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A/Professor Mark Rickman

Orthopaedic Surgeon

Mark trained in the UK, and undertook his advanced orthopaedic training in Oxford from 1999 to 2004. He undertook his fellowship at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Adelaide for a year focusing on the management of hip and knee arthritis, and then undertook a fellowship in Bristol, England, specialising in complex and Pelvic trauma management.

 

For the next 10 years Mark was a consultant at St George’s Hospital in London. He had a successful private practice at the highly regarded King Edward VII Hospital as well as working for two of the top football teams in the English Premier League.

 

Mark has become an expert in management of pelvic and acetabular trauma, and chairs a number of international courses each year. Mark is also highly experienced in hip and knee joint replacement surgery - he has extensive experience of minimal incision joint surgery. He is a high volume unicompartmental knee replacement surgeon working with companies to develop improved instrumentation and outcomes over the last 5 years. He also has undertaken extensive training in hip arthroscopy and hip impingement surgery, and now has 10 years of practical experience in that field.

Contact

Wakefield Orthopaedic Clinic
2nd Floor, 120 Angas Street
ADELAIDE SA 5000

 

Tel: (08) 8236 4135
Fax: (08) 8236 4110

Email: adminrickman@woc.com.au

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