Dr Omar Sabri
British Consultant in Trauma & Orthopaedics in Dubai & London
with Personalised Care
MBBCh, MS (Orth), FRCS (Tr&Orth)
Consultant Surgeon in Trauma & Orthopaedics
Dr Sabri specialises in pelvis and hip reconstruction procedures, including Arthroplasty, Fragility Fractures, Major Trauma Surgeries. He is one of the few Mako-trained (Robotic-Arm Assisted Makoplasty) surgeons for lower limb reconstruction including for bone and joint infection cases. He is your modern-day, tech-savvy surgeon with a special interest in Robot-Assisted Surgeries, VR Training, and Healthcare Innovation. He was nominated for the Royal College of Surgeons Award for Innovation in Surgical Education for the introduction of ‘Virtual Reality Training into Orthopaedic Training’ in South West London. Dr Sabri is an acclaimed academic author and reviewer of various chapters.
Global Medical Panelist at Fundamental VR
Chairman at Kensington Orthopaedics
Acting Secretary of the Orthopaedic Trauma Society (OTS)
National and International Faculty Member for AO Foundation
Mohamed Darwish - محمد درويش
الحمد لله نحمد الله ان ربنا كرمنا بدكتور عمر لحراحه ابنى بعد كسر عظام الذراع، راجل محترم وبيحب شغله ودكتور شاطر جدا جدا وانصح بيه ان فى جراحه العظام ربنا يبعد الشر عن كل الناس
Praise be to God, we thank God that Allah granted us with Dr. Omar to perform an ortho surgery to my son as his arm was broken from the shoulder area. He is a respectable man who loves his job and he is so professional doctor. I advise anyone to visit him for any orthopedic matters, may God keep evil away from all people.
Media & Publications
Oxford Textbook of Critical Care
(Chapter on Pelvic & Limb Trauma)
O Sabri, M Bircher
Q&A with Dr Sabri
Q&A with Dr Sabri
Dubai: 52-year-old expat nearly lost his legs after falling off mountain; saved in series of surgeries
The hiker, who was rescued in a 12-hour operation, is now undergoing multiple sessions of hyperbaric oxygen therapy as part of recovery
A 52-year-old British expat in Dubai, who recently fell 10 metres off a mountain, almost lost both of his legs due to serious injuries. Thanks to his doctors who raced against the clock to save him, he will soon be able to stand up on his own again.
Waiwah Yip, who sustained multiple injuries, underwent medical reconstruction totalling seven operations at Batterjee Medical City – Saudi German Hospital Dubai.