Sports Injury Clinic Sunshine Coast

Dr Dominic Radford undertook all of his medical training in the United Kingdom. He attended Birmingham University Medical School and then trained as a General Practitioner obtaining his MRCGP. He then completed his Masters in Sports Medicine at the Queen Mary’s University of London before then obtaining his Fellowship at the Faculty of Sport & Exercise Medicine which is part of the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh. He then worked as a Consultant Sports Medicine Physician at London Bridge Hospital running a busy sports injury clinic.

He has considerable experience working with elite athletes. He has variously been a team physician for England RFU, England RFL, Fulham Football Club & Leyton Orient Football Club. He was appointed as a lead physician for the London 2012 Olympics & Paralympics.

He moved to Australia in 2013 and was awarded Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and now runs a sports injury clinic within a primary care setting.  He has a special interest in Occupational Health and utilises his extensive musculoskeletal expertise to perform Pre-employment Medicals, health surveillance assessments and WorkCover Injury management.

Daily Mail article in management of plantar fasciitis with extracorporeal shockwave therapy
Celebratory Angels managing sports injuries

Injection therapy in the management of mid-portion Achilles tendinopathy; a review of randomized controlled trials