Choose a St John of God Health Care hospital for your orthopaedic care and you’re choosing expert, compassionate care, your specialist and the timing of your procedure. Whether it’s knees, hips, hands, arms, legs or back, you’re choosing total care from pre-surgery through to rehabilitation. All things that can help manage the natural anxiety that comes with any procedure.
Any surgical procedure carries risks. Make sure you discuss all possible risks with an appropriately qualified health practitioner.
Joint replacements for hip, knee, shoulder, elbow, hand and wrist, foot and ankle
Joint replacement is a procedure that allows a hip, knee, shoulder, hand and wrist, or foot and ankle joint to be surgically replaced with an artificial orthopaedic prosthesis. Joint replacement procedures are offered to provide relief from arthritic pain or to fix physical joint damage.
Foot and ankle disorders
Orthopaedic foot and ankle disorders can result from damage to bone, muscle, or soft tissue. Causes can vary, with ankle sprains and fractures often coming from twists, or awkward landings. Arthritis can also affect the foot and ankle joints, including osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and post-traumatic arthritis.
Sports-related injury management
Sports injuries are commonly represented by sprains, strains, joint cartilage or ligament injuries, fractures, dislocations, and rotator cuff injuries. Serious sports-related injuries often cause immediate pain and swelling, and may require orthopaedic assessment.
Orthopaedic surgical intervention may be required for some spinal injuries such as a spinal cord compressed by a herniated disc, a collection of blood, a vertebral fracture or tumour. Spinal surgery can involve decompression or spinal stabilisation.
Paediatric orthopaedics is focused on musculoskeletal (bone, joint, or muscle) problems in children ranging from newborn babies through to teenagers. These conditions may include trauma, sports injuries, developmental conditions, gait problems and peripheral nerve injuries.
Providing exceptional orthopaedic services
Hawkesbury District Health Service
A purpose-built facility including private orthopaedic services in Windsor, NSW.
St John of God Berwick Hospital
St John of God Bendigo Hospital
St John of God Geelong Hospital
Leading private hospital in Geelong offering comprehensive orthopaedic services with a reputation for excellence in clinical care.
St John of God Ballarat Hospital
One of Victoria’s premier regional private hospitals with comprehensive orthopaedic care.
St John of God Warrnambool Hospital
Providing high quality orthopaedic care close to home for people in South West Victoria.
St John of God Geraldton Hospital
High quality private medical and surgical care, including orthopaedics, in WA’s southwest.
St John of God Midland Private Hospital
Providing increased orthopaedic services for Perth’s east and the Wheatbelt.
St John of God Mt Lawley Hospital
Situated on the Swan River with orthopaedic surgery and specialised rehabilitation.
St John of God Subiaco Hospital
A leading private hospital with 30 orthopaedic surgeons and robotic assisted technology.
St John of God Murdoch Hospital
Our major private hospital serving Perth’s south with extensive orthopaedic facilities.
Technology and robotics in orthopaedic surgery
When you hear about robots and the latest surgical techniques in orthopaedic surgery it can be hard to know what this means for you as a patient. Find out everything you need to know about how orthopaedic surgery technology is helping to enhance surgical outcomes and your hospital experience.
Hear from our orthopaedic experts
Whether you are considering surgery for your knees, hips, hands, arms, legs or back, get all the information you need from our orthopaedic experts to help you prepare for surgery, for your hospital stay or to help you through your rehabilitation.
Choosing the right orthopaedic surgeon for you
When you are choosing your orthopaedic surgeon, it is important to consider your needs and to find a surgeon who is trained and experienced in treating your condition.
Your first orthopaedic surgery appointment
Your first appointment is an important time to tell your specialist what you hope to achieve as a result of surgery.