176 Barnard Street
Bendigo, Victoria 3550

bosm-phone(03) 5442 5288

banner bosm building cycling hockey

Sports Medicine

Dr Simon Locke: Sports & Exercise Physician

Dr Simon Locke treats tendonitis, medical problems of active people, and chronic heel pain. He offers effective treatments for tendon injuries, tendinitis, and tendinopathy involving Achilles, chronic heel pain including Plantar Fasciitis, shoulders and elbows.

He is actively involved in clinical research in these areas.

He also deals with sports related problems such as asthma, overtraining and osteoarthritis in active people.

Simon looks after all athletes ranging from the weekend athlete to elite athletes. An ‘athlete’ is a person who participates in any activity for fun, competition and/or performance. Athletes are active people between 10 and 80 years of age.

Simon is the only Sports and Exercise Physician in Regional Victoria.  He is centrally located in Bendigo for ease of access and regular treatment.

For more detailed information visit Simon’s website.


Sports and Exercise Physician Registrar, Dr Samantha May

Currently we have the services of a Sports and Exercise Physician Registrar, Dr Samantha May.

She is currently undertaking specialist training in the management of sports injuries and illnesses, as well as the development of specific exercise programs tailored to each individual’s personal needs and limitations. Outside of the office, Samantha is currently enjoying working as the Western Bulldogs Football Club AFLW team doctor and the Bendigo Pioneers (TAC Cup) club doctor. She has a passion for treating all musculoskeletal injuries, whether it be recreational, elite or work related. She is able to provide a specialised sports medicine service to patients of all ages, sports and abilities at an affordable rate.

No referral is required to see Samantha, but please bring any relevant scans or results to your appointment.

Latest News

  • 15 March 2018
    Dr Michael Dickinson received his medical degree from the University of Melbourne in 2014. He has undergone his residency training at The Royal Melbourne Hospital with a focus in emergency, trauma and orthopaedic units. During this time he also worked with the musculoskeletal and amputee rehabilitation teams at Royal Park. He is determined in providing evidence based practice in athletes of both professional and recreational backgrounds of all ages. His personal interests include soccer, rugby and Australian rules football. Outside of his full time work he has also provided medical coverage for VFL and TAC football with Sandringham Football Club. Qualifications 2014 - Doctor of Medicine (M.D), University of Melbourne 2009 - Bachelor of Biomedical Science with Honours in Anatomy and Neuroscience, University of Melbourne A referral from your GP would be ideal but not necessary to see Dr Dickinson. Please call 03 5442 5288 to make an appointment.