I am an orthopaedic surgeon with a special interest in wrist, hip and knee surgery.
I completed my medical education at Monash University, and subsequently finished my orthopaedic training in Victoria and Tasmania.
I also completed multiple post-graduate degrees, concentrating on orthopaedic surgery and anatomy, culminating in a PhD in knee replacement surgery; technique and optimizing functional outcome.
I completed further specialist training in wrist surgery in Barcelona, Spain under the guidance of Professor Marc Garcia-Elias, arguably regarded as one of the best wrist surgeons world-wide.
Outside of surgery, I have a keen interest in research, anatomy, philosophy, history and bad puns.