Dr. Sakr currently is director of non-operative sports medicine for Northside Hospital Orthopedic Institute and program director of the Northside Hospital Sports Medicine Fellowship. Originally from New York, Dr. Sakr has always been active, playing football, soccer and basketball growing up, and he played flanker and number eight for the University of Michigan rugby team.
The first-ever Word Tens Series tournament will take place Oct. 24-Nov. 7. Eight international privately-owned teams from all over the world will compete in a ten-a-side rugby tournament, over three rounds of action which includes round-robin, quarterfinals, semifinals and finals.
Other Northside Hospital Orthopedic Institute Sports Medicine providers joining Dr. Sakr include Drs. Vonda Wright, Stephanie Hsu, Joseph Powers, Douglas Leder, and Daniel Charek. All will provide their expert care to the athletes and staff competing in this premier event that will be broadcast internationally.
Dr. Sakr has been working with local authorities to ensure a safe event for all players; he is responsible for ensuring players receive the best medical care.
Visit worldtens.com for more information about the World Tens Series.