Verity is co-founder of Fountain Corner Family Practice, where she is one of the Practice Principals. Whilst her expertise is in all areas of general practice, she has particular interests in sports medicine, women’s health and paediatrics. Verity has been the Medical Director for multiple Australian Masters Games and Australian/Southern University Games as well as the 2007 World Police and Fire Games held in Adelaide. Verity was also part of the medical team for the 2013 World University Games held in Russia.
Kate is Principal Physiotherapist at the Wakefield Sports Clinic. She has extensive experience in orthopaedic rehabilitation and return to sport rehabilitation. Kate was previously the Head Physiotherapist for the Matildas, and held this role for 10 years.
Sean is the Owner of Heal Podiatry and West Lakes Podiatry and was the Podiatrist for the Adelaide Football Club from 2006 to 2015. He has worked as a guest lecturer at the University of South Australia and is part of their clinical placement program.
Ben is a Lower Limb Orthopaedic Surgeon at Wakefield Orthopaedic Clinic. He specialises in Knee and Hip Arthroplasty, Sports Knee Injuries and Reconstruction. He is also a clinical lecturer at Adelaide University.
Aaron is an APA Sports Physiotherapist and is currently undertaking further study at La Trobe University. He has previously been the Head Physiotherapist for the North Adelaide Football Club and SASI hockey physiotherapist. Aaron is the chair of the SPA committee in SA and regularly presents for SASMA at Sports Trainer courses. His career goal is to be a physiotherapist at the Commonwealth or Olympic Games.
Harry is a Sports Physiotherapist who currently works at the RAAF Edinburgh Health Centre looking after defence force members. He has experience in both private practice and sports medicine clinics. Harry also works with the Australian Defence Force Rugby Union team, and has previously worked with the West Adelaide Football Club, Lady Reds W-League, South Australian Rugby Union Academy, International Rugby Union 7s and Newton Jaguars Netball Club.
David is a Principal Physiotherapist at Mitcham Rehab. He has extensive experience working with athletes at the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) and the South Australian Sports Institute (SASI). He has been a physiotherapist at the 1996 Melbourne Commonwealth Games and at the past 4 Paralympic Games, and is currently a Team Physiotherapist to the Australian Swimming Team. David has a Clinical Doctorate in Physiotherapy, and has a research interest on tendon, bone and children/adolescent injury.
Dr Geoff Verrall is a Sports and Exercise Physicians at the Sports and Arthritis Clinic (SPARC). He has had over 25 years experience working in full time sports medicine involving clinical consultations for sport injuries and other activity related medical and musculoskeletal problems.
Dr Duncan Walker is a Sports Doctor and Sports and Exercise Medicine Physicians Registrar at the Sports and Arthritis Clinic (SPARC). He has a GP Fellowship (FRACGP) and also has experience in sports medicine capacities. Duncan is currently a Club Doctor for the Adelaide Football Club Men’s and Women’s teams and provides the Football Federation Australia with event coverage in the A-League. He is also the Head Doctor for the Adelaide 36ers.