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Dr Judith May
MBChB BHB FACSEP
Sport & Exercise Medicine Physician
Dr Judith May is excited at the opportunity to assist people to recover from injury or illness and to guide their return to sport and active lifestyles.
Judith has extensive experience with elite sport, having worked as Medical Director of Triathlon New Zealand, Medical Director of Triathlon Australia and consultant to High Performance Sport NZ - Cycling Centre of Excellence. She has also worked as a consultant to the ACT Academy of Sport and to the Australian Defence Force Academy.
As team doctor for the High Performance Triathlon team, she has attended 7 World Championships, 2 Olympic Games and a Commonwealth Games.
In the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, Judith was Team Doctor for the New Zealand women's hockey team, supporting them through to the bronze medal match against Germany.
Judith has worked with numerous sports, including netball, golf, rugby league, AFL football, men's and women's cycling, super rugby, triathlon, marathon running, diving and has conducted research into wrist injuries in long distance kayaking.
Judith has a special interest in women's health and has maintained an academic post-graduate university teaching post focussing on Health Issues for Women in Sport for 2014. She also contributes to the Australasian College of Sports Physicians, sitting on the Board of Censors, which oversees the College's registrar teaching program.
She has competed internationally in mountain running as well as cycling. Judith is an inspiration to all of us at Peak Sports Medicine with her ongoing commitment and love of both running and cycling.