Mediclinic Parkview Hospital, said the hospital was delighted to partner with DASSA and its growing community of schools in Dubai. “We believe that by combining our experience and resources, we can make a significant impact and educate young athletes about the importance of health and wellness to maintain an active lifestyle. Together, we aim to empower Dubai students to reach their full potential.”

Caroline Rothwell, Senior President of DASSA, added: “This is a really exciting partnership and represents an important step towards improving the sporting culture here in Dubai. “We are excited to collaborate with Mediclinic Perform, a leader in sports medicine and rehabilitation, and look forward to the positive impact this will have on our member schools and the youth sports community in Dubai.”

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