Amr Osman

Dr. Amr Osman Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon (Joint Replacement)

Years of Experience : 18

Nationality : Syria

Languages Known : Arabic, English

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Dr. Amr Osman is a distinguished Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon (Joint Replacement) with an illustrious career spanning over 18 years in Orthopedics. Dr. Amr earned his medical degree from Damascus University, Syria, in 2005. He further honed his expertise through an extensive residency in Orthopedics at Damascus Hospital, Syria, culminating in 2011. Driven by a commitment to excellence, Dr. Amr pursued specialized training, including a Fellowship in Joint Replacement in 2017 and the attainment of a Musculoskeletal Ultrasound diploma in 2021 from the University of Catolica San Antonio, Spain. Additionally, he augmented his skills with a sports fellowship in Sports Medicine at Charite Hospital, Berlin, in 2023. Throughout his distinguished career, Dr. Amr has performed thousands of orthopedic surgeries, encompassing a diverse range of procedures such as Knee Arthroplasty, Total Hip Replacement, Lower Limb Alignment, and Corrective Surgeries including High Tibial Osteotomy, Knee Arthroscopy and Sports Injuries Management His dedication to advancing orthopedic knowledge is exemplified through his prolific publications in international medical journals and active participation in orthopedic gatherings. Notably, his research contributions, including “Evaluations of Tibial Component Malrotation in Painful Total Knee Arthroplasty” and the “Pathological Anatomy of the Posteromedial Corner in Varus Osteoarthritic Knees using Magnetic Resonance Imaging”, have significantly enriched the field. Dr. Amr Osman brings his extensive experience and expertise to Burjeel Day Surgery Center, Al Reem Island, where he specializes in Joint Replacement Surgeries for the Hip and Knee, Revision Surgeries, Extremities Alignment Procedures, Sports Injuries, Ligament Reconstruction, Trauma Surgeries, and Foot Surgeries.


  • Fellowship in Joint Replacement
  • Fellowship in Sports Medicine