Dr Andrius Ramonas

Sports Physician Specialist

Andrius completed his sports medicine training at the University of Vilnius in Lithuania. He has worked with elite and recreational athletes to improve their wellbeing and injury management. In 2012, he was invited to join the Lithuanian medical team for the Lithuanian national team at the London Olympics.

Andrius’ interest in the physiology of exercise performance inspired him to travel to New Zealand, where he completed his PhD in Exercise Physiology and Sport Nutrition. As part of his academic journey, Andrius worked with the New Zealand Sailing Team and helped them to prepare for the 2022 Tokyo Olympic Games.

Andrius enjoys using a broad set of skills – from diagnostics & management of sporting injuries to advising on the best nutrition strategies to improve performance.

Clinical Interests

  • Endurance medicine
  • Bone stress and bone health
  • Ankle, foot, and knee injuries
  • Injury prevention and return to sport
  • Running biomechanics
  • Musculoskeletal ultrasound
  • Exercise physiology and nutrition

Please note, whilst we have listed specific areas of interest for our practitioners, this does not mean they are limited to only the topics listed. All of our sport physicians are thoroughly trained in every aspect of the musculoskeletal system; the subjects noted above are simply areas of personal interest, not expertise.


  • Sport & Exercise Medicine Physician (Overseas-trained)
  • MBBS, University of Vilnius, Lithuania, 2006
  • MSc in Sports Medicine and Exercise Physiology, Nottingham University, UK, 2009
  • PhD in Exercise Physiology, AUT University, New Zealand, 2022

Previous Sporting associations

  • U18 Beach Volleyball European Championship, Event Doctor (2013)
  • London 2012 Summer Olympics, Team Doctor (2012)
  • Lithuanian Deaf Basketball Team, Team Doctor (2010-2012)
  • Lithuanian National Race-Walking Team, Team Doctor (2008-2012)
  • Lithuanian National Athletics Team, Team Doctor (2009-2012)
  • World Deaf Basketball Championships, Team Doctor (2011)
  • European Youth Olympic Festival, Team Doctor (2011)
  • IAAF World Race Walking Cup, Team Doctor (2009)

To keep up to date with our practitioners’ recent sporting involvements, head over to our MP Sports Physicians Facebook page where you can join our community and be the first to know about our monthly tips on improving general wellbeing and information on common injuries, as well as keeping track of our doctors sporting events/whereabouts.