Graham is a Physician at Axis, and is currently the Chief Medical Officer for the NZ Vodafone Warriors and previously had a period as Team Doctor for the All Blacks. He has also had positions with NZ Rugby Academy, Auckland Blues, Auckland NPC, and Counties Manukau teams. Outside of rugby he has worked with a number of Academy of Sport athletes including Valerie Adams, and attended a number of Olympic and Commonwealth Games.

About

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Graham is a Sport and Exercise Physician and the co-founding partner of Axis Sports Medicine.  Graham has had extensive involvement in rugby medicine. Currently, he holds the position of Chief Medical Officer for the NZ Vodafone Warriors and previously had a period as team doctor for the All Blacks 2004/2005. His rugby participation dates back to the 80s and also includes the NZ Rugby Academy, Auckland Blues, Auckland NPC, and Counties Manukau teams.

Graham has been a NZ High Performance Sport Medicine provider and has worked closely with a number of Academy of Sport athletes including Valerie Adams. He was a physician on the medical team for the London Olympic Games 2012 and the Glasgow 2014 and Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games teams and was the previous Medical Director for Canoe Racing NZ, NZ Squash and NZ Golf.

Graham is also involved with Sports Medicine Academia as a member of the Clinical Exercise Physiology Advisory Board and a lecturer in Postgraduate Diploma in Sports Medicine at the University of Auckland.

Team Involvement and Achievements

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Current:

  1. Chief Medical Officer NZ Vodafone Warriors
  2. Match day doctor NZ Vodafone Warriors NRL team
  3. Advisory role and relieving Team Doctor Counties Manukau Rugby
  4. Lecturer in Postgraduate Physiotherapy (Auckland University of Technology), and Postgraduate Diploma in Sports Medicine (University of Auckland).
  5. Member of the Clinical Exercise Physiology Advisory Board (University of Auckland)

Previous:

  1. All Blacks Doctor 2004-2005
  2. New Zealand High Performance Sports Medicine Provider
  3. Medical Adviser, New Zealand Olympic Advisory Committee
  4. HPSNZ Medical Director Kayak
  5. Team Physician New Zealand Commonwealth Games Team, Delhi 2010, Glasgow 2014
  6. Medical Director NZ Canoe Racing
  7. Medical Director NZ Squash
  8. Medical Director NZ Golf
  9. NZ Rugby Football Union Academy 1996-2000
  10. Auckland Blues 1996-1999
  11. Auckland NPC 1996-2003
  12. Counties Rugby 1989-1996