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Dr Kendall Brooks

Sport & Exercise Medicine Registrar
Geelong Campus


Originally from rural Western Australia, Dr Kendall Brooks completed her undergraduate medical degree in 2011 at the University of Western Australia.  Kendall completed her internship at Royal Perth Hospital, Western Australia’s primary trauma center and has since gained experience within the specialties of Paediatrics, Emergency Medicine and Orthopaedic Surgery. After moving to Melbourne Kendall has spent the last 3 years working as the Team Doctor for the Western Bulldogs VFL team and has enjoyed her involvement with various other sporting teams and events.

Kendall has a special interest in concussion management and education as well as injury prevention and treatment. Her personal sporting involvements have included netball, basketball, tennis, running, swimming and water skiing. Kendall believes that exercise is medicine and is passionate about promoting health and wellbeing for everyone through involvement in physical activity.

No referral is required to see Kendall but please bring any relevant scans or results to your appointment.


Applied Anatomy for Surgical Trainees Musculoskeletal System Module, University of Adelaide
Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS), University of Western Australia

Career Highlights / Affiliations / Associations

  • Match Day Doctor – Melbourne City Women and Youth League Teams, visiting A league teams (2015 – present)
  • Team Doctor – Footscray Bulldogs (2014 – present)
  • Geelong Half Ironman Medical Officer (2014)
  • Spartan Race Australia Medical Officer (2016)

Professional Conference Presentations

  • “Player and Coach safety and welfare issues” presentation, Geelong Football League (2017)
  • “The role of Hyperbaric Oxygen for soft tissue injury recovery” presentation, ACSEP Conference (2017)
  • “Groin Pain” presentation, AFLDA Conference (2015)

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