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Bendigo, Victoria 3550

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Orthopaedic Surgery

Mr Dugal James: Orthopaedic Surgeon: Specialising in Hip & Knee Surgery

Mr Dugal James MBBS FRACS (Orth) is a specialist Orthopaedic Surgeon in Bendigo, Central Victoria.

Dugal James graduated from Melbourne University (MBBS) and did his primary surgical training at the Repatriation Hospital, Melbourne.  He completed his Orthopaedic Specialist Training (FRACS) with the Australian Orthopaedic Association in 1990 and then undertook further subspecialty Fellowships in lower limb surgery.

Post Graduate Training included Fellowships in knee and sports surgery, lower limb joint replacements and hip replacements.

Mr James undertook a Fellowship with Neil Thompson in Sydney;  one of Australia’s pioneers of knee arthroscopy.  This was followed by a lower limb joint replacement Fellowship at the Brigham & Women’s Hospital and Harvard University Boston, USA, under the tutorage of Dick Scott, Tom Thornhill and Fred Ewald. His third placement was a Hip Replacement Fellowship under the mentorship of Robin Ling and the Exeter Group in Exeter, England.

Ongoing Research and Design

Mr James commenced practice in Bendigo but continued to maintain a close association with his US and British colleagues collaborating on research and design projects.  His principal area of interest has been the design of total knee joint prostheses and the specific instrumentation used to introduce them. This interest has seen his practice focus on knee joint arthroscopy, reconstruction and joint replacement surgery of the knee and hip.

An area of interest is the performance of knee arthroscopy under Local rather than General Anaesthesia. He has also developed and refined a method of hamstring ACL reconstruction that obviates the need for metallic fixation devices.

He is actively involved with supervision of local Orthopaedic trainees and travels regularly to present at educational forums in South East Asia.

His outside interests extend to his family and friends in Bendigo and he has been known to steal away for an occasional hour or two on a motorcycle.

Mr Glenn Boyce: Specialising in Hip, Knee, Elbow & Shoulder Surgery

Glenn is a Fellowship trained Orthopaedic Surgeon with the Royal Australian College of Surgeons.  He subsequently completed subspecialty Fellowships in the areas of upper limb, trauma and lower limb arthroplasty.

Glenn grew up in Gippsland, received his medical degree through Monash University Clayton in 2006 and completed initial surgical training in the Royal Melbourne Hospital.  He remained committed to rural practice, rotating for 3 to 6 months each year to a rural hospital and worked for Bendigo Health in 2010 prior to specialty training.

Glenn has a particular interest in the treatment of upper limb conditions and completed a 6 month subspecialty upper limb Fellowship with the Melbourne Orthopaedic Group and Austin Health.  Most recently, he completed a further Fellowship at the Balgrist Hospital in Zurich, a World leading upper limb institute.

In order to provide the latest surgical techniques, implant technology and arthroscopic management of both upper and lower limb conditions, he completed 6 months of subspecialty training in lower limb arthroplasty and trauma through the Geelong Hospital.

Glenn has a strong interest in research, working with the Balgrist Research Institute, Melbourne University Engineering Department, Melbourne Health and the Melbourne Orthopaedic Group Research Foundation.  He has been involved in teaching anatomy at Monash Clayton, as well as presenting national and international lecture series and being involved in live surgery demonstrations.

Glenn intends to become an active member of the local community and is accessible for advice and patient consults in teh areas of upper and lower limb.  Although particularly interested in shoulder, this includes elbow, hip and knee as well as general wrist, foot and ankle.

Please contact Glenn's rooms direct to make an appointment or for further information on 0456 666 096 or visit www.cviclinic.com.au

Mr Arvind Jain: Orthopaedic Surgeon: Specialising in Hip, Knee & Shoulder Surgery

Mr Arvind Jain consults every fortnight on a Monday at Bendigo Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine.  Please contact his rooms direct to make an appointment or for further information on 03 9650 7828.

Mr Brendan Soo: Orthopaedic Surgeon: Specialising in Shoulder & Elbow Surgery

Brendan Soo MBBS (Melb) FRACS (Orth) FA Orth A is an Orthopaedic shoulder and elbow surgeon.

He specialises in the management of traumatic, degenerative and sports related conditions of the shoulder and elbow with a particular interest in arthroscopic surgery.

He completed his medical training in 1996 at the University of Melbourne and obtained his Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in 2008. His training has been reinforced by undertaking a travelling Fellowship working with leading shoulder surgeons in New York, London and France. In 2011 he completed a shoulder and elbow Fellowship at the Royal Derby Hospital in the United Kingdom.

Mr Brendan Soo consults each month at Bendigo Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine Clinic and in association with A/Professor Simon Bell at the Melbourne Shoulder and Elbow Centre in Brighton where his primary rooms are located. Please contact Mr Soo's rooms direct to make an appointment on 03 9592 9559.

To find out more about Brendan’s services click the link below: 

www.melbourneshoulderandelbow.com.au

Mr Peter Maloney: Orthopaedic Surgeon: Specialising in Hand Surgery

Mr Peter Maloney consults one Friday per month at Bendigo Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine.  Please contact his rooms direct to make an appointment or for further information on 03 9412 8880.

To find out more about Peter's services, please click the link below:

www.vhsa.com.au/OurSurgeons/PeterMaloney.aspx

Rebecca East: Nurse Practitioner

Nurse Practitioners are a specialist nurse who has completed further studies at Masters level and extensive clinical training to expand on the traditional Registered Nurse role. Nurse Practitioners are able to autonomously perform advanced physical assessments, order diagnostic tests, interpret the results of these tests, initiate referrals to relevant health care professionals and prescribe appropriate medications and other therapies as needed.

Rebecca East is an endorsed Nurse Practitioner, specialising in the Perioperative field and works closely along side a number of Surgeons within Bendigo, Echuca and Surrounds. In particular, Mr Dugal James (Orthopeadics),  Mr Brendan Soo (Orthopeadics)  and Ms Janine Arnold (General Surgery) engage Rebecca for a number of patient services to support their practices.

Services Rebecca currently provides are as follows:

  • Primary assessments and referrals to appropriate health care professionals for example but not limited to, specialist surgeons, physiotherapy, sports physicians, and hand therapists
  • Preoperative Education and information sessions for patients about to undergo surgery
  • Postoperative wound management and reviews

There is a minimal private fee payable to access Rebecca's services. Please contact Rebecca's rooms direct to make an appointment or for further information on 0456 666 096 or visit www.cviclinic.com.au

Latest News

  • 30 August 2018
    Bendigo Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Clinic (BOSM) realises the need for a co-ordinated, multidiscipline clinic catering to patients from the Central Victorian district with sport related injuries. For many years’ patients have been making the inconvenient trek to Melbourne to seek specialised Medical and Allied Health subspecialists regarding their sport related injuries. BOSM is now in its fifth year of operation is located at 176 Barnard Street Bendigo; opposite the QEO oval.  The clinic offers a broad spectrum of Medical and Allied Health services for patients presenting with sport related injuries. Our Specialist Medical practitioners cover Sports Medicine, Orthopaedic Surgery (upper and lower limb), General Surgery and Rheumatology.  Our Allied Health team include sports and chronic injury Physiotherapists, Hand therapists and Podiatry. BOSM has recently introduced a Rapid Access Pathway (RAP) with the intention of providing early assessment, investigation and treatment for patients with new injuries. Patients can be referred to the RAP clinic by their GP or self present without a referral and be seen by one of our primary assessment practitioners.  Patients will have their initial assessment performed by one of our Medical or Specialist Nurse Practitioners and appropriate investigations arranged. They are then referred on to whichever of the Medical or Allied Health practitioners will be best suited to manage their condition. Our close relationship with the imaging services in Bendigo allows us to provide most patients the same day imaging and a post-imaging review appointment to discuss the results and initiate treatment on the day of presentation. Our aim is to minimise the inconvenience of multiple visits and avoid the delays many patients experience awaiting a diagnosis and commencing treatment.  Patients can make an appointment by calling 03 5442 5288 or via fax on 03 5442 5399.