Brisbane Sports and Exercise Medicine Specialists (BSEMS) is a multidisciplinary specialist medical clinic that aims to provide for all your needs regarding staying fit and healthy, overcoming injury, and maintaining an active lifestyle. The practitioners at BSEMS are all highly trained professionals, and specialists in their fields.
Our focus is to offer a thorough assessment and establish a prompt and accurate diagnosis, and to guide you through your management, whether this requires counselling and advice, rehabilitation, or an operation.
Patients do not necessarily have to be “athletes” to benefit from assessment at BSEMS, rather those who are hoping to commence an exercise programme and require guidance in this area, or are interested in maintaining a healthy and active lifestyle and who for some reason are troubled by a musculoskeletal or medical condition.
At BSEMS we offer rapid access to the Specialist best suited to manage your problem.
SPORTS & EXERCISE MEDICINE
Sport and Exercise Medicine Physician
Foot and Ankle Orthopaedic Surgeon
Orthopaedic Surgeon (Hip and Knee)
Hand and Upper Limb Surgeon
Orthopaedic Surgeon of the Upper Limb
Orthopaedic Surgeon (Shoulder and Knee)
Remedial Massage Therapist
Performance Breathing Physiotherapist
Dietitian and Nutritionist
Hello! I’m Alexandria (but you can call me Alex) an accredited practicing dietitian and nutritionist. I like to consider myself as being quite the people person and I’m fairly certain
Sports Medicine Registrar
Dr Goh obtained his medical degree from the University of Tasmania with Honours. He has worked in hospitals in Adelaide and Brisbane, including areas of Orthopaedics, Emergency Medicine and Paediatrics.
Sports Medicine Registrar
Dr McRae obtained her medical degree from the Griffith University in 2011. Prior to graduating from medical school, she graduated from Queensland University of Technology, attaining a Bachelor of Applied
Dr Andrea Fernandes is an Endocrinologist with an interest in bone disease, diabetes and general endocrinology. She graduated with a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery degree from the University
Rachel graduated from the University of Queensland as an Occupational Therapist in 2014. Her enthusiasm for hand and upper limb rehabilitation arose as a university student through her clinical placements.
Patients seeing Sports Physicians require a referral from a Doctor (GP or other Specialist) to be eligible for a Specialist Medicare rebate. You may still attend without a Doctor referral, but your rebate may be less.
Orthopaedic surgeons, our Endocrinologist and our Neurosurgeon must have a referral from your GP.
Allied Health practitioners do not need a referral, but if directed from your GP, you may be eligible for Medicare rebates.
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