Dr Mat Brick specializes in arthroscopic (keyhole) surgery of the shoulder, hip and knee. The emphasis is on joint preservation surgery. Dr Brick is fellowship trained in sports orthopaedic surgery, and a graduate of both the University of Auckland School of Medicine and the New Zealand Orthopaedic Association Training Programme.

 Dr Brick’s passion for sports and activity-related injury follows a successful career as a professional triathlete and later as a two-time World Champion Duathlete. He has also represented New Zealand at World Championship level in cycling. He remains actively involved in sport through racing, coaching and research.

Orthosports is based at New Zealand’s premier sports facility, the Millennium Institute of Sport and Health.

Dr Brick is actively involved in research and teaching. He supervises fellowship training of orthopaedic surgeons from New Zealand and overseas. He is actively involved in clinical research, lecturing and publishing on his results. 



Dr Warren Leigh

Dr Warren Leigh specializes in sports medicine and sports trauma surgery including knee, hip and shoulder arthroscopic procedures, knee replacements and spine surgery.

Since completing his fellowships he has been based at Orthosports, at the Millenium Institute of Sport and Health, Auckland, New Zealand.

Warren undertook fellowship training in knee, sports and spine surgery. A Sports Fellowship at Adidas Sports Medicine was followed by a knee Fellowship in Melbourne under Professor Julian Feller and Mr Tim Whitehead at Orthosport Victoria and La Trobe University, Melbourne. A further sports fellowship specializing in Hip Arthroscopy was completed under Mr Mathew Brick at Orthosports and finally a Neuro-Orthopaedic Spinal Fellowship based at the Royal Adelaide Hospital, South Australia, with Professor’s Rob Fraser and Brian Freeman.

Warren was awarded the Richard Stewart Research Scholarship to undertake Orthopaedic research at the University of Otago, gaining a Masters of Medical Science (Distinction) in 2006 and a Diploma of Sports Medicine from Auckland University in 2005.

Warren continues to be involved in orthopaedic research and publishing his results.