Qsportsmedicine is an established multidisciplinary sports medicine practice with locations in Brisbane and the Gold Coast.
In 2009, the Australasian College of Sport and Exercise Physicians (ACSEP) was recognised as a new Australian specialist medical college.
Fellows of the ACSEP are deemed expert in:
Qsportsmedicine is Queensland's largest multidisciplinary sports medicine clinic.
Sports Physicians commonly treat recreational and elite athletes, as well as patients with musculoskeletal conditions (including those with approved compensation claims), such as tendinopathy and low back pain.
Please ring 1300 077 767 for an appointment, a referral is required for Dr Richard Brown and Dr Mark Young.
Qsportsmedicine welcomes Dr Stacey Compton to our practice. Please call our rooms on 3831 1908 should you wish to make an appointment.
Dr Young contributed to the following research article published in the Journal of Postgraduate Medicine, Education and Research.
Click to read entire study (PDF) entitled: Prevention of Sudden Cardiac Death in Cricketers.
Orchard JW, Puranik R, Semsarian C,Orchard JJ, Samra D, Duflou J, Groenestein P, Young M, Brukner P,Kountouris A. J Postgrad Med Edu Res 2016;50(2):49-58.
Abstract: Sudden death in cricketers is rare, with the most common causes being cardiac, neurological (head/neck trauma, mainly from ball impact) and environmental (e.g., lightning strike and heat stroke, the former which usually involves cardiac arrest). The aim of this study was to review possible prevention of suddden cardiac death and make recommendations.