Dr Boundy graduated from Flinders University in 1985.? On graduating he joined the Navy, spending time on surface ships, in submarines, and as the Senior Surgical Officer in the Naval Hospital at HMAS Penguin. While Officer In Charge of the Navy’s School of Underwater Medicine and medical director of the Navy’s Hyperbaric Unit, he qualified as a Navy Diver. Since leaving the Navy Dr Boundy has been a partner at Sydney Sports Medicine Centre and worked at Central West Orthopaedic and Sports Injuries. He has worked as a Consultant in Rehabilitation to the Department of Defence and Workplace Injury Management Services. In 2003 he founded Nepean Specialist Sports Medicine at the foot of the Blue Mountains. He has been the doctor for the Australian Paralympic Ski Team, and was the only Sports and Exercise Physician to be a part of the Australian Paralympic Team for Sydney 2000. He was awarded the Australian Sports Medal for his services to Athletes with Disabilities. He has provided medical services to a range of AIS and NSWIS teams, NRL teams, and Soccer Australia. His further studies have included a Graduate Diploma in Exercise and Sports Science (Syd) and a Masters of Sports Medicine at the Australian Institute of Sport. In 2002 he was awarded Fellowship of the Australasian College of Sports & Exercise Physicians (ACSEP). He is a clinical lecturer at Sydney University Medical School, Nepean, and an accredited Clinical Training supervisor with ACSEP. He has published a book chapter on Diving Medicine and various journal articles on Diving Medicine and Sport for Athletes with Disabilities. He has served on numerous committees within ACSEP and in 2014 was elected President of the College. Dr. Boundy is the only physician in Australia, and the first outside of North America, to be licensed to offer the Regenexx family of Regenerative Medicine Procedures for musculoskeletal injuries and arthritis.