Dr Bassam Moses


Dr Bassam Moses

Sports & Exercise Medicine Physician

About Dr Bassam Moses

Sports & Exercise Medicine Physician
Dr Moses graduated from UNSW in 1996 with a Bachelor of Medicine & Surgery and a Bachelor of Science. He is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and worked as a general practitioner for 11 years. He also completed a postgraduate Diploma in Sports Medicine at the University of NSW in 2000.

Dr Moses has completed advanced training in the specialty field of Sport & Exercise Medicine through the Australasian College of Sports Physicians. He has practiced at multiple sports medicine clinics in Sydney & Melbourne including South Sydney Sports Medicine, Hills Sports Medicine, Sydney University Sports Medicine, Premier Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine, Lakeside Sports Medicine & Lifecare Sports Medicine.

Dr Moses is currently the Chief Medical Officer of the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs NRL Club & Western Sydney Wanderers Football Club and assistant medical officer to the NSW State of Origin Team.


His interests include the management and prevention of injuries in all active people from recreational to elite:

  • Adult & child sports medicine
  • Acute and overuse tendon injuries
  • Autologous blood and PRP injections
  • Ultrasound guided injections
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Shoulder pain, knee, foot and ankle injuries
  • Acute and chronic back pain
  • Injuries in children and adolescents
  • Workplace injuries

Medical Team Coverage:

  • 2015-Current Assistant Medical Officer NSW State of Origin Team
  • 2014-Current Chief Medical Officer Western Sydney Wanderers Football Club
  • 2013-Current Chief Medical Officer Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs RLFC
  • 2012 Local Medical Officer Champions Trophy Hockey Tournament
  • 2012 Medical Officer Melbourne Demons AFL
  • 2009-2011 Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs RLFC NSW Cup & Junior Representatives
  • 2005-2008 Chief Medical Officer Newtown Jet Rugby League Club

Systematic review: Annual incidence of ACL injury and surgery in various populations.
Res Sports Med. 2012 Jul; 20(3-4):157-79. doi: 10.1080/15438627.2012.680633.