Dr Sandra Mejak
Dr Sandra Mejak is a Sport and Exercise Physician based in Perth, WA Dr Mejak has a wide breadth of knowledge that can assist elite athletes, recreational athletes, and active individuals in the diagnosis and management of musculoskeletal injuries.
Dr Sandra Mejak has worked at the Australian and Victorian Institutes of Sport, and with the Australian team at the 2010 and 2014 Commonwealth Games, as well as on the Queens Baton Relay 2006, and Polyclinic 2006 and 2018. Dr Mejak was also the State Medical Officer for the Western Australian Cricket Association (WACA) for 4 years and Medical Officer for the Hopman Cup for 5 years.
The treatment of medical conditions in active people is also something that Sandra can assist with, and she has a special interest in treating asthma, female issues, paediatric and adolescent sports medicine, and fatigue.
Dr Mejak has worked with teams in international and national competitions in basketball, hockey, shooting, soccer, volleyball and netball. She has performed official medical screening for the AFL draft.
Dr Mejak’s wide knowledge of musculoskeletal pain and injury can also assist those who are not physically active.
Dr Jane Taylor
Dr Jane Taylor is a senior Sport and Exercise Medicine Registrar with a background in Orthopaedic surgery.
Dr Taylor is the team physician for the West Coast Eagles WAFL team and the upcoming women’s AFLW team. She has previously worked with the Young Matildas (U19) Australian Women’s Soccer team and also has experience in NRL providing care for the Cronulla Sharks and Manly Sea Eagles. Dr Taylor has a keen interest in cycling, both road and mountain bike; surfing, being Medical Director for the Australian Open of Surfing, NSW; and expedition medicine having been the expedition doctor for a trek up Mount Kilimanjaro.
Dr Taylor has a strong personal interest in exercise for health which should be attainable by all no matter their ability. She is dedicated to keeping you active, whether starting from scratch or getting you race ready following injury.