Dr Neels duToit

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Sport & Exercise Physician
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Olympic Park Campus
MBChB, DipSEM, FACSEP

Bio

Neels du Toit is passionate about improving people’s quality of life, be that for patients with chronic musculoskeletal conditions or active sports people with longstanding injuries.

He works as part of a multi-disciplinary team in which his role is making an accurate diagnosis and providing pain relief using various interventional techniques. Neels believes that the key to long-term improvement for patients with chronic musculoskeletal conditions is to improve movement and to decrease fear of pain provoking actions and postures.

Neels du Toit practices at OPSMC’s Olympic Park Campus.
Patients can book appointments with Neels by calling our friendly receptionists on 1300859887.

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Qualifications

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB) (UFS, RSA)
2014
Spine Intervention Society: Radiofrequency Denervation Bioskills
2012
Spine Intervention Society: Cervical Bioskills
2010
Spine Intervention Society: Lumbar Bioskills
2004
Diploma in Sport and Exercise Medicine (DipSEM), Bath UK
2008
Fellow of the Australasian College of Sport and Exercise Physicians (FASCEP)

Career Highlights / Affiliations / Associations

  • Match day Doctor – Brisbane Lions AFL Club (2014–Present)
  • Team Physician – Melbourne Storm Rugby League Club (2006–2009)
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Research / Publications

"Diagnostic accuracy of power Doppler ultrasound in patients with chronic tennis elbow" - British Journal of Sports Medicine, accepted for publication: February 2008
"An audit of clinically relevant abnormal laboratory parameters investigating athletes with persistent symptoms of fatigue"
Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, accepted for publication: January 2007

Professional Conference Presentations

  • ACSEP Annual Scientific Conference, Gold Coast Australia – Changes in movement and muscle activation patterns following successful medial branch blocks and sacroiliac joint injections (2015)
  • Faculty of Musculoskeletal Physicians Annual Scientific Conference, Melbourne, 2015 – Radiofrequency Denervation for knee and hip joint pain (2015)
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Campus Key
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Olympic Park Campus
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Geelong Campus
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Warrnambool Campus
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