Hip Replacements are common operations to help relieve pain and stiffness in the hip joint. They are effective for people with long term hip pain due to conditions such as osteoarthritis. A hip replacement replaces the diseased hip joint with an artificial joint. Learn more
Knee Replacement is a surgical procedure designed to replace a severely damaged knee joint with an artificial knee joint. The procedure is designed to help with pain and restore the bending movement of the knee. Learn more
Knee Arthroscopy is a common minimally invasive surgery in which a small camera is used to view the inside of a knee. While looking within the joint, our specialists can treat problems found in the knee such as torn or damaged cartilage and tendons. Learn more
Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction
The Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) found in the middle of your knee joint is important in keeping your stable, especially in movements such as changing directions quickly when running. A tear in this ligament can make your knee feel loose or not stable, and your knee can feel like it may give out. Learn more
Revision Hip & Knee
Revision joint replacement is performed to replace a worn out joint replacement. Reasons a revision joint replacement is required include worn-out implants, infection of a replaced joint, and instability or incorrect of an implanted joint. Learn more
Our surgeon participates on the on-call trauma roster at the Albury Wodonga Health – Albury Campus and is an experienced orthopaedic trauma surgeon.