Dr Neil Stevenson is a Sports & Exercise Medicine Doctor in Queensland who specialises in treating injury and illness pertaining to sport and exercise. Dr Stevenson completed his medical degree at the University of Dundee, and a BSc in Applied Orthopaedic Technology. Subsequently, he completed a postgraduate diploma in Surgical Science at the University of Edinburgh whilst working in orthopaedics within the UK’s National Health System.
Subsequently, he travelled to Queensland to take up a position in Emergency Medicine at the Gold Coast University Hospital before specialising in Sport & Exercise Medicine in Brisbane. This has led to positions with the Brisbane Bullets in the NBL and as Tournament Doctor at the Brisbane International tennis event.
Dr Stevenson was awarded The Ken Crichton Fellowship by the NRL to work alongside Dr Matt Hislop at the Brisbane Broncos, where he has gained experience of working with elite athletes. He also works within the AFL and assists the Sydney Swans in their Queensland operations.
Dr Stevenson has an ongoing active role in teaching and research, holding a position as Clinical Lecturer at the University of Queensland. He has a passion for working with promising young athletes to help them reach their potential, as well as supporting people with work-related injuries.