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Dr. Shamma will be seeing patients in:April 2014: Abu Dhabi: 2,9,16,30 Doha: 13 Dubai: 1-3,6-10,19-21, 28-30 May 2014: Abu Dhabi: 14,21,28 Beirut: 8-10 Dubai: 3-6, 11-15,17,20-22,25-29,31
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Block B, 8th floor
Al Rustom Center
Abu Dhabi Clinic:
Board-certified vascular surgeon Asad R. Shamma, MD, FACS has been appointed the new General Manager and Medical Director of Al Rustom Center. Established in 2004, Al Rustom Center was the first JCAH (Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare) accredited surgery center in the UAE. It includes a one-day surgery center, a LASER center and a polyclinic that offers services in Dermatology, Plastic Surgery, Hair Transplant and Vascular Surgery.
Starting Oct 9 2013, Dr. Asad R. Shamma will be seeing patients at Fakih IVF medical Center in Abu Dhabi every Wednesday. Call us on +971561717072 to book your appointment or click on the book an appointment button below.
We are pleased to announce the launch of our diabetic foot care clinic headed by American Board Certified Vascular Surgeon Dr. Asad R. Shamma, MD, FACS.
The clinic will be treating:
- Foot wounds
- Plantar warts (Plantar Warts Removal & Treatment)
- Corns (Corn Removal & Treatment, Foot Corns)
Protruding veins, melasma, spider veins, hyper-pigmentation, unwanted hand veins and varicose veins are all unsightly aspects of the body that plague our comfort and self-confidence. Dr. Shamma created an efficient method that has become an international medical principle in the treatment of such bodily phenomena.
Dr. Shamma's laser-based, in-office treatment has been adopted by the majority of centers around the world since its introduction in April 2001. Through employing fiber-optics, laser optics, and simple surgical incisions, treating veinal abnormalities has become a simple procedure that is performed in-office with local anesthesia and minimal physical modification.
A varicose vein is a large, bulging vein, which can be caused by a faulty valve, weak vein wall, or combination of both. Patients with varicose veins receive an evaluation to determine the underlying cause.