Meet the panel
Dr Matt Chamberlain
Dr Chamberlain is a fellow of the Australasian College of Sport and Exercise Physicians (ACSEP). He has covered a wide range of sports over the last 15 years, including AFL, A-league, gymnastics, netball and basketball at an elite level. Dr Chamberlain has also worked closely with the Australian swimming team since 2012 and travelled with them to both Commonwealth and Olympics games. He has a special interest in conservative management of degenerative joint, tendon and other musculoskeletal conditions, and particularly enjoys the challenge of foot and ankle pathology. Dr Chamberlain believes strongly in the role of nutritional, lifestyle and exercise approaches for many of these issues, and like a multimodal approach to optimise outcomes. He also has experience using injectable interventions for joint and tendon disorders including the use of prolotherapy, high volume injection techniques, hyaluronic acid, PRP (platelet-rich plasma), ACS (Autologous Conditioned Serum) and stem cells when appropriate.
State Female and Melbourne Stars physiotherapist
Megan is a titled sports and exercise physiotherapist who works full time with elite cricketers at Cricket Victoria and previously as the team physiotherapist for the Australian women’s cricket team. She is part-owner of the Cricket & Sports Medicine Centre, a private practice in St Kilda Melbourne, where they specialise in the diagnosis and management of sports-related injuries in particular cricket injuries; from weekend warriors through to elite and professional athletes. Megan has worked in multidisciplinary sports private practice settings over the last 16 years, as well as with various elite teams and professional athletes including the Australian Open Tennis, Tennis Australia/ITF tournaments, AFL (Hawthorn FC), WNBL basketball (Dandenong Rangers), Basketball Victoria and Gymnastics Victoria. She has a keen interest in the unique challenges of working with female athletes.
Captain of the Australian Opals basketball team
Jenna has proven herself to be one of the most complete players in women’s basketball, with her ability to score, facilitate and defend making her a key cog in the Jayco Australian Opals machine. Jenna cemented her spot in the Opals squad for the 2010 FIBA World Championships before helping the Opals win the bronze medal at the 2012 London Olympic Games and captained the Opals to a silver medal at the 2018 World Championships and a gold medal at the 2018 Commonwealth Games. As well as WNBL honours, Jenna played in the WNBA for the Los Angeles Sparks and the Seattle Storm and in the Basket Lattes-Montpellier Agglomeration (BLMA) in France. Jenna managed to win the title in the French Cup in 2014 with 18 points and five rebounds. More recently, Jenna captained the Southside Flyers (formerly Dandenong Rangers) to their first championship in 2020.