Dr Mona Shabghareh

Sports Physician Specialist

Mona has been practicing in the field of sport and exercise medicine since she graduated from the Shiraz University of Medical Science (Iran) in 2009. She attained her fellowship in 2012 from Tehran University of Medical Science. After 7 years working as a sport and exercise medicine specialist in Iran, Mona moved to Australia in 2020. Just a few months later, she joined MP Sports Physicians to follow her passion which is optimising people’s heath and helping athletes to perform at their best. In 2023, Mona became a fellow of the Australasian College of Sports and Exercise Physicians.

During her career, Mona has worked with various ranges of athletes including recreational and professional soccer players, tennis players and volleyball players. Other than musculoskeletal injuries, Mona has had a lot of experience in the rehabilitation of chronic disease such as asthma, diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

Clinical Interests

  • Tendon pathologies
  • Joint and soft tissue guided procedures (PRP- cortisone -visco-supplements)
  • Spine injuries and chronic low back and neck pain
  • Women and youth health in sport
  • Tennis, volleyball, soccer and dance

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 and exercise medicine specialist (Overseas trained)
  • MBSS

Previous Sporting associations

  • Medical doctor-Iran woman national volleyball team (2019)
  • Medical doctor-Azadi sport complex (2019)
  • Club doctor for Niko Atlas Zagros U23 soccer club (2018-2019)
  • Club doctor Setareh Woman health club (2013-2014)

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