• Knee
    Arthroscopy
  • ACL
    Reconstruction
  • ACL Reconstruction with
    Allografts and LARS Ligaments
  • Acute
    Knee Injury Clinic
  • Partial
    Knee Replacement
  • Knee
    Replacement
  • Hip Replacement &
    Resurfacing
  • Skiing and
    Snowsports
  • Revision Knee
    Replacement
  • Revision Hip
    Replacement
  • Anterior Minimally
    Invasive Hip Replacement
  • Computer
    Assisted Surgery

Acute Knee Injury Clinic

To cater for the sports enthusiast I run regular Acute Knee Injury Clinics.

In my practice we keep specific appointments for urgent knee injuries so that patients can be seen urgently.

The Acute Knee Injury Clinic runs several afternoons every week.

Sports injury on the weekend? See you Monday afternoon.

Prompt Assessment and Management

Patients will receive:

  • Early assessment of their injury
  • Professional injury management to facilitate an early return to sport
  • X-Rays, MRI scans and other diagnostic tests as required

Acute Injury Patients

Patients suitable for this clinic are those who have:

  • A recent acute knee injury (sporting or recreational activities)
  • Aggravated an existing knee injury
  • Been advised by their GP that immediate attention is required.
  • Attended an Emergency Dept and been told further management is required.

Requirements for Clinic Appointment

Patients requiring an urgent appointment should

  • Contact the practice by telephone 83826199 and mention that you have an acute knee injury
  • Diagnostic imaging is not essential (this can be arranged after a review if indicated)
  • A referral from a GP is not required although you will receive a higher rebate from Medicare if you provide one
  • St Vincent's Hospital Sydney
  • Macquarie University Hospital
  • Australian Orthopaedic Association
  • The Royal College of Surgeond of Edinburgh
  • Royal Australasian College of Surgeons
  • The Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland
  • Sydney University Football Club
  • Bulldogs
  • Cronulla Sharks
  • Moximed