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Dr Mark Fisher


About Dr Mark Fisher

Sports Doctor
Dr Fisher is a co-founding Principal Practitioner of SPORTSMED·SA, now known as sportsmed. In 1985, Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr Greg Keene was inspired to build a centre of excellence for the treatment and care of sport injuries, and approached fellow Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr Roger Paterson, along with Sports Physiotherapist Susan Everett to join him in establishing SPORTSMED·SA. Other sports medicine professionals perceived to be the best in their fields were recruited for their skills, ambition and commitment to the vision. By the end of 1987, the founding principals started to regularly meet to establish the framework for the new clinic. They were Orthopaedic Surgeons Dr Greg Keene, Dr Roger Paterson and Dr Michael Hayes, Doctors with a special interest in sports medicine including Dr Peter Barnes, Dr Mark Fisher, Dr Geoff Graham and Dr Malcolm Grant, and Physiotherapists John Camens, Shylie Davidson, Glenn Dods and Susan Everett. These practitioners were responsible for overseeing design and construction of the building, developing contractual and financial structures and implementing a marketing and business plan for the clinic.

Special Interests

  • Sports Medicine
  • General Practice

Service Location

Stepney Healthcare Hub


  • Medical Officer, Olympics, Beijing 2008 and London 2012
  • Track Cycling/Road Cycling World Championships, 2006-2012
  • Medical Officer, Australian Cycling Team, Commonwealth Games, Melbourne 2006 and Delhi 2010
  • Medical Officer, Port Adelaide Football Club (AFL)
  • Medical Officer, Australian Cycling Team
  • Co-founding Principal Practitioner of SPORTSMED·SA
  • Private Sports Medicine Practice Since 1989
  • Diploma of Sports Medicine, RACGP, 1986
  • Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, Flinders University, 1981


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