My interest in upper limb surgery started during the first years of my orthopaedic training in Melbourne.
After being awarded my FRACS in Orthopaedic Surgery, I was fortunate to be selected for three prestigious post–graduate Fellowships in upper limb surgery. This has helped me to further develop my skill and knowledge in conditions affecting the shoulder, elbow and wrist.
I have also taken the opportunity to involve myself with a number of research projects that have now been presented both nationally and internationally. I am currently involved in the Alfred Trauma Fellowship Program.
My family and I have now travelled both sides of the Atlantic. I have been very fortunate to learn, operate and ultimately teach at high volume centres; with world renowned surgeons in the area of shoulder, elbow and wrist.
If you are interested in the centres I have worked at, please take a moment to look at their websites in the links page.