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Sports Physician Registrars

Sydney Sports Medicine Centre is a centre for training doctors undertaking specialisation from the Australasian College of Sports Physicians. Here are the current registrars.

A doctor's referral is not required to see them.
  • Dr Jin Lee

    MBBS MSpMed
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    Dr Jin Lee is a 4th year registrar completing his specialist training with the Australian College of Sport and Exercise Physicians.

    Jin has worked in a variety of elite sports and is currently the team physician to the Fiji Bati national team continues as well as providing services to the National Rugby League (NRL) and Hyundai A-League. He is currently working with elite rugby league athletes as part of the NSW Origin Pathways system and will be team doctor to the Junior Wallabies (U20s) for their World Cup campaign in 2019.

    Jin has previously worked at the Newcastle Knights, Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs and has also provided medical coverage for the Sydney 7’s Rugby tournament, Wallabies test matches, Cricket Australia, Sydney International Tennis, Taekwondo and multiple endurance events.

    Jin has completed his Master of Sports Medicine and has published research in the field of concussion. Jin has an interest in both acute and chronic musculoskeletal issues and sees patients ranging from the weekend warrior to the elite athlete.

    No referral is required to see Jin and it is requested that any imaging and letters be brought to your appointment.

    Jin also consults at Hills Sports Medicine in Bella Vista and Sydney West Sports Medicine in Rooty Hill.
    1. Dr Jin Lee
  • Dr Jacob Jewson

    BMedSc(Hons) MBBS(Hons)
    Dr Jacob Jewson
    Dr Jacob Jewson is a first year registrar in sport and exercise medicine.

    He has previously worked at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne for 3 years, predominantly in orthopaedics, trauma and emergency medicine. Over the past 3 years he has gained experience in sports medicine by working in Aussie Rules football in Melbourne. He has worked for the University Blues in the Victorian Amateur Football Association, Footscray in the VFL and the Western Bulldogs in the AFLW. He is looking forward to working in rugby league and rugby union while working in Sydney.

    He is involved in a number of research projects and has a particular interest in the role of metabolic diseases in tendinopathy, having completed an honours year on this subject.
    2. Dr Jacob Jewson

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