I subspecialise in disorders of the hip and knee and in hip and knee replacement surgery.
In 2000, he was accepted for a subspecialty Hip and Knee Replacement Fellowship at Harvard University Medical School, Boston. During this time, he published multiple research papers on knee kinematics and function of knee replacements; his research team published some crucial concepts relating to knee flexion that was critical in the development of high flexion knee designs. He trained under and worked with some of the leading knee and hip surgeons in the world at Massachusetts General Hospital and The Brigham and Women's Hospital.
MB BS, FRACS (Ortho), Fellow of AOA