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Hip in pain x-ray


  • Anterior total hip replacement
  • Conventional total hip replacement
  • Revision total hip replacement
  • Hip arthroscopy
Shoulder Surgery - X Ray


  • Total shoulder replacement
  • Reverse total shoulder replacement
  • Rotator cuff repair
  • Arthroscopic stabilisation
  • Subacromial decompression
Knee Surgery


  • Total and partial knee replacement
  • Revision knee replacement
  • High tibial osteotomy
  • Knee arthroscopy & reconstruction


  • Pelvic fractures & acetabular reconstructions
  • Hip fracture fixation & joint replacement surgery
  • Hip – labral tears
  • Knee – intra articular fractures
  • Knee – meniscus and ACL injuries

Melbourne Bone and Joint Clinic specialise in adult reconstructive and joint replacement surgery of the hip, knee and shoulder, particularly primary and revision joint replacement surgery. We further specialise in performing minimally invasive total hip replacement using the direct anterior approach. Our expert skills extend to sporting injuries of the hip and knee joints, regularly performing ACL and multi-ligamentous knee reconstruction and hip arthroscopy.

Melbourne Bone and Joint Clinic is primarily located in Richmond. We offer consulting services to the Inner and North Western suburbs of Melbourne as well as Bendigo and Seymour. Along with our broad consulting service, we offer patients the opportunity of choosing regional or city based hospitals for their surgical requirements, operating privately from Epworth Hospital Richmond, John Fawkner Private Hospital in Coburg and St John of God Hospital in Bendigo.

Melbourne Bone & Joint Clinic

Patient comfort and well-being is a priority at Melbourne Bone & Joint Clinic. Our friendly staff strive to ensure a comfortable, caring and compassionate environment for our patients. Melbourne Bone and Joint Clinic strongly believes in a multi-disciplinary approach and works closely with our patients general practitioner, physiotherapist and other health care providers to ensure a clear plan for our patient’s surgical journey.

The surgeons at Melbourne Bone and Joint Clinic make it their duty to ensure that their patients fully comprehend their condition so that they are able to make an informed decision as to the most suitable treatment option. The best option may or may not include surgery. Sometimes non-surgical treatments such as steroid injections or physiotherapy can be enough. If surgery is the best option, our surgeons will take as much time as is needed to fully explain the process and procedure, including projected outcomes, recovery time frame and long-term success rates.

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