Dr Roderick Kuo

A/Prof Kuo operates from the following locations:

Ankle Ligament Surgery

Ankle ligament surgery is used to treat and manage ankle sprains, ankle trauma, ankle ligament damage, and ankle instability where non-surgical methods have not had the desired effect in reducing symptoms.

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Arthroscopy is a minimally invasive technique used by orthopaedic specialist surgeons to diagnose and treat a number of joint issues. It is a keyhole procedure that uses precise tube-like instruments called arthroscopes about the width of writing pen.

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Bunion surgery

Bunion surgery is used for people who are experiencing difficulty walking, continuous pain, or bothersome deformities of their great toe. It is usually undertaken after non-surgical methods have been tried and failed or if the foot deformity has reached a point where it is interfering with daily function.

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Flatfoot Reconstruction Surgery

Flatfoot reconstruction surgery is an umbrella terms used for a variety of surgical procedures to repair the bones and tendons of the foot to restore the foot arch and reduce pain, correct deformities, and restore function.

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Lisfranc Injury Surgery

Lisfranc injuries or midfoot injuries may be overlooked as a simple sprain that will heal over a few days. However, if not diagnosed and treated properly, Lisfranc injuries may lead to serious long-term health effects such as arthritis or issues walking.

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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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