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Downtown Toronto 416-722-3393
East York 416-888-1008


At Push Pounds Sports Medicine, our orthopaedic surgery team provides clients with advanced and targeted approaches to different musculoskeletal conditions that affect mobility, movement and ultimately pain and function. Our experienced specialists develop personalized strategies that address any impairments leading to discomfort in your muscles, tendons, ligaments, joints, bones, and nerves. Push Pounds Sports Medicine’s goal is to help you achieve an optimal quality of life, providing pain free function through in-depth patient (technology-based?) education, therapeutic interventions, multidisciplinary rehabilitation, and as a last resort, medications if necessary. Of course, our orthopaedic physicians also perform surgical procedures, like joint replacement and arthroscopic surgery.

What is an Orthopaedic Surgeon?

An orthopaedic surgeon is a specialist in a surgical branch that addresses musculoskeletal conditions. Ortho surgeons use one or a combination of surgical and non-surgical interventions to relieve pain and treat bone, joint, and muscle diseases and trauma. Our team at Push Pounds Sports Medicine consists of orthopaedic surgeons who have completed advanced education and training in therapy and medicine.

What Do We Treat?

Push Pounds Sports Medicine offers a variety of musculoskeletal related treatments, including the following:

  • Any discomfort or disease related to the muscles, bones, joints, tendons, and ligaments, nerves
    • Joint pain, swelling, and instability
    • Restricted mobility or range of motion
    • Sports-specific and competition-related injuries (via surgical or non-surgical interventions)
    • Injury healing and repair
    • Optimizing soft tissue biomechanics for improved function
    • Early or late osteoarthritis
    • Consultations on the proper use of orthotic braces and athletic equipment

About Us

Our orthopaedic surgeons specialize in a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions. Consultations typically begin by obtaining a detailed history of your condition, including medications and any therapy received before the appointment. We will conduct a full physical examination, which usually includes reviewing of all medical imaging or bloodwork. If needed, these will be ordered by our physicians. Our specialist will then provide a detailed explanation of your diagnosis, prognosis, and design a treatment program through our highly integrated, multidisciplinary approach, to help you regain your best physical health and performance. Our goal is to treat the underlying problem,  give you a deeper understanding of your condition, and educate you on credible possible treatment options available.

Canadian residents will need a referral from their respective physicians to schedule a consultation with our orthopaedic surgeons, while international clients may book directly by contacting us at 416-722-3393.

Our Surgeons

Dr. Joseph Menna, MD, FRCSC
Orthopaedic Surgeon

Dr. Menna is an orthopaedic surgeon who completed his medical degree at the University of Ottawa before proceeding to his residency training at the University of Toronto. He specializes in arthroscopic and sports surgery, including the shoulder and knee, He has formal training in both robotic-assisted knee replacement, as well as anterior hip replacement. Treating a wide range of acute and chronic issues in the upper and lower extremity, Dr. Menna utilizes multidisciplinary and multimodal treatment strategies to help patients avoid surgery and out of the operating room.

Dr Jihad Abouali

Dr Mina Morcos

Dr. Evan Watts, MD, MSc, FRCSC
Orthopaedic Surgeon

Dr. Watts is an orthopaedic surgeon who completed his degree at the University of Toronto and operates out of Markham-Stoufville hospital. He adopts a multimodal approach when it comes to the management of musculoskeletal conditions (both surgical and non-surgical). Dr. Watts specializes in hip and knee replacements, particularly partial knee and anterior hip replacements. He is also a specialist in dealing with ACL tears, meniscus tears, claw toes, bunions, and other sports and foot surgery-related concerns.