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Orthopaedics

  • Fracture care, Hand, Joint Replacement, Rehabilitation, Scoliosis, Shoulders, Sports Medicine, Upper Limb, Foot & Ankle, Physical Therapy, Knee Surgery, Hip Surgery, Spinal Surgery, Physiotherapy, Radiology, Diagnostics
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  • Abu Dhabi, UAE
  • Dubai, UAE
  • Al Ain, Abu Dhabi, UAE
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Exeter Bone and Joint was developed to be the first fully specialized musculoskeletal center in the region, providing the highest standard of care in Orthopedics, Neurology, Rheumatology and other related services.

EBJ  is supported by a number of world-class surgeons in most musculoskeletal sub – specialties. We have a highly-trained Neurologist and Rheumatologist as well physiotherapy and rehabilitation services. The center is equipped with the open MRI, advanced radiology, bone densitometry, ultrasound, as well as a fully equipped laboratory. Highly trained and experienced medical support staff has been selected to meet EBJ standards. Exeter Bone and Joint is affiliated with major private hospitals in Abu Dhabi for use of their surgical theater and impatient facilities.

EBJ is located in the prestigious Al Bateen area of Abu Dhabi, Jumeirah 1 area of Dubai and Al Shibah Area of Al Ain, making it ideal for patients both on and off the island. We have ample parking as well as complementary valet service.

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