Dr. David Abraham
Sport and Exercise Medicine Physician
BSc (Med) MBBS FACSEP
David graduated from the University of New South Wales in 1998 and spent his early training at Westmead Hospital, before starting Sports Medicine training at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra in 2003. He then moved back to Sydney and continued his training at Narrabeen Sports Medicine Centre (2005-06) and Nepean Specialist Sports Medicine (2007), before attaining a Fellowship in Sport and Exercise Medicine through the Australasian College of Sport and Exercise Physicians.
Over the years, he has looked after a number of elite teams including being Chief Medical Officer for the Penrith Emus Rugby team in the Sydney First Grade Competition (2005-2008), the Penrith Panthers Rugby League team (2010-2012) and assistant doctor to Greater Western Sydney AFL (2013). Currently, he is the Chief Medical Officer of the AIS Canoe and Kayak Slalom team based in Penrith.
David has been working at Hills Sports Medicine since 2010. He currently sees all musculoskeletal problems including osteoarthritis and tendinopathies (such as tennis and golfer’s elbow, patella, gluteal and Achilles tendon problems), and is able to advise on treatment and rehabilitation options.
David is also available to see patients at his Penrith rooms: One Point Health, 510-536 High Street, Penrith, Ph: 4732 5188.
All patients require a referral from a GP or Medical/Surgical Specialist.