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Dr Andrew Hogg

Sports & Exercise Medicine (consultant)

 

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About me

Dr Hogg graduated from Newcastle University in 2006 before undertaking further training in a range of acute medical specialties around Manchester. He then completed Sport and Exercise Medicine higher specialist training in Sheffield from 2012. Throughout this period he gained invaluable experience in the management of musculoskeletal and physical activity related injuries.

His main role is working as a Consultant in Sport & Exercise Medicine at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust - one of a relatively small number of jobs of its type in the country & the only one in South Yorkshire. Despite the job title, this is not just about looking after keen sportspeople, but any patient with an issue affecting their ability to be as active as they would like to be. On a daily basis he manages a wide range of patients with complex musculoskeletal problems referred by GPs, physiotherapists and other Consultants.

Another of his key roles involves working at the English Institute of Sport treating injuries and illnesses in elite athletes from a wide range of Olympic and Paralympic sports, including being the Chief Medical Officer for British Wheelchair Basketball & team doctor to the GB Boxing squad. He is also club doctor at Leeds Rhinos RLFC & the Chief Medical Officer to the UK School Games.

He believes the principles of treatment and rehabilitation he applies to international and professional athletes, are just as pertinent to all members of the public and aims to employ this holistic approach to care with all of his patients.

Areas of interest

Sport and exercise medicine; Musculoskeletal medicine; Tendon, muscle and joint injuries; Muscle, joint or ligament pain; Sports injuries; Sports trauma; Contact injuries; Overuse injuries; Tendinopathy; Tendonitis; Stress fractures; Running injuries; Hip disorders; Groin disorders; Knee pain; Shin splints; Achilles tendon; Ankle pain; Tennis elbow; Elbow pain; Back pain; Joint injection; Soft tissue injection; Concussion; Youth sport; Physical activity;

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