Dr Carlee Van Dyk completed her medical degree at Monash University in 2010. She spent many years working in hospitals before making the move to Sports Medicine, commencing her specialist training in 2016.
Carlee currently works at Geelong Football Club, looking after the men’s VFL team, and worked with Melbourne City Womens FC in their championship wining 2016 season. In addition, she has provided medial services at track and field, ironman and other long distance events, as well as providing match day medical coverage for A- League matches and other VFL teams.
Carlee has a background as a group fitness instructor and personal trainer, and can provide exercise programs as a basis for the treatment of a wide variety of conditions. She is particularly interested in the role of exercise as a treatment for osteoarthritis, and can assist in the development of training programs to manage this condition over the long term.
Carlee subscribes wholly to a philosophy of exercise is medicine, and is a keen attendee at HIIT classes, plays social touch rugby and gets to the mountains to ski whenever the footy schedule allows.
Career Highlights / Affiliations / Associations
- Game day Doctor, JLT Cup, Geelong Cats Football Club (2017)
- Event doctor, Zatopek 10, Athletics Australia (2016)
- VFL doctor, Geelong Cats (2016- present)
- Game day doctor, A- League, (2016- 2017)
- Melbourne City Womens FC, Team Doctor (2015/16)
- ICC cricket world cup, training sessions doctor (2015)
- Melbourne Victory Youth Team Doctor (2014/15)
- University Blues Football Club Doctor (2015)
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