- Last updated:
- 29 Aug 2016
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.
- Member Australian College of Sports Physicians
Lake Kawana General Practice
5 Innovation Parkway
Birtinya, QLD 4575 07 5493 3800
Teams worked with
Dominic Radford has worked as team doctor for the following: England Rugby Union, England Rugby League, Fulham Football Club, London 2012 Olympics & Paralympics, Leyton Orient Football Club.