MOC welcome two new orthopaedic surgeons
Murdoch Orthopaedic Clinic are delighted to welcome Mr Rhys Clark and Mr Matthew Lawson-Smith to their group. Mr Clark, Orthopaedic Surgeon, specialises in the latest hip and knee replacement surgical techniques as well as complex revision surgery, bone and soft tissue surgery. Mr Lawson-Smith, Orthopaedic Surgeon, has a special interest in hand, wrist, elbow and […]Read More
Physiotherapy Education Session Presented by MOC
Murdoch Orthopaedic Clinic recently held a Physiotherapy Education Session, with 95 physiotherapists attending. The event was hosted by St John of God Murdoch and physiotherapists came from all over the metropolitan area and outer areas from Mandurah to Wanneroo. A wide variety of topics were covered including warning signs for acute ankle injuries, obesity and hip/knee […]Read More
Upcoming Physiotherapy Education – Interface of Physio & Orthopaedics
TUESDAY, 26 FEBRUARY 2019 6:00 pm – Dinner / 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm – Education Session. Murdoch Orthopaedic Clinic’s surgeons will be presenting at an Education Evening for Physiotherapists, with presentations centred around the interface of physiotherapy and orthopaedics, including orthopaedic trends and updates. Topics will include: Adolescent hip and knee Obesity and hip […]Read More
MOC Staff Farewell 2018 in Style!
MOC staff and partners had a fun filled night at Wembley Golf Course to finish off the 2018 calendar year. The evening started with predinner drinks and canape’s, followed by teams competing in an ambrose mini golf tournament; all vying to be crowned the putt-putt champions. Team Silver took out the title; well done Gerald, […]Read More
Orthopaedics GP Information Evening
Murdoch Orthopaedic Clinic’s (MOC) surgeons were recently involved in an Orthopaedics GP Education evening, hosted by St John of God Murdoch. The event was well attended with 60 GP’s attending. The evening commenced with dinner, followed by interactive presentations and case studies on a selection of orthopaedic topics. Six of MOC’s surgeons presented, discussing various topics including when to refer ankle injuries, […]Read More
AOA Travelling Exhibition has arrived!
Murdoch Orthopaedic Clinic were delighted to have the Australian Orthopaedic Association’s travelling exhibition display onsite (located in the Medical Clinic’s main foyer) for two weeks in August. The Exhibition charts the development of orthopaedics in Australia and comprises prosthetic models, surgical tools, x-rays, fixation devices and pull up banners (on topics such as joint replacements, bones & fractures and even some interesting details […]Read More
Not just limb savers but life savers!
Recently a gentleman entered Murdoch Orthopaedic Clinic with his wife, as he was visiting a friend in hospital and felt unwell. As they were standing at the Clinic’s reception desk, the gentleman suddenly went into cardiac arrest. Our reception staff quickly took control of the situation, immediately organising two of our specialists to commence CPR whilst the […]Read More
MAKO Robotic Orthopaedic Surgery Technology
Mr Graham Forward is an early adopter of the MAKO Robotic Orthopaedic Surgery Technology. The robotic surgery is a major advance in precision joint replacement as the kinematics of the joint are restored. Uni compartmental knee replacement is back as the robot allows optimal sizing and component alignment. Patients are saying it feels like their […]Read More
Patient’s Pedal Power Tests Knee Strength
Five Orthopaedic Surgeons at St John of God Murdoch Hospital, including Mr Mark Hurworth and Mr Gerald Lim from Murdoch Orthopaedic Clinic, have embarked on a study that will get patients pedalling on bicycles to measure the recovery of muscle function following knee replacement surgery.Read More
Custom Knee Replacement
Mr Gerald Lim, Orthopaedic Surgeon at Murdoch Orthopaedic Clinic, reviewed a patient he has been keenly following; a 66 year old man who is 195 cm tall. Initially the patient presented to Mr Lim over a year ago with severe osteoarthritis of both knees and a “windswept” deformity whereby one knee was severely bowed and […]Read More