Dr Cornelius Du Toit (Sport and Exercise Medicine Specialist)

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Dr Cornelius Johannes Du Toit
FACSP 2008
MBChB Orange Free State University 1997
Sport and Exercise Medicine Specialist
Languages Spoken
Medical Specialties
Sport and Exercise Medicine

Dr Neels du Toit achieved his primary medical qualification in 1997 from the University of the Freestate, South Africa. He then completed a diploma in Sports and Exercise Medicine from Bath University, UK. He worked as a Sports Physician registrar at the Brisbane Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Centre and joined Olympic Park Sports Medicine Centre in 2006. Neels completed his specialist Sports Physician fellowship from the Australasian College of Sports Physicians in 2008. He joined Metro Spinal Clinic in 2008.

He has a specialist interest in chronic back, groin and neck pain. As well as providing pain management consultations, Neels performs regular diagnostic and therapeutic spinal interventions under fluoroscopy guidance. Having a keen interest in tendon pathology Neels performs ultrasound guided therapeutic procedures for acute and chronic tendon conditions.

Hospital Affiliations
Masada Private Hospital
Affiliated Clinics
Metro Pain Group - VIC
Olympic Park Sports Medicine Centre
Affiliated Organisations
International Spine Interventional Society
Australasian College of Sports Physicians (ACSP)
Medical Conditions
Chronic pain
Medical Interventions
Sports injury
Pain Management
Pain management
Sports Medicine

Practice Locations


Metro Pain Group - VIC
Monash House
Ground Floor
271 Clayton Road
Clayton VIC 3168 
03 9595 6111
03 9595 6110
Olympic Park Sports Medicine Centre
60 Olympic Boulevard
Melbourne VIC 3004 
1300 859 887
03 9420 4352


  • Diagnostic accuracy of power Doppler ultrasound in patients with chronic tennis elbow. Br J Sports Med 2008;42:872-6. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18308874 Abstract: To determine the diagnostic accuracy of power Doppler and grey scale ultrasonography, assess the relationship between severity measures and neovascularity, and describe the intra-tendon distribution of neovascularity in chronic tennis elbow.