Dr Peter Braun
- FACSEP (Fellow of the Australasian College of Sport & Exercise Physicians)
- MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery)
- Sports and musculoskeletal injuries – knee, hip, shoulder, elbow
- “Overuse injuries” – tendinopathies, enthesopathies, stress fractures
- Rehabilitation and preparation for return to sport or activity
- Chief Medical Officer (CMO) for the Olympic Winter Institute of Australia (OWIA)
- Medical Director Australian Olympic Winter Team x 6 (1998, 2002, 2006, 2010, 2014, 2018)
- Clinical Training Supervisor for Australasian College of Sport & Exercise Physicians (ACSEP)
- Director of Peak Sports Medicine (2012 – 2018)
- Active transport – cycling and walking
- Strength training
- The best medicine is real food, exercise, and a balanced lifestyle that includes adequate sleep. Too often, we look for the quick and easy options, time and labour-saving choices which enable us to spend more time working and / or being sedentary, to the detriment of health and happiness.
- In injury management, rest is over-rated. “Off-loading” is often used as a synonym for rest. There are always options to minimise or avoid deconditioning with injury or illness. It’s not unusual for deconditioning effects to exceed those of an initial injury.