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Dr Craig White - Guildford


Craig WhiteDr Craig White trained at St Bartholomew's hospital, qualifying in 1990. He became a registered General Practitioner in 1995 and went into General Practice at Aston Clinton Surgery, where he became a senior partner in 2003. Being a rugby player and track and field athlete, Dr White has always been interested in sports and exercise medicine and gained a Masters Degree in 2005 from the University of Bath. Subsequently he was asked to write part of one of the modules and teach and examine on the course.

After completing his masters degree, Craig set up an intermediate musculoskeletal clinic in Buckinghamshire and worked privately at a sports injuries clinic in Aylesbury.

Dr White has worked with British Judo since 2004 and been the Chief Medical Officer since 2006; attending World and European Champions at both Junior and Senior levels and the Olympic Games in Beijing in 2008.

Craig's love of Rugby has lead him to work with London Irish for 4 seasons, providing clinics and working pitchside match days and attending the premiership final in 2009.

In 2010 Dr White was selected as one of the eight headquarters doctors for the Olympic Games in London in 2012. He was involved with all the sports, primarily looking after the athletes in the sports of Judo, Wrestling and Fencing.

Craig attended the Commonwealth Games in New Delhi in 2010 with Team Wales and has been appointment the role of Chief Medical for the Welsh Team at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow 2014.

His interest in sport has taken him to a variety of other sports at an elite level, in World Cup 20/20 cricket, international hockey and with Rugby League's 'Super League'. Dr White works with the Rugby Football Union and Rugby Football League teaching trauma management to doctors and physiotherapists. He has published in the field of combat sports medicine.

As a result of his experience, Craig has developed a keen interest in sports injuries and rehabilitation as well as nutrition and elite performance. Through this, he has a particular interest in knee and upper limb injuries as well as back pain.

Dr White works at the Blackberry Clinic in Guildford.