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Dr Alastair Jones

Alastair is a Sports Medicine (SEM) and Musculoskeletal (MSK) Physician, and a Consultant in Emergency Medicine at Bradford Royal Infirmary. With over 15 years experience, he is one of only a handful of UK Physicians in the north of England with these specialisms.


Alastair’s areas of clinical expertise include SEM/MSK assessment and management, MSK Ultrasound, tendinopathies, bone stress reactions, joint pain management and concussion. The latter of which he is a key opinion leader for several global medical organisations.

From amateur to international athletes, Alastair expertly and successfully assesses, diagnoses and treats MSK injuries. He runs Sports Medicine and MSK clinics across Leeds and Bradford, within the NHS and private sectors.


Alastair has held the post of Head of Medical Services for Leeds Rugby where he oversaw the medical departments of both Leeds Rhinos Rugby League and Yorkshire Carnegie Rugby Union. Currently, he is the Head of Medical Services for Leeds Rhinos Netball.


Previously, Alastair worked for Tonga as their Doctor during the 2013 Rugby League World Cup, and held the role of Immediate Care Doctor at the 2015 Rugby Union World Cup and 2016 Rugby Union Junior World Cup.


Alastair is a Director of ecovery - a clinical triage platform, and of Simply MSK Ltd. - a musculoskeletal and sports medicine education company, placing him at the forefront of MSK Medicine in clinical, digital and educational fields.


2003: Medicine at University of Sheffield

2011: Fellowship to the Royal College of Emergency Medicine

2016: Post Graduate Diploma in Sports and Exercise Medicine at University of Bath

2019: Membership to the Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medicine

2021: Post Graduate Certification in MSK Ultrasound at University of East London

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