Getting to know you series – Hip Arthroscopy
What is Hip Arthroscopy? Arthroscopy is a term derived from the Greek words “arthro” which means “joint”, and “skopein” which means “to view or observe”. Therefore, hip arthroscopy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure performed through 2 or 3 small 5-10 mm incisions (i.e., key hole surgery), using an advanced HD camera and special instruments […]Read more
Elective surgery to recommence 28th September
Hearing the premiers announcement that elective surgery can recommence on the 28th of September bought joy to the team at ARTHRO Health and more importantly to our patients awaiting elective surgery.
Getting to know you series – Total Knee Replacement Surgery
Last week Andrew discussed Anterior total hip replacement, this week it’s all about knees. Andrew is passionate about returning patients to a more active life and has seen the impact total knee replacement surgery has had on the lives of his patients. As always, should you require individual advice about your knees, please contact our rooms to organise a time for Andrew to assess your knees and the impact they have on your wellbeing.
Getting to know you series – with Orthopaedic Surgeon Mr Andrew Chia
Our hip and knee surgeon, Mr Andrew Chia discusses common conditions he treats. This week we start with anterior total hip replacement. At ARTHRO Health we are here to help.
Orthopaedic Hip and Knee surgery – Professional Development during COVID
Lots of things have changed during COVID even the way professional development is being delivered. Delivering information on total hip replacement, total knee replacement, knee and hip arthroscopy through ZOOM was new for Andrew and the team at The Bays Hospital.
ISO Cooking inspired by a patient
When a patient thanks you with an amazing cookbook @Adelinaskitchen, your own family thanks you for recreating a dish.
Healthy Hips, Knees and more during stage 4
While most surgery is on hold, there are ways to keep your hips and knees moving and healthy during this time.