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Dr Ogilvie-Brown is a Rehabilitation Medicine Physician, helping people affected by injury, illness or a chronic condition reach their full potential.

Dr Ogilvie-Brown is a Rehabilitation Medicine Physician, helping people affected by injury, illness or a chronic condition reach their full potential.

About Dr Meredith Ogilvie-Brown

Dr Meredith Ogilvie-Brown is a Consultant Physician in Rehabilitation Medicine, providing services at Mater Private Hospital South Brisbane, North West Private Hospital and St Vincent’s Private Hospital Brisbane.

Meredith graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) and began her medical career as a physiotherapist, working in public and private hospitals as well as in community health. In 2008, she earned her Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery from the University of Queensland’s School of Medicine.

Dr Ogilvie-Brown is a Rehabilitation Medicine Physician, taking a lead role in rehabilitation teams. An advocate for goal-focused treatment, Meredith enjoys the team environment of rehabilitation therapy and her approach is highly collaborative, ensuring that treatments and therapies are optimised to suit her patient’s goals.

Medical interests

Hypertonicity management, including botulinum toxin injections and baclofen pump refills

Orthopaedics (e.g. post joint arthroplasty)

Neurology

Amputation

Reconditioning

Cardiac rehabilitation

  • Hypertonicity management, including botulinum toxin injections and baclofen pump refills

  • Orthopaedics (e.g. post joint arthroplasty)

  • Neurology

  • Amputation

  • Reconditioning

  • Cardiac rehabilitation

Visiting hospitals in Brisbane

North West Private Hospital
137 Flockton Street
Everton Park, Qld 4053

Mater Private Hospital
Annerley Road Campus
41 Annerley Road
South Brisbane, Qld 4101

St Vincent’s Private Hospital
411 Main Street
Kangaroo Point, Qld 4169

Professional experience and qualifications

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Dr Meredith Ogilvie-Brown completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2003, at the University of Queensland. After graduation, she practiced in hospitals and community health settings providing specialist pelvic floor physiotherapy as well as general physiotherapy.

In 2008, Meredith graduated from the University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery. As a junior doctor and rehabilitation registrar, she worked in both rural and urban hospitals throughout Queensland.

Dr Ogilvie-Brown is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Queensland’s School of Medicine. Her research has been published internationally and she continues to be involved in new research projects as well as the education of medical students and junior doctors.

Forming an ongoing relationship with my patients is very important to me. Seeing someone’s health and mobility improve over time is incredibly rewarding

— Dr Meredith Ogilvie-Brown