Sam is our Head of Sports Medicine and leads our Head Injury & Concussion Care service.
He has been at the forefront of improving the management of head injuries in amateur sport and in children for the last 10 years. He is recognised as an expert in the area and has presented nationally and internationally on the topic. He has also been featured by The Times, Rugby World magazine, BT Sport and BBC News speaking about concussion.
Sam has extensive experience in both the amateur and elite sporting environments. He is an RFU academy doctor, a match-day doctor for Harlequins, lead doctor for the Rosslyn Park National School 7s, medical officer for the International Weightlifting Federation, and has worked at the Commonwealth Games, the World Athletics Championships and the World Triathlon Series.
Sam trained at Guy’s, King’s & St Thomas’ Hospitals, London. Following junior doctor posts he undertook surgical training, specialising in Trauma & Orthopaedics. He worked in young adult hip surgery for over a decade and has further qualifications in sports medicine and pre-hospital care.
Whether you are interested in our Sports Medicine, Schools Medicine or Lifestyle medicine services, we’d love to hear about how we can help you so please get in touch.
Meliora Medical Group’s Sports Medicine service operates under the name ‘Return2Play’ and has it’s own website.
Return2Play are the UK’s leading sports medicine provider for schools, clubs and universities.Visit return2play.org.uk