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Dr Martin Smith is a Sports and Exercise Medicine Registrar at QSportsmedicine.
Dr Martin Smith is a Sports and Exercise Medicine Registrar based in Brisbane and the Gold Coast. He graduated from the University of Nottingham in the UK, before completing his initial two post-graduate years working in the NHS. He then moved to Australia to pursue a career in Sports Medicine and was initially based on the Gold Coast. He spent time training in Emergency Medicine and Orthopaedic Surgery to give him vital skills required for Sports Medicine, before enrolling in the Australasian College of Sports and Exercise Medicine training program.
Dr Smith is actively involved in research and has conducted research into inherited cardiomyopathies, as well as sports-related hand and ankle injuries. He has presented talks at a local and state level with respect to management of acute shoulder injuries, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and low back pain.
Dr Smith is the Chief Medical Officer for Rowing Queensland and a Club Doctor for the Gold Coast Titans Rugby League team. He has worked in a wide range of sports and his past experience includes:
- Queensland State of Origin – Assistant Doctor 2017 and 2018
- The Wallabies – Concussion and Head Injury Assessment Doctor 2017-present
- Queensland Reds – Concussion and Head Injury Assessment Doctor 2017-present
- Gold Coast Commonwealth Games 2018 – Rugby 7s Tournament Doctor
- Brisbane International Tennis Tournament – Assistant Doctor 2017
- Brisbane Bullets Basketball – Team Doctor 2016-2018
- Brisbane Global 10s Rugby Union – Tournament Physician 2018
- Brisbane City NRC Rugby Union – Team Doctor 2017-2018
- Easts Rugby League – Team Doctor 2018
- Easts Rugby Union – Team Doctor 2017
- Morningside Panthers Australian Rules Club – Team Doctor 2016
Dr Smith enjoys helping anyone to rid themselves of their musculoskeletal problems, from athletes to those who don’t exercise but are prevented from doing what they want by pain or dysfunction. He specializes in the management of acute and chronic musculoskeletal injuries, as well as low back, shoulder and knee pain. He is looking forward to helping you on your way to recovery today.