Dr Matthew Hislop is a Fellow of the Australasian College of Sport Physicians having completed specialty training in the field of Sport and Exercise Medicine in 2005.
He graduated from the University of Queensland in 1997, and completed a Master’s thesis at Trinity College (Dublin) in 2003, examining exertional leg pain. He completed his specialty training in both Brisbane and Melbourne, allowing him exposure and experience to a number of sports and differing management approaches.
Dr Hislop is the medical director for the Brisbane International Tennis competition. He was responsible for the Reds and ARU Rugby Acadamies from 2006-2014. He was team physician for the Brisbane Broncos NRL squad from 2006-2011. He looks after the Australian Kayak and Canoeing team and was their team doctor for the London 2012 Olympic Games. He is involved in the care of a number of QAS squads, including Gymnastics and Netball. He has been the Queensland State of Origin doctor since 2016, and has worked with Richmond Tigers (AFL) and the Melbourne Storm (NRL) in the past. He is currently aiding the Melbourne Storm with interstate coverage and is the chief medical officer for the Brisbane International Tennis tournament. He volunteered at the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
Dr Hislop manages medical problems and injuries affecting all body parts, but has a special interest in exertional leg pain. He has published research on Chronic Exertional Compartment Syndrome and is one of the few practitioners in South East Queensland who performs compartment pressure studies. He is involved in research in the management of Popliteal Artery Entrapment Syndrome.
Dr Hislop has co-authored a number of chapters in the Sports Medicine equivalent of the ‘Bible’, Brukner and Kahn’s Clinical Sports Medicine. Dr Hislop will perform PRP injections on appropriate patients, and is skilled in intra-articular cortisone injections.