Tina Bogg is an accredited exercise physiologist who graduated from The University of New South Wales with a Bachelor of Health and Sport Science (Exercise Physiology). She worked at the UNSW Lifestyle Clinic for several years prescribing exercise to patients with a variety of chronic lifestyle diseases, including obesity, hypertension, cardiomyopathy, Type 2 diabetes and a variety of musculoskeletal diseases. She continued her studies with a Masters of Research specialising in an “In-patient exercise intervention for children during Haemoatopietic stem cell transplant”. Following her Masters she continued her interest in working with children and adolescents by working at the Children’s Hospital Institute of Sports Medicine at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead since 2013. Here she was involved with concussion patients alongside Professor Gary Browne and assisted in the assessment, treatment and management of these patients. She has also worked part-time in private practice with patients suffering from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome at The Fatigue Centre, with a lot of similar principles applied to patients with Post-Concussion Syndrome.