Bio

I started my studies in Medicine in  Spain where I graduated as MBBS by the University of Alicante in 1996. 
I then  traveled to England where I completed my postgraduate training as a GP in Basildon Hospital.
I returned to Spain where I worked as a GP and Emergency Department doctor up until 2012.
In 2013 my wife Sonia and I made Australia our new home. I started working as a GP  in the beautiful Mornington Peninsula when I attained Fellowship with the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (FACRRM).

Experience I am a member of the Australian Association of Muscle-skeletal Medicine(AAMM) with special interest in back and neck pain, trigger points, sciatic-type pain, arthritis, whiplash, shoulder pain, knee pain, hip pain, sports injuries and fibromyalgia.

As Fellow of the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (FACRRM), my  training and experience as a doctor covers various fields of medicine.

“I have a special interest in Regenerative Medicine, specifically in osteoarthritis. Currently I am experimenting with a new therapy Platelet Rich Plasma

Current job locations –  I consult at Dromana Family Doctors  in Mornington and at the Aspendale Clinic. 

Hobbies and interests I am fluent in English and Spanish and enjoy martial arts and new technologies.