Dr Corey Cunningham is a fellow of the Australasian College of Sport and Exercise Medicine Physicians (ACSEP), having completed specialty training in Sport and Exercise Medicine. He is the current Censor in Chief, overseeing the ACSEP examination process.
He is also a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and holds a postgraduate Masters in Sports Medicine from the University of NSW.
Dr Cunningham’s experience includes working with elite teams across many sports, including rugby, soccer, rugby league, paralympic sport, rowing, sailing and golf.
He is currently Chief Medical Officer for the NSW Institute of Sport, the Australasian PGA Golf Tour, Football NSW and Western Sydney Wanderers FC.
He is part of the Tokyo 2020 Australian Olympic Games Team, having previously fulfilled medical roles in the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Team as well as Rio 2016 and London 2012 Paralympic Teams.
His interests include the management and prevention of injuries in all active people – from recreational to elite:
- Acute and overuse tendon injuries
- Injection options for arthritis and tendinopathies
- Stem cell research
- Shoulder pain, knee, foot and ankle injuries
- Acute and chronic back pain
- Injuries in children and adolescents
- Medical problems such as diabetes, asthma, headaches and epilepsy in athletes
- Workplace injuries