Dr Roderick Kuo

A/Prof Kuo operates from the following locations:


Osteoarthritis Osteoarthritis is an inflammatory degenerative condition affecting the cartilage of the joints. It is primarily caused by wear and tear of the joints and the condition causes pain and stiffness which can make it difficult to walk or perform daily activities. It is one of the most common causes of pain and disability. In […]

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Lisfranc Injuries

Lisfranc Injuries | Midfoot Injuries An injury to the midfoot is called a Lisfranc injury. This type of injury is caused by either fractures of the midfoot bones or damage to the ligaments of the midfoot. If not diagnosed and treated properly, it may lead to long term health effects such as issues walking and […]

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Ankle Sprains

Ankle Sprains The ankle is the point where the two long bones (tibia and fibula) of the leg meet the top of the ankle joint (talus). The bones are held in their proper position with strong ligaments that provide support and stability to ankle. Although they have a high tolerance to stretch and flex, ligaments […]

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Bunions | Hallux Valgus A bunion is a painful or sore bump that occurs on the inside of the big toe. This abnormality of the foot is often called Hallux Valgus meaning big toe turning outwards in Latin and occurs slowly as pressure is placed on the big toe turning it outwards and eventually pressing […]

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Flat foot

Flatfoot | Pes Planus | Flatfeet Most people have feet in an arch shape allowing the foot to support the weight of the body while standing in an erect posture. The space below the arch of the foot varies between different people but in most cases should be raised off the ground and only the […]

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A/Prof Roderick Kuo is associated with Specialty Orthopaedics, a group practice comprised of 10 fellowship trained orthopaedic surgeons with multiple subspecialty interests including hand, shoulder, elbow, hip, knee, foot & ankle, trauma, Paediatric orthopaedic surgery and medicolegal work.

All surgeons are members of the Australian Orthopaedic Association and Fellows of the Royal Australian College of Surgeons.

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