Work-Related Musculoskeletal Injuries in Pediatric Urology

The PedSpace

Apr 26 2021 • 13 mins

In this episode, Dr. Shahira Khoury and Dr. Tony Khoury discuss the most common musculoskeletal injuries for pediatric urologists and provide ergonomic techniques and exercises for maintaining good posture.

Dr. Shahira Khoury specializes in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PMR). After many years in a busy multidisciplinary practice in Toronto, Canada, she moved to California. Ever Since joining the University of California Irvine in 2009, she has managed non-surgical Orthopedic patients in the Orthopedic Clinic in Orange, the Pain Clinic in Irvine, and UCI Tustin Ortho/PMR Clinic.

Dr. Khoury manages all Musculoskeletal conditions as well as spine disorders including cervical and lumbar radiculopathy, spinal stenosis, degenerative disc disease, facet arthritis, and myofascial pain. Her goal is to enhance patients' performance, by tailoring their treatment plan to optimize their non-surgical management including soft tissue, trigger points and joint injections, structured exercises, coordinating their care with various allied health care professionals and overseeing their progress.

Dr. Tony Khoury specializes in the medical and surgical management of complex pediatric urology anomalies, including reconstructive surgery for incontinence, genital anomalies, renal transplantation, and oncology. Dr. Khoury is the Chief of Pediatric Urology at both Children's Hospital Orange County and UC Irvine Medical Center.