• Hip joint replacement - anterior, posterior and revision
  • Hip arthroscopy


  • Knee replacement - total, partial and revision
  • Knee arthroscopy
  • Ligament reconstruction for ACL injuries
  • Patellar surgery
  • Osteotomy of the knee
  • Sporting injuries of the knee

Foot and ankle

  • Fractures of the foot and ankle 
  • Bunion surgery
  • Ankle reconstruction
  • Ankle replacement
  • Big toe arthritis
  • Morton’s neuroma
  • Sporting injuries of the foot and ankle


  • Shoulder reconstruction
  • Shoulder arthroscopy
  • Rotator cuff repairs
  • Shoulder dislocation and instability
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Sporting injuries of the shoulder

Hand, wrist and elbow

  • Carpal tunnel surgery
  • Trigger finger and thumb
  • Arthritis of the hand
  • Ganglion surgery
  • Dupuytren’s release
  • Fractures of arm, wrist and hand
  • Sporting injuries of the arm, wrist, elbow and hand


Joint replacement surgery

Your orthopaedic surgeon may suggest joint replacement surgery for your hip or knee as an option if other more conservative treatments, such as medication and physiotherapy, have failed. You may still be experiencing pain and have limited mobility, especially if you have arthritis of the joint, an injury or other debilitating condition.

Joint replacement surgery, followed by an exercise recovery program, can restore quality of life, allowing people to enjoy walking, cycling, swimming and golf as well as their normal daily activities.