Diverse range of Orthopaedic Services
We provide high quality, personalised care for patients undergoing orthopaedic surgery.
Our highly experienced and talented orthopaedic surgeons at Linacre Private Hospital work closely with our team of skilled nurses and physiotherapists to deliver personalised, high quality care.
With comprehensive onsite medical and nursing support, our one-on-one physiotherapy care and low infection rates, we have a reputation as an orthopaedic and joint replacement centre of excellence.
Patients are well prepared prior to their surgery. A personalised plan of management is developed for each patient’s hospital stay, including prior to admission, whilst in hospital and on to discharge.
Some of the common conditions and treatments regularly performed by Linacre Private specialists include:
Hip and Knee Surgery
- ACL tears
- hip fractures
- hip resurfacing
- knee and hip arthroscopy
- meniscal tears
- computer navigated joint replacement
- minimally invasive joint surgery
- hip resurfacing
Hip and Knee Surgery Specialists
Shoulder & Upper Limb Surgery
- arthroscopic shoulder surgery
- clavicle fractures
- rotator cuff repairs
- shoulder fractures
- shoulder joint replacement
Shoulder Surgery Specialists
Foot and Ankle Surgery
- ankle arthroscopy
Foot and Ankle Surgery Specialist
Spinal Surgery Specialist
Our team of orthopaedic surgeons include general orthopaedic surgeons as well as sub-specialty surgeons in knee, hip, shoulder, spine, hand, ankle and foot. You can search for an orthopaedic surgeon now using our Specialist Listing search function.
Physiotherapy for a better recovery
On the ward our highly trained orthopaedic physiotherapists provide early involvement to assist patients to regain movement, strength and maximise independence following injury or surgery.
The physiotherapists from Normanby Physiotherapy work in partnership with the doctors and nurses to provide personal care to facilitate optimal recovery. This may include exercises, prescription of walking aids, gait re-education, education on slings and braces and advice on dos and don’ts, or referral to outpatient services as appropriate.
Our team's priority is your recovery and safe discharge to a rehabilitation centre or home.
You may need ongoing physiotherapy and support prior to returning home and this is available at a number of rehabilitation centres. This will be discussed with you during your hospital stay and should this be required you will be visited by the Discharge Planner who will be able to give you all the relevant information. Contact: 03 9599 5521.