176 Barnard Street
Bendigo, Victoria 3550

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Lee Bray Physiotherapist (B.physiotherapy APAM)

Lee qualified as a physiotherapist in 2001 and specialises in the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries and orthopaedic rehabilitation, across both athletic and non-athletic populations. This includes joint/ligament sprains, muscle and tendon injuries, back and neck pain, headaches and overuse injuries.

As a member of the APA's Sports Physiotherapy Group he is committed to current and up to date treatment of musculoskeletal injuries and rehabilitation approaches. Working closely with the BOSMC orthopaedic team, Lee can also help patients achieve the best rehabilitation outcomes after joint replacements, arthroscopy and reconstructive surgery.

Lee has worked internationally as team Physiotherapist for both the Australian Waterski Team and Australian Junior Waterski Team as well as gaining experience working at several orthopaedic hospitals in the United Kingdom. He has a special interest in running injuries and biomechanics and AFL.

A keen water skier, runner and triathlete he is passionate about keeping people physically active and getting clients back to their best as quickly as possible.

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Craig Mansfield Principal Physiotherapist (APA Sports Physiotherapist)

Craig is an APA Sports Physiotherapist and specialises in sports injuries, musculoskeletal and orthopaedic conditions with a particular interest in tendon pain, knee, hip/groin and shoulder injuries.  Craig was the physiotherapist to Bendigo Spirit WNBL since their inception in 2007 until 2015, helping them to the National Titles in both 2012/13 and 2013/14.  He is the club physiotherapist at Golden Square Football Club and the Bendigo Interleague Squads.


Latest News

  • 30 August 2018
    Bendigo Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Clinic (BOSM) realises the need for a co-ordinated, multidiscipline clinic catering to patients from the Central Victorian district with sport related injuries. For many years’ patients have been making the inconvenient trek to Melbourne to seek specialised Medical and Allied Health subspecialists regarding their sport related injuries. BOSM is now in its fifth year of operation is located at 176 Barnard Street Bendigo; opposite the QEO oval.  The clinic offers a broad spectrum of Medical and Allied Health services for patients presenting with sport related injuries. Our Specialist Medical practitioners cover Sports Medicine, Orthopaedic Surgery (upper and lower limb), General Surgery and Rheumatology.  Our Allied Health team include sports and chronic injury Physiotherapists, Hand therapists and Podiatry. BOSM has recently introduced a Rapid Access Pathway (RAP) with the intention of providing early assessment, investigation and treatment for patients with new injuries. Patients can be referred to the RAP clinic by their GP or self present without a referral and be seen by one of our primary assessment practitioners.  Patients will have their initial assessment performed by one of our Medical or Specialist Nurse Practitioners and appropriate investigations arranged. They are then referred on to whichever of the Medical or Allied Health practitioners will be best suited to manage their condition. Our close relationship with the imaging services in Bendigo allows us to provide most patients the same day imaging and a post-imaging review appointment to discuss the results and initiate treatment on the day of presentation. Our aim is to minimise the inconvenience of multiple visits and avoid the delays many patients experience awaiting a diagnosis and commencing treatment.  Patients can make an appointment by calling 03 5442 5288 or via fax on 03 5442 5399.