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Chris is a Townsville local. He was born in the Townsville General about 50metres from the clinic. He graduated from James Cook University in 2005 and started work as a doctor in 2006. He achieved his masters degree in Sports Medicine in 2009 and his fellowship with the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2011. He is the medical officer for all North Queensland Cowboys squads including NYC, NRL and development players. He has worked extensively with elite teams in the NRL, AFL, WNBL, NBL and with elite boxers, rowers, mixed martial artists and track and field athletes.
Tamara is a product of the James Cook University medical school. She graduated in 2007 and has continued to expand her knowledge and experience within the medical field having both worked within and successfully completed studies which gave her accreditation in Palliative Care, Sexual Health, Public Health and Tropical Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynaecology. She has been accepted into the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and has operated as a GP for a number of years. She is one of a very few approved providers of the S100 drugs for the treatment of HIV and has continued to maintain this accreditation to ensure her patients are not disadvantaged due to location. Her passion for running and sports generally has no doubt influenced her desire to complete her Masters in Sports Medicine having previously obtained her graduate certificate in the same area. She has approval to provide diving medicals having completed the prerequisite training and certification.
Tamara is a perfect fit at Sports Clinic NQ having wide experience and knowledge in both sports and women’s health.
Brendon completed his medical degree in 2008 through James Cook University in Townsville. Following this he spent time working in the Queensland public hospital system in Redcliffe and Brisbane gaining experience mostly in Orthopaedic Surgery and Emergency Medicine. Brendon commenced Specialist Training in Sport and Exercise Medicine in 2013 in the Melbourne area. Past team coverage includes:
Brendon has a keen interest in treating all aspects of Sport and Exercise Medicine. Specific services and special interests include:
After growing up and spending most of her life in Bronco's territory, Lani has lived in Auckland and now Townsville and has eventually become a keen viewer of Rugby League.
Prior to introducing her two children into the world Lani spent most of her time as a Practice Manager of two busy medical centres on Brisbane's north side. Lani's passion is netball and represented Queensland in 2004. Lani currently captains the Magnetic North Steelcats.