Dr James Taylor is a General Practitioner with specific sports medicine training. A founding director and associate of Australian Sports Doctors and a director of the Australian Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Clinic, Dr Taylor is committed to the care of athletes and physically active people.
Dr James Taylor graduated from The University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, completing his medical training across regional Victorian institutions. Whilst fulfilling a surgical assistant role, Dr Taylor commenced his legal studies, completing a Bachelor of Law in 2001 and was official admitted to practise law in 2003. He spent 3 years practising law with Minter Ellison Lawyers, across multiple corporate groups including medical negligence and professional liability, corporate and dispute resolution. He then returned to his medical training, awarded with his General Practitioner Fellowship in 2008.
Dr Taylor is currently completing a Graduate Diploma of Sports Medicine at The University of Melbourne. He is dedicated to developing his clinical skills with a focus on sports medicine and musculoskeletal medicine.
Away from the office Dr Taylor unwinds through some woodwork and steelwork, creating indoor and outdoor furniture for the home.
Dr James Taylor is available for bookings in relation to independent medical examinations, workplace injuries, transport accidents, public liability matters, total permanent disability and medical negligence claims. He is also available for complex case discussion, telemedicine assessment and file review.
MBBS LLB FRACGP
Royal Australian College of General Practitioners
Sports Medicine Australia