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Dr Roger Wolman

Dr Roger Wolman


Job Title: Consultant Sports Medicine Physician
Qualifications: MD, FRCP, FFSEM
Base Hospital: The Royal National Orthopaedic
Specialties:

Sports and Exercise Medicine
General Medicine, Sports and Exercise Medicine, Rheumatology

Special Interests:

Rheumatology, Dance Injuries, Sports Injuries, Back Pain, Authritis, Fibromyalgia, Shoulder Problems, Knee Problems, Foot and Ankle Problems, Osteoporosis, Osteoarthritis

Website:

www.wellingtondiagnosticscentre.com/

Biography: Mr Roger Wolman is Consultant in Rheumatology and Sport & Exercise Medicine at The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore. He is also Consultant to the Olympic Medical Institute, Northwick Park, Hospital Medical Advisor to Dance UK, Medical Director of the Motion Analysis Lab, Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital. Dr Wolman was the first doctor to be appointed to the British Olympic Medical Centre when it opened in 1987. He was also the first Doctor to be appointed as a Consultant in Sports Medicine in the NHS in 1994.

Dr Wolman has a special interest in the management of sports injuries and musculoskeletal problems in elite athletes as well as in the general population. He has particular interest in bone stress injuries and runs the Athletes Bone Clinic at the Olympic Medical Institute. He also has a particular interest in Osteoporosis and the bone problems encountered by female athletes. He has a special interest in Dancers having worked with several dance companies including the Royal Ballet, English National Ballet, Birmingham Royal Ballet, and Rambert Dance Company.

Dr Wolman also has a major interest in Arthritis and Back Pain. He strongly believes in holistic management, making use of both Conventional and Complimentary Medicine. He provides advice on exercise prescription in the treatment of these conditions and also advises on exercise for health promotion.
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