Stadium Clinic

We are a Sports medicine clinic located in the heart of Sydney at the Entertainment Quarter precinct, we have been servicing our local and greater community since our establishment in 2008. We were previously located at the Allianz Stadium Football ground before relocating to EQ January 2019, during the Stadiums redevelopment.

Our vision at The Stadium Sports Medicine Clinic is to be recognised both in Australia and internationally as one of the centres of excellence for diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation and education in Sport and Exercise Medicine. 

As an Accredited teaching practice through the Australasian College of Sport and Exercise Physicians we are committed to providing a centre that focus’ on the training, mentoring and continuing education of the next generation of physicians within Australia.

The clinics multidisciplinary team approach to patient care includes sport and exercise physicians, orthopaedic surgeons, podiatrists, dietitians, endocrinologists and rheumatologists working together to provide unified advice for effective injury management and prevention strategies.

Not only do we provide care for musculoskeletal injuries but also conditions that may be the result of injury, normal ageing or acute, chronic and overuse injuries.

With an on-site radiology and physiotherapy practice you can ensure there will be clear communication between all disciplines to create a seamless patient experience, establishing a diagnosis and implementing an individualized treatment plan.

With vast on-going experience treating Australia’s elite sporting teams and athletes our doctors will transfer these same principles to their patients, providing the highest level of care.

Whether you have injured yourself on the field, at work or during everyday activities, our goal is to eliminate your pain, restore motion, and return you to your active lifestyle, pain free!


The Stadium Clinic acknowledges the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation as the traditional custodians of the land on which we are fortunate to work and live, and we recognise their continuing connection to land, water, and community.