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Dr Walter has had a strong interest in hip and knee replacement surgery since the 1970s, when first undertaken in Australia. He is among the most respected surgeons in Australia.
The Fellow will work with Dr Burrow, whose particular interest is in arthroscopic surgery for sporting injuries, shoulder instability, rotator cuff tears, knee ligament injuries as well as surgery for shoulder and knee arthritis.
This Fellowship focuses on the reconstructive and arthroplasty surgery of the hip and knee joints. The Fellow will be involved in pre-operative evaluation and surgery in a large and busy joint replacement practice.
Professor Krishnan has a particular surgical interest in shoulder and hand surgery and has presented at many internal forums.
Mr Gonzalvo specialises in spinal and skull base surgery with expertise in keyhole and microsurgery of the spine, complex reconstructive interventions for spinal fractures and deformity.
Dr Molnar specialises in pelvic and lower extremity trauma with interest in hip and knee reconstructive procedures and replacements using minimally invasive techniques and computer navigation.
This Fellowship is aimed at orthopaedic surgeons wishing to gain post Fellowship training in hip and knee arthroplasty techniques and approaches, with exposure to revision surgery.
This is a specialist Fellowship Programme for qualified orthopaedic surgeons wishing to extend their expertise in lower limb, knee and shoulder surgery.
Mr Dallalana is a shoulder, elbow and knee surgeon based in Melbourne. He focuses on the management of shoulder disorders and the utilisation of arthroscopic techniques.
Dr Randhawa manages sports hip conditions such as femoro-acetabular impingement, ligamentum teres and labral tears, gluteal tendinopathy and hip replacement in the younger adult.
The Fellowship offers experience in joint replacement, joint revision and musculoskeletal tumour surgery. The Fellow will be an integral part of a multidisciplinary musculoskeletal oncology team concerned with limb salvage.
The Fellowship involves broad exposure to all aspects of foot and ankle surgery and lower limb reconstruction including elective, trauma and Ilizarov cases.
Dr Dickinson has been an orthopaedic surgeon at Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane for 25 years and established the Queensland Bone Tumour Registry, which he continues to chair.
The Fellowship encompasses all aspects of clinical involvement in shoulder and upper limb orthopaedic management in a busy 14-member group practice.
Dr Inglis has a particular interest in degenerative conditions of the hip and knee including primary replacement, revision surgeries and direct anterior approach hip replacements.
This Fellowship will provide extensive training to recent orthopaedic graduates in the diagnosis and management of hip and knee arthroplasty, arthroscopy and the specialised osseointegration for above knee amputees.
The Fellow is expected to become an integral part of the department, which undertakes the full spectrum of arthroplasty work. The Fellow will be assessing new and follow-up patients in clinic and attending theatre lists.
Dr Dixon is an orthopaedic specialist of the lower limb with a particular interest in arthritis and sports injuries.
Associate Professor Ross specialises in surgery of the hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder including microsurgery, arthroscopy and joint replacement.
Dr Dave specialises in shoulder and knee surgery, arthroscopic surgery, joint replacement and sports related injuries.
Dr Solomon specialises in hip and knee surgery with interest in arthritis surgery of the hip and knee, arthroscopic knee surgery and joint preserving hip surgery to help prevent the development of hip arthritis.
Mr Baré is an Australian and internationally trained orthopaedic surgeon who specialises in hip and knee surgery including the treatment of sports injuries and arthritis.
This Fellowship will provide exposure to moderately complex primary joint replacements of the knee, hip and shoulder and revision arthroplasties. You will participate in departmental meetings and undertake research for peer review on a six monthly basis.
The Fellowship is to provide experience and training in total joint arthroplasty, training in navigation, seminars on complex and difficult cases and clinical discussions.
This is a clinically based research Fellowship with a focus on shoulder and upper limb surgery covering arthroscopy, reconstruction and arthroplasty.
Dr Peter Walker is a specialist in hip and knee disorders with a special interest in computer navigation, ligament reconstructions, hip arthroscopy, cartilage grafting and revision joint replacements.
Associate Professor Steadman specialises in orthopaedic surgery with special interests in upper and lower limb general orthopaedics and arthroplasty and orthopaedic oncology.
This Fellowship will focus on all aspects of upper limb surgery including trauma and elective reconstruction, sufficient to enter sub-specialty practice if desired. This includes arthroplasty, arthroscopic surgery and microsurgery.
Professor Warwick Bruce is a consultant orthopaedic surgeon in hip and knee surgery. His special interests include minimally invasive hip and knee surgery and computer assisted surgery.
Dr Burrow’s specialises in shoulder and knee surgery with an interest in arthroscopic surgery for sporting injuries, shoulder instability, rotator cuff tears, knee ligament injuries and surgery for shoulder and knee arthritis.
Mr Soo had undertaken a travelling Fellowship working with leading shoulder surgeons in New York, London and France. He specialises in shoulder and elbow orthopaedics.
The Fellowship will provide experience in total hip and knee arthroplasty using the latest techniques with activities including patient consultation, surgical assisting, perioperative patient care and research.
Dr Macgroarty is a specialist knee and shoulder orthopaedic surgeon. He is focused on the management of complex knee and shoulder injuries in both professional and amateur athletes.
Dr Brighton sub-specialises in hip and knee replacements, knee arthroscopy and knee ligament reconstruction.
The Fellow will gain further experience and training in all aspects of adult hip and knee joint arthroplasty, including arthroscopic knee ligament reconstruction, in a busy metropolitan practice.
The Fellowship is largely clinical with a heavy weighting towards knee surgery. Some flexibility exists to structure the Fellowship with additional exposure to hip and/or shoulder surgery.
Dr Wright specialises in elbow, hand and wrist, and shoulder surgery.
Professor Carey Smith is part of the University Department of Orthopaedics at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital. His clinical interests focus on orthopaedic oncology and complex lower limb reconstruction.
The Fellowship is designed for surgeons who have completed their training and are seeking further subspecialty training in hip and knee arthroplasty, reconstructive and arthroscopic knee surgery and hip arthroscopy.
Dr Cree specialises in spine surgery, paediatric spine and orthopaedic surgery. He is Director of Spine Surgery Fellowship programmes at the Children’s Hospital Westmead and Royal North Shore Hospital.
Mr Byrne specialises in reconstruction of the shoulder, hip, knee and ankle including joint replacement, sports injuries and arthroscopic intervention and complex revision surgery.
The Fellowship encompasses all aspects of clinical involvement in sports orthopaedic management in a busy group practice, including assessment of new patients, surgical treatment at assistant level, post-operative care and rehabilitation.
The Fellow will have a keen interest to further their clinical knowledge and practical skills. It is predominantly a hip and knee private practice experience with a public hospital affiliation.
Dr Wood has approximately 25 years of practice experience and specialises in arthroscopic and reconstructive surgery of the knee.
Dr Cheung has an interest in all areas of adult spinal conditions and utilises both open and minimally invasive techniques in the management of acute and chronic spinal disorders.
Mr Barwood has a particular focus on arthroscopic techniques for shoulder tendon (rotator cuff) and stabilisation surgery as well as modern shoulder replacement surgery.
The Fellowship encompasses learning the direct anterior approach to the hip; assessing patients before surgery for suitability for this procedure; following them through rehabilitation; undertaking outcomes research; and observing a variety of hip arthroscopic procedures.
Mr Shepherd specialises in all scopes of foot and ankle surgery and general adult and paediatric orthopaedic trauma.
Dr Coleman specialises in arthroscopic surgery of the knee and shoulder including complex knee ligament reconstruction and arthroscopic shoulder surgery and joint replacement.
Dr Randle specialises in orthopaedic surgery of the hip and knee with special interest in hip and knee replacement.
Professor Smith specialises in orthopaedic and trauma surgery as well as primary and revision joint replacement surgery of the knee, hip and pelvis.
Dr Albietz exclusively consults and operates on all spinal conditions affecting the neck and lower back from disc prolapses causing sciatica to complex scoliosis or spinal tumour surgery in both adults and children.
Professor Walsh’s research is at the interface between implanted materials and the connective tissues of the body as it relates to orthopaedic, plastic and reconstructive and vascular surgery.
Dr Trantalis has a particular interest in advanced arthroscopic techniques for the repair of massive rotator cuff tears.
Mr Quan is an Australian and Fellowship-trained consultant orthopaedic surgeon specialising exclusively in spinal surgery.
Associate Professor Ek is a hand and upper limb surgeon who specialises in the treatment of degenerative, inflammatory and traumatic conditions involving the hand, elbow and shoulder.
Dr Janes specialises in arthroscopic and reconstructive surgery of the shoulder, knee and hip. He trained in orthopaedic surgery in the UK and Perth and achieved his orthopaedic Fellowship in 1994.
Associate Professor Bell specialises in shoulder, elbow and sports injuries. He is internationally renowned for his clinical research and dedication to excellence in patient outcomes.
Mr Lording is a locally and internationally trained orthopaedic surgeon specialising in surgery of the knee. He also has an active interest in clinical and biomechanical research.
Associate Professor Labrom has a special interest in scoliosis surgery in both children and adults. He treats all types of scoliosis and other paediatric spinal conditions with both non-operative and surgical methods.
Mr Collopy specialises in hip and knee replacement, revision arthroplasty and pelvic and acetabular trauma.
Dr Liu specialises in hip and knee surgery with a particular interest in reconstruction of the sports injured knee, surgical treatment of hip and knee arthritis and computer navigated knee replacement surgery.
Dr Bergman specialises in adult reconstruction and joint replacement surgery of the lower limbs. He has a special interest in hip and knee revision arthroplasty and difficult or unusual primary arthroplasty.
Professor Kuster’s particular interest is in hip arthroplasty, knee arthroplasty and revision arthroplasty of those joints.
The major focus of the Fellowship is to train in arthroscopic reconstruction techniques involving minimally invasive surgery of the hip.
The goal of the Fellowship is to gain instruction and expertise in the assessment, planning and surgical management of all lower limb arthroplasty procedures.
Mr Shimmin has performed over 10,000 surgical procedures with special expertise in hip and knee joint replacement and arthroscopy and knee reconstruction of injured athletes.
The Fellowship is principally concerned with the teaching of orthopaedic aspects of shoulder and elbow surgery. Experience in this area includes joint replacement, arthroplasty and all types of arthroscopic surgery.
Dr Perko has a special interest in surgery of the hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder including general orthopaedics and sports injuries.
Dr McEwen has a particular interest in surgery for sporting injuries of the knee and his post fellowship training and ongoing involvement with the ICRS and ISAKOS reflects this interest.
This Fellowship is suitable for a candidate preparing for a career in hand surgery. The Fellow will be involved in emergency and elective cases, on call from the emergency department and outpatient care.
Dr Karpik has a special interest in joint replacement of the hip, knee and shoulder. He also specialises in sport medicine and general musculo-skeletal problems of the shoulder and lower limb.
Dr Zicat has an interest in hip and knee implant design and is involved in ongoing evaluation of current and future implant technologies.
This Fellowship involves exposure to all aspects of hip and knee arthroplasty surgery including new
Dr Slater specialises in arthroscopic and reconstructive surgery of the foot and ankle and commenced practice in 1989.
The Fellowship will be a combined Clinical and Research Fellowship. Primary and revision joint replacement with an emphasis on impaction grafting.
Associate Professor Walter’s interest is in hip and knee issues from arthroscopic procedures, straightforward joint replacement surgery to highly complex conditions.
This Fellowship is focused on orthopaedic surgeons wishing to gain experience with diseases of the knee and joint arthroplasty, particularly in the sports medicine environment, and is offered through the North Sydney Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Centre.
The Fellow will assist in AMIS (Anterior Minimally Invasive Surgery) for Total Hip Arthroplasty and Conventional and Patient Matched Instrumentation for Total Knee Arthroplasty.
Dr Athanasiov is an orthopaedic surgeon who practices in Brisbane, Australia with a special interest in treating the spinal conditions.
Dr Rimmington is a specialist orthopaedic surgeon with a special interest in knee surgery, shoulder surgery, sports injuries and ligament reconstruction.
Mr Young’s special interests are sports medicine and arthritis surgery. He has a research interest in knee ligament injuries, patellar instability problems and the management of stress fractures in athletes.
This Fellowship provides exposure to all aspects of hip, knee and shoulder replacement as well as arthroscopy and arthroscopic reconstruction.
Dr Journeaux’s major orthopaedic elective interest is in lower limb joint replacement including hip and knee arthroplasty with a special interest in revision hip surgery.
Dr Rooney is an Orthopaedic Surgeon specialising in reconstruction of the adult lower limb. He is an Australian pioneer in minimally invasive computer navigated, anterior total hip replacement surgery.
The Fellowship is principally concerned with the teaching of orthopaedic aspects of shoulder, elbow and knee surgery. Experience in this area includes arthroscopic reconstruction and joint replacement.
Dr Schneider has a particular interest in all aspects of foot and ankle surgery focusing on first MTP joint replacement, ankle arthroscopy, hind foot reconstruction and forefoot reconstruction.
The Fellowship focuses on the Fellow obtaining a broad knowledge of all aspects of foot and ankle surgery. The Fellow will experience elective and trauma foot and ankle surgery and become competent performing such surgery.
Professor Crawford deals only with pathology of the hip and knees. Much of his practice is dedicated to primary hip and knee replacement and knee arthroscopy surgery.
The Fellow will gain surgical experience in the fields of arthroplasty (including complex revision and computer navigation), sports medicine (including ACL reconstruction, shoulder, hip and knee arthroscopy) and trauma.
Dr Turnbull’s specialty areas are lower limb, sports injuries and arthritis. He is experienced in the latest innovative procedures such as minimally invasive hip replacement.
The Spinal Fellowship focuses on trauma, infection, neoplasia and degenerative disorders and is sponsored via The Wesley Research Fund.
The Fellowship provides a program of joint replacement with an emphasis on hip and knee arthroplasty.
The Fellowship encompasses all aspects of clinical involvement in hip and knee arthroplasty (primary and revision) management as well as hip preservation procedures, knee sports medical reconstruction work and arthroscopic hip and knee procedures.
Associate Professor Roe is a highly experienced surgeon performing over 400 knee procedures per year. He specialises in ACL reconstruction and procedures for osteoarthritis of the knee.
Dr Small is an Orthopaedic Surgeon with extensive experience in the latest techniques for surgery of the hip, knee and orthopaedic trauma.
Dr Carmody’s main interest is conditions of the foot, ankle and knee. His Fellowship training had an emphasis on arthroscopic techniques for treating arthritis and sports injuries.
Mr Fick’s sub-disciplines of orthopaedics including computer navigated trauma and joint replacements as well as arthroscopic procedures of the hip, shoulder and knee.
Dr Annear specialises in ACL reconstruction, lower limb sports surgery including groin and hamstring surgery, lower limb arthritis surgery and paediatric orthopaedics.
Dr Leong specialises in the surgery of hip and knee, completing his medical degree at The University of Sydney in 1995.
Dr Wines specialises in arthroscopic and reconstructive surgery of the foot and ankle in adults and children. His research interests include minimally invasive bunion surgery and pain relief after forefoot surgery.
Associate Professor Pinczewski specialises in arthroscopic and reconstructive surgery of the knee, ACL reconstruction, knee replacement surgery and clinical research in knee surgery.
The Fellowship is for a qualified orthopaedic surgeon wishing to extend his/her expertise in shoulder surgery, knee surgery or hand and upper limb surgery.
The Fellowship involves delivery of all aspects of medical care to the patients being treated, including public and private patients and operating theatre responsibilities to gain advanced surgical training in reconstructive arthroplasty and trauma surgery.
Dr Witherow specialises in adult lower limb orthopaedics having obtained his orthopaedic Fellowship in 1990.
Mr Hoy specialises in hand and wrist surgery including trauma, all forms of shoulder surgery and a particular interest in elbow surgery.
Professor Yates has been practicing in WA as a Specialist Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon since 2006 with a particular interest in joint replacement and trauma.
This Fellowship will enable the Fellow on completion to successfully assess and examine hip patients; perform hip arthroscopy and hip osteotomies; assist and partially perform Ganz Peri-acetabular Osteotomies; and assist and later perform hip replacements via an anterior approach.
Dr McQueen specialises in orthopaedic surgery of the lower limb with particular emphasis on hip and knee replacement surgery, unicompartmental knee replacement surgery and arthroscopic surgery of the knee.
Dr Fardoulys has a subspecialty interest in shoulder and knee arthroscopic surgery and sports injuries.
The Fellowship is focused on hip and knee arthroplasty surgery and revision surgery. It will also involve hip, knee and shoulder arthroscopy and knee reconstruction.
Fellows will be exposed to both hip and knee arthroplasty, primary and revision and ligament/soft tissue reconstructions of the knee.
Mr Clark specialises is hip and knee surgeon with a special interest in joint replacement surgery and arthroscopic sports surgery of the lower limb.
Dr Lyons has a special interest in disorders of the hip and knee and performs arthroscopic, reconstructive and replacement surgery of the hip and knee.
This Fellowship is focused on orthopaedic surgeons wishing to gain experience in hip and knee arthroplasty, reconstructive and arthroscopic knee surgery, hip arthroscopy. There will be both a clinical and research component to the Fellowship.
This Fellowship is to provide orthopaedic research and the opportunity to gain experience with diseases of the knee and joint arthroplasty in the sports medicine environment.
Dr Wilkinson’s interests include joint replacement and sports injuries of hip, knee and upper limb with particular focus on arthroscopy, joint preservation procedures and joint replacement surgery.
Dr O’Sullivan’s particular interest is in hip replacement including primary replacement, both conventional and resurfacing replacements, focusing on revision hip replacement.
Dr Kulisiewicz specialises in surgery of the hip, knee, foot, ankle and orthopaedic trauma.
Dr Khoo’s subspecialty training includes arthroscopy and arthroplasty; joint replacement of the shoulder, hip and knee; shoulder arthroscopy, hip arthroscopy and knee arthroscopy.
The spine fellow will provide optimal care for patients with all aspects of spinal disorders, involving advanced knowledge in theory, teaching, clinical skills, surgery and research.
The Fellowship encompasses all aspects of clinical involvement in foot and ankle management in a busy 14-member group practice. It includes assessment of new patients, surgical treatment at assistant level, post-operative care and rehabilitation.
This Fellowship is focused on hip and knee arthroplasty surgery and revision surgery. It will also involve hip, knee and shoulder arthroscopy and knee reconstruction.
Dr Grujic specialises in orthopaedic foot and ankle surgery including foot and ankle trauma, arthroscopic surgery, sports injuries and reconstructive surgery.
Mr Carr specialises in shoulder, hip and knee joint replacement, arthroscopic and reconstructive surgery.
Professor Khan’s areas of expertise include hip and knee arthroplasty, trauma and sports surgery.
Mr Rice specialises in foot, ankle, hip and knee joint replacement, arthroscopic and reconstructive surgery. He was born and educated in Melbourne and has trained as an orthopaedic surgeon in Australia and overseas.
Mr James’ principal area of interest has been the design of total knee joint prostheses and the surgical instruments used to implant them.
This Fellowship is aimed at Fellows wishing to gain experience with diseases of the knee and arthroplasty, particularly in the sports medicine environment. The Fellowship is offered through the North Sydney Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Centre.
Mr Evans specialises in shoulders and knees with his practice encompassing all facets of knee and shoulder surgery, with particular interest in shoulder instability syndromes and rotator cuff surgery.
Dr Donnelly is a specialist hip and knee arthroplasty surgeon with a special interest in computer navigation and the introduction of new technology.
This Fellowship is designed to educate the Fellow in all aspects of orthopaedic oncology including pathology, surgery, radiology and understanding of adjuvant therapies. The Fellow is expected to have completed his advanced orthopaedic training.
This is a pure research Fellowship to work with our Research Committee on a number of ongoing studies. The Fellowship is deigned to develop the academic career of a highly motivated individual though multidisciplinary orthopaedic research on multiple research projects.
Dr Glase specialises in arthritic conditions of the hip and knee and primary and revision total knee arthroplasty. He is regarded as one of the most experienced anterior approach surgeons in Australia.
Mr Tham specialises in hand and risk surgery at St Vincent’s Public Hospital in Melbourne and as a Senior Hand Surgery Consultant at Dandenong Hospital in Victoria, while maintaining a busy private practice.
Dr Hazratwala specialises in lower limb and trauma with special interests in adult total hip and knee replacements and adult revision (previously failed or painful) hip and knee replacements.
Dr Lam has particular expertise in sports related injuries of the foot and ankle including the use of arthroscopic surgery.
Dr O’Donnell has been performing hip arthroscopy since 1990 and is one of the most experienced hip arthroscopy surgeons in the world.
This Fellowship involves a wide range of adult joint reconstructive surgery from joint preserving procedures and primary arthroplasty to complex revision surgery.
Associate Professor Mercer is the Head of the Orthopaedic Department at the Repatriation General Hospital in Adelaide. He oversees and provides support of all clinical trials conducted within the Department.
The Fellowship is an integral part of the Orthopaedic Unit of the University of Melbourne (Western Health). The Fellowship is principally concerned with the teaching of orthopaedic aspects of shoulder and elbow surgery.
Dr Radovanovic specialises in lower limb surgery including knee arthroscopy, ACL reconstruction, knee replacement, hip arthroscopy, hip surgery and sports injuries.
Professor Wood’s interests are in cell-based therapies, musculoskeletal oncology and primary and revision joint replacements of hip and knee.
Dr Simon Gatehouse is a Brisbane-based surgeon specialising in adult and paediatric spinal surgery. He is directly involved in Australian registrar training and the training of international spinal surgeons.
Professor Page specialises in shoulder, upper limb and hand surgery. His research includes outcomes of shoulder conditions and shoulder arthroplasty and biomaterials assessment and epidemiology.
Dr Keeley’s interests are hip and knee surgery, complex trauma surgery and deformity correction. He has a strong research interest in teaching activities involving orthopaedic trainees, medical students and nurses.
Dr. Parminder J Singh is an Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon based in East Melbourne, Australia and is a Member of the Hip Arthroscopy Australia Group. He has an interest in Hip and Knee Arthroscopy and Joint replacement surgery. Parminder is currently performing his surgery at St Vincent’s Private East Melbourne, Epworth Richmond Private Hospital, Epworth Eastern Private Hospital and Bellbird Private Hospital. In addition to his surgical commitments, Parminder is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at Monash University in Melbourne, Director of Orthopaedic Research and Education at Eastern Health and is on the Editorial Subcommittee for the International Society of Hip Arthroscopy.
Mr McMahon specialises in the management of arthritis and injuries of the hip and knee including sports injuries. He was one of the first surgeons in Australia to embrace the recent advances in hip resurfacing.
Mr Rogers’ particular interest is in traumatic and degenerative spine disease including trans oral and complex reconstructive surgery for tumours and congenital abnormalities.
Dr Broe specialises in joint replacement surgery of the hip and knee, arthroscopic and ligament reconstruction of the knee and arthroscopic/mini-open surgery for femoroacetabular impingement of the hip.
This Fellowship involves arthroscopic surgery of the hip and knee, reconstructive surgery of the knee, total knee and total hip replacement and revision surgery.
Mr O’Sullivan has particular interests in the management of acute knee injuries including ACL reconstruction, the management of meniscal injuries and patellar realignment surgery.
The Fellowship offers specialised training in all aspects of hip and knee arthroplasty surgery including primary arthroplasty surgery, revision arthroplasty surgery, navigated surgery and arthroscopy.
Associate Professor Al Muderis specialises in hip, knee and trauma surgery with interest in hip arthroscopy, resurfacing, knee arthroplasty and reconstruction of recurrent patellar dislocations.
Dr Qurashi specialises in orthopaedic and trauma surgery and has a further interest in advanced techniques in hip arthroscopy, primary and revision hip and knee replacement surgery and knee ligament reconstruction.
Dr Herald specialises in the management of sports injuries, trauma and arthritis of the shoulder, elbow and knee and is a current examiner for the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS).
Mr Balakumar specialises in lower limb surgery including joint preservation surgeries of the hip, sports injury surgeries of the knee and scoliosis surgery in children.
Mr Wilde has expertise in all areas of the spine including cervical, thoracic and lumbar regions. He regularly performs minimally invasive spine surgery, which is appropriate for some lumbar spinal problems.
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