Simon has been providing an orthopaedic service (elective and emergency) in Albany for almost a decade. He visits once or twice a month to undertake private consulting at the rooms, as well as to operate and provide an on-call emergency service in the public system at Albany hospital. Simon is passionate about supporting the local orthopaedic service in Albany.
Simon was born and raised in the UK, and studied Medicine at Imperial College, London. He gained his UK surgical Specialist qualification (FRCS) in 2010, followed by his Australian Specialist exam (FRACS). He has completed sub-specialty Orthopaedic Fellowship training in Baltimore USA, Exeter UK, and Perth WA.
Simon has been a committed sportsman all his life and this, combined with a diploma in Sports Medicine, means that he understands both social and elite sportsmen and sportswomen and their injuries and rehab requirements.
Simon is married with 3 busy teenage daughters. Outside of work he enjoys competitive rowing, running, swimming and international travel to catch up with friends and family around the world.
Special Interests (specialties)
Orthopaedic Surgery with sub-specialist interests in joint replacement (hips and knees, primary and revision), sports injuries (ACL, cartilage and ligament injuries) and major trauma.
Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons
Fellow of the Australian Orthopaedic Association
Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England