Dr IK Ogbonmwan

Dr IK Ogbonmwan

Sports & Exercise Medicine (consultant) 07264008

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  • Open Referral network
Bupa Platinum consultant
Fee assured
Open Referral network

About me

Dr IK Ogbonmwan - Consultant in Sport, Exercise and Musculoskeletal Medicine (SEM)


Dr Ogbonmwan works both in private medicine and as a Consultant in the NHS. He is also a fully qualified general practitioner.

He has built up extensive experience of working in elite sport and currently works as a Team Doctor for the England Football Association. Dr Ogbonmwan has extensive experience treating a wide range of patients from elite and recreational athletes across various sports, to individuals with age and work-related injuries.

He specialises in treating all joint, muscle and soft tissue conditions. He is experienced in diagnostic musculoskeletal ultrasound, ultrasound-guided injections, football medicine and exercise and lifestyle assessment.

Dr Ogbonmwan has a strong academic and research background publishing multiple peer-reviewed articles, he is a visiting lecturer at Manchester Metropolitan University and is on the editorial board for BMJ Open Sport & Exercise medicine journal.

IK is a former 100m and 200m sprinter, competing for Sale Harriers athletics club. Despite his competitive days behind him, he continues to enjoy regularly training in the gym and maintaining his strength and fitness.

Treatments/services provided:

1) Musculoskeletal ultrasound and ultrasound-guided steroid injections.
2) Non-surgical treatments for osteoarthritis (visco-supplementation/ hyaluronic acid injection).
3) Extracorporeal shockwave therapy and injection treatments for common tendon conditions (Achilles tendinopathy, tennis elbow, hip-related tendon injuries and patella tendinopathy).
4) High volume ultrasound guided injections and shoulder hydrodistension.
5) Non-surgical treatments for shoulder pain, rotator cuff injuries and frozen shoulder.
6) Suprascapular nerve blocks.
7) The assessment and treatment of muscle injuries.
8) The assessment and treatment of bone stress injuries (in adults and adolescents).
9) The assessment of bone health in endurance athletes and exercising patients.
10) The assessment and treatment of back pain.
12) The assessment of exercise-related conditions in endurance athletes and exertional rhabdomyolysis.
13) The assessment of exercise performance for strength and aerobic fitness.
14) The assessment and treatment of Relative Energy Deficiency - Syndrome (RED-S) in exercising patients.
15) Exercise prescription and Obesity and lifestyle management

Areas of interest

Cortisone injections; Joint injections; Soft tissue injections; Steroid injections; Tendon injections; High volume injections; Hydrodilatation; Shoulder Hydrodilatation; Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) injections; Hyaluronic acid (Ostenil) Injections; Prolotherapy; Osteoarthritis; Sports injury; Groin strain; Concussion; Rotator cuff tear; Frozen shoulder; Olecranon bursitis; Low back pain; MCL injury; ACL injury; Patellofemoral pain; Knee bursitis; Fat pad impingement; Osgood Schlatter; Shin splints; Bone stress injury; Muscle injuries; Ligament injuries; Plantar fasciitis; Achilles tendinopathy; Tennis elbow; Orthopaedic injuries, RED-S; Exercise prescription; Overuse injuries; Rotator cuff tendinitis; Ganglion cyst; Golfer's elbow; Obesity; Carpal tunnel syndrome; Whiplash; Sciatica; Herniated disc; Trigger finger; De Quervain's tenosynovitis; Stress fracture; Patellar tendinitis; Musculoskeletal (MSK) ultrasound; Tendinopathy; Ultrasound-guided injection; Knee arthritis; Slipped disc

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