Dr Carrie McCrea-Routray completed her medical training at the University of Edinburgh in 2004 and worked locally in hospital posts before completing GP training and gaining further qualifications in child health, women’s and sexual health.
Carrie made the decision to leave her post as a GP partner last year to concentrate on working within Sports Medicine –a field in which she has been involved with for over ten years. Carrie has a broad range of experience of working with high performance and development athletes throughout Scotland and has special interests in mental health in sport and female athlete issues. Carrie also continues to work in the NHS as a musculoskeletal medicine physician within the Orthopaedic department.
She was employed at Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games as a Venue Medical Manager and is heavily involved in developing services for mental health awareness in professional football. Carrie now specialises in joint injection therapy.
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