Hip and Knee Orthopaedic Surgeon Sydney
A/Prof Al Muderis, MB ChB FRACS, FAOrthA, is an orthopaedic surgeon, an Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor in the School of Medicine, Sydney Campus at the University of Notre Dame Australia and a clinical lecturer at Macquarie University and The Australian School Of Advanced Medicine, specialising in Hip, Knee and Trauma Surgery for the adult and paediatric population.
He has special expertise in hip arthroscopy, for femoral-acetabular impingement syndrome as well as soft tissue damage to the hip.
Orthopaedic Surgeon, A/Prof Al Muderis has formal training in Europe on the anterior approach to total hip replacement. Anterior Minimally Invasive Hip Surgery is gaining significant popularity worldwide. He also has special interest in ACL reconstruction using anatomy preserving technology and total knee replacement using computerised navigation technology.
A/Prof Al Muderis is one of only a handful of orthopaedic surgeons world-wide who has a special expertise in trans-femoral and trans-humeral amputations. He is able to provide his patients with robotic artificial limbs using transcutaneous osseointegration technology. This is designed to be as close to the human anatomy as possible.
A/Prof Al Muderis is the founder of the Osseointegration Group of Australia and established a monthly osseointegration clinic at the Macquarie University Hospital.
A/Prof Al Muderis operates from Macquarie University Hospital, Norwest Private Hospital, Bella Vista, and the SAN Clinic, with consulting rooms at Bella Vista, Macquarie University, Wahroonga, and Drummoyne.
He is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and the Australian Orthopaedic Association. He is also a member of the International Society for Hip Arthroscopy and Orthopaedic Surgical Osseointegration Society.
In the years 2008-2010 he completed three post specialisation fellowships including:
- Lower limb Arthroscopy and Arthroplasty fellowship at the Emil Von Behring Klinikum Berlin, Germany.
- Trauma fellowship at the Unfallkrankenhaus Berlin, Germany.
- Robotic leg surgery post-specialisation training with Dr. Horst Aschoff – Lubeck, Germany.
- Lower limb Arthroplasty fellowship at the Sydney Adventist and Baulkham Hills Hospitals.
He is a supervisor of overseas trained orthopaedic surgeons (Fellows) in Hip and Knee pathology. He is also a supervisor of the local Australian Orthopaedic Trainee Registrars throughout the abovementioned medical centres.
Read Orthopaedic Surgeon, A/Prof Al Muderis' biography.
Clinic operating hours and locations.
Tuesday 7am - 12am at Bella Vista clinic
Thursday 1:30pm - 8pm at Drummoyne Clinic
Friday 8:30am - 1pm at SAN clinic Sydney Adventist Hospital, Wahroonga.
Thursday 7:30am - 11:30am at Macquarie University Clinic
Hip Replacement Surgery (Hip Arthroplasty) for Hip Arthritis has developed over the last 300 years from rudimentary surgery, to modern total hip replacement. This animation demonstrates a total hip replacement using a Femoral Neck Preserving Implant.
3 November 2013 - Greg speaks about his Dad's impending surgery for his Year 4 Public Speaking Competition.
Women's Weekly, Oct 24, 2013
Mitch Grant had resigned himself to a painful and inconvenient life after losing his leg in a motorcycle accident — but everything changed when he got a new bionic limb courtesy of surgeon A/Prof Munjed Al Muderis.