Dr Matt Robinson is an International Fellow from New Zealand. He gained a BSc(Hons) in Human Biology from Loughborough University before completing his medical degree at Cambridge University. He gained a Postgraduate Diploma in Sports and Exercise Medicine through Bath University.
Matt moved to New Zealand in 2007, where he began working full-time as a Sports Medicine Doctor. During his time overseas, he worked as team doctor for the successful Canterbury and Counties Manukau provincial rugby teams, as well as being team doctor for the Black Ferns (NZ women’s rugby team). He was Chief Medical Officer at the 2013 BMX World Championships, New Zealand team doctor at the 2013 Australian Youth Olympic Games and has also provided medical cover for ITU triathlon races and numerous other sporting events.
In 2012 he completed a 6-month Fellowship at Aspetar Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Hospital, Qatar.
Matt has an interest in running and cycling injuries and biomechanics, as well as exercise for health.