Paolo Cellocco

Assistant Professor Dr. Paolo Cellocco is an Italian national, trained and certified Orthopedic Surgeon with vast experience in specific orthopedic fields. His formal education course and subsequent on-field experience drove him through joint replacement (hip, knee, shoulder), arthroscopic procedures (knee, shoulder), and hand elective surgery. Asst. Prof. Dr. Paolo worked for five years in a dedicated geriatric trauma center specialized in elderly fractures with a fast lane treatment policy. Peripheral bone and joint trauma have been widely covered as well. Asst. Prof. Dr. Paolo has also excellent experience in orthopedic sports medicine, as he has been following Italian National team for Basketball, and more recently he has treated orthopedic conditions of players in several Football Clubs in Dubai, including ACL reconstructions and revisions, and shoulder arthroscopic treatment. While team work is a privileged asset to him, leading skills are also in his arsenal, since he has been Head of Orthopedic Surgery and Rehabilitation Departments in Canadian Specialist Hospital, Dubai, with almost 400 procedures done. He is currently working at American Hospital, Dubai, as Specialist Orthopedic Surgeon.

Spoken Languages : English, Italian
Types of Physician : Full-time
DHA License : Orthopedic Surgeon
Branches : American Hospital Dubai
Jumeirah Clinic


  • Medical Degree, Universita' Campus Bio-Medico - Roma , Italy
  • Specialist Diploma, Universita' degli Studi - L'Aquila, Italy
  • Ph.D., Universita' La Sapienza - Roma, Italy

Professional Associations:

  • SIOT

Professional Experience:

  • Specialist Orthopedic Surgeon, Istituto Chirurgico Ortopedico Traumatologico Latina, Italy
  • Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon, Azienda Sanitaria Roma 2, Italy
  • Specialist Orthopedic Surgeon - HOD, Canadian Specialist Hospital, UAE

Clinical Expertise & Services Offered:

  • Arthroscopic shoulder joint surgery
  • Arthroscopic knee surgery
  • Hip replacement
  • knee joint replacement
  • Shoulder joint replacement
  • Sports trauma
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Osteoporosis
  • Fractions
  • Hand surgery