Dr Mark Muller   


Doctor Muller is a qualified Sport and Exercise Physician and is the Director of Summit Sports Medicine.

Sport and Exercise Physicians or "Sports Physicians" are medical doctors who have done an additional medical Specialist training program in Sport and Exercise Medicine.

Mark studied at school and University in Auckland before moving to Mount Maunganui in 2002 to begin work as a qualified doctor. He then established a broad background in medicine across various fields in New Zealand, Australia and the United Kingdom. He initially pursued an interest in Emergency Medicine before obtaining Fellowships in General Practice and finally Sport and Exercise Medicine.

Mark was awarded the 2016 College Medal for 1st place in the FACSEP (Sport and Exercise Medicine) Fellowship Examinations.

In 2012 he was also awarded 1st place in the RNZCGP (General Practice) Clinical Examinations.

Mark has a passion for all things sporting; playing, watching and assisting others to excel. 

Please reload

DSC_2543 crop.jpg

Dr Thomas Chin 


Thomas is a Sport and Exercise Medicine registrar in his third year of training with the Australasian College of Sport and Exercise Physicians.


He graduated medical school from the University of Auckland before spending time in both Dunedin and Waikato Hospitals where he gained valuable experience across a variety of medical, surgical, and emergency specialties.

After completing his Postgraduate Diploma in Sport and Exercise Medicine out of the University of Otago he found his passion in this field and started work in Hamilton. Now recently moved to the area he is ready to help the Bay of Plenty community achieve their goals.

Thomas is family orientated and has interests in football, snow sports, hiking, and exercise. He’s here to help all people, be that getting you back up and moving or on top of the sporting podium.


Book an appointment to see Thomas today...