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Dr Vera Kinzel
Speciality:  Orthopaedic Surgery
Subspeciality:  Knee Surgery, Shoulder Surgery and Trauma Surgery
Suite 201, Level 2, 169 Victoria Road
Drummoyne, NSW, 2047
Phone:  02 9181 2933   Fax:  02 8882 9680   Website:

Dr Vera Kinzel is an orthopaedic surgeon with a special interest in Knee, Shoulder and Trauma surgery for the adult and paediatric population. Dr Kinzel graduated from the prestigious medical school of Münster in Germany where she also obtained a PhD in medicine. After obtaining her medical degree Dr Kinzel moved to the UK where she completed her surgical training at the Royal College of Surgeons of England and the Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland. She then moved to Australia where she was selected for the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons Advanced Training Program in Orthopaedic Surgery.

After completing her specialist training in Orthopaedics & Trauma in 2009, Dr Kinzel went further and sub-specialised in Knee and Sports Medicine and did a one year fellowship at the North Sydney Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine Center and the Sydney Orthopaedic Research Institute. She then completed a further fellowship in Shoulder surgery in Hamilton, New Zealand. This has given her the opportunity to work with some of the most well known orthopaedic surgeons in the world. Dr Kinzel has a strong interest in research and development and has published numerous papers in Knee, Trauma and Upper Limb surgery. Her work has been presented at international and national meetings. Throughout her working and training career Dr Kinzel has worked in hospital in England, South Africa, USA, Canada, Israel, New Zealand and Germany, which gave her a broad foundation of orthopaedic surgery.

Dr Adrian Low
Speciality:  Orthopaedic Surgery
Subspeciality:  Shoulder & Knee Surgery
Suite 601b, The SAN clinic Sydney Adventist Hospital
185 Fox Valley Road , Wahroonga, NSW, 2076
Phone:  02 9806 3333   Fax:  02 9806 3398   Website:
Adrian is an orthopaedic surgeon who specialises in the shoulder and knee.  He is a Senior lecturer in orthopaedic surgery with the University of Sydney.  Adrian graduated medicine from the University of Sydney and subsequently earned a Doctor of Philosophy from the University of New South Wales in surgery. He then completed orthopaedic training in Sydney followed by subspecialty fellowships in Oxford and Cambridge University Hospitals. Adrian treats all conditions of the shoulder and knee with a special interest and experience in arthroscopic reconstructions, arthroscopy and joint replacements.

Dr Sunny (Sunil) Randhawa
Speciality:  Orthopaedic Surgery
Subspeciality:  Hip and Knee
Macquarie University Orthopaedics Macquarie University Clinic
Suite 303, Level 3, 2 Technology Place , Macquarie University, NSW, 2109
Phone:  02 9194 3385   Fax:  02 9806 3398   Website:

Dr Randhawa is a Hip and Knee surgeon, who completed his advanced orthopaedic surgical training on the NSW programme. After attaining specialist qualification and obtaining his FRACS (Orth), Dr Randhawa pursued further fellowship training in complex hip and knee arthroplasty and orthopaedic trauma at St Vincent's Hospital in Sydney.

He was then selected for the highly sought after hip arthroscopy and anterior hip replacement fellowship in Melbourne under A/Prof John O'Donnell, President of the International Society of Hip Arthroscopy. During this time, Dr Randhawa mastered the techniques used to manage sports hip conditions such as femoro-acetabular impingement (FAI), gluteal tendinopathy and hip replacement via the minimally invasive anterior approach. Dr Randhawa also performs knee arthroscopy, and his knee replacements via the minimally invasive Patient Specific Instrumentation (PSI) method.

Dr Randhawa has published extensively in peer reviewed journals and has presented at orthopaedic conferences in Australia and overseas. He has travelled extensively to Europe, North America and Asia to train and collaborate with world renowned surgeons. He is also involved in the selection and training of orthopaedic trainees and preparing them for their exit exams.

Research and collaboration is a vital part of Dr Randhawas's practice, and his interests include hip arthroscopy in athletes, the long-term outcome of FAI and labral repair surgery and hip replacement in the younger adult with arthritis.


Dr Davor Saravanja
Speciality:  Orthopaedic Surgery
5 Lord Street
Roseville, NSW, 2069
Phone:  1300 557 889   Fax:  1300 721 023   

Dr Davor Saravanja is an orthopaedic and spine surgeon specialising in spinal problems, including complex deformity (scoliosis, kyphosis), tumours, degenerative and paediatric spinal conditions. He has appointments at Macquarie University Hospital and Sydney Children’s Hospital. After completing an orthopaedic fellowship in Australia in 2007, Dr Saravanja travelled to Canada to complete the Spine Program Fellowship at Vancouver General Hospital. He then did an additional six-month fellowship at British Columbia Children’s Hospital in paediatric spinal surgery. Mr Saravanja is involved in numerous research projects and has completed world leading research in the field of primary bone tumours affecting the spine. He has also published numerous articles on spine surgery.

Dr Rami Sorial
Speciality:  Orthopaedic Surgery
Subspeciality:  Hip and Knee
Macquarie University Orthopaedics Macquarie University Clinic
Suite 303, Level 3 2 Technology Place , Macquarie University, NSW, 2109
Phone:  02 4721 2217   

Associate Professor Rami Sorial graduated from Sydney University medical school with first class honours and completed training with the Australian Orthopaedic Association in 1993. He is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. He undertook two further years of subspecialty training in hip and knee reconstructive surgery including fellowships in Phoenix, Arizona and at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard University in Boston. After working in London for 6 months he returned to a senior lecturer post at the Royal North Shore Hospital in 1996. He was appointed to the Nepean Hospital in 1997 and continues to provide a specialty practice in both primary and complex revision joint reconstruction, knee and hip replacement, arthroscopic knee surgery and ligament reconstruction as well as a trauma service for a busy regional trauma centre. He is currently Head of Department at Nepean Hospital in Penrith with appointments also to Nepean Private Hospital. Associate Professor Sorial served 10 years on the AOA training committee with 4 years as chairman of the NSW training committee and ongoing commitment to registrar training and education. In 2010 he commenced specialty practice at Macquarie University Hospital as a senior scholar and in 2013 was appointed Adjunct Associate Professor of surgery for the Nepean clinical school, Sydney University. Associate Professor Sorial has lectured extensively on the wide topics of joint replacement and reconstruction both nationally and internationally and has participated in demonstration surgeries locally and overseas to advance and share surgical skills particularly within the Asia Pacific Region. He was awarded a visiting professorship through Sichuan University for his work in West China Hospital, Chengdu and is currently the President of the Asia Pacific Arthroplasty Society. 


Dr Andrew Stephens
Speciality:  Orthopaedic Surgery
Subspeciality:  Foot and Ankle Surgery
Macquarie University Clinic Suite 303, Level 3, 2 Technology Place
Macquarie University, NSW, 2109
Phone:  0437 668 388   Fax:  02 8007 0517   Email:   

Dr Andrew Stephens is a fellowship trained Foot and Ankle
Surgeon who has a wide experience in managing acute sporting
and trauma of the lower limb as well as painful long term
conditions of the foot and ankle. He began seeing foot and
ankle conditions as a level 2 sports trained physiotherapist and
progressed to completing an Honours degree in Medicine from
Sydney University and completed Specialist training through the
prestigious Northside Orthopaedic training program Australian
Orthopaedic Association.

He has completed fellowships in sports, trauma and arthroplasty in Victoria and the highly sought after Sydney Foot and Ankle fellowship. He has been operating in Switzerland with the esteemed Prof Hintermann with experience gained in sports injuries and managing the arthritic foot and ankle.

As a fellow of the Royal Australian College, Australian Orthopaedic
Association, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
and Societie Internationale de Chirurgie Orthopedique et de
Traumalogy he is at the cutting edge of foot and ankle orthopaedics.

You can expect a comprehensive thorough assessment of your foot and ankle condition with the opportunity for all questions and
enquiries to be answered in an empathetic manner.

Associate Professor James Sullivan
Speciality:  Orthopaedic Surgery
Subspeciality:  Hip and Knee
Macquarie University Orthopaedics Macquarie University Clinic
Suite 303, Level 3 2 Technology Place , Macquarie University, NSW, 2109
Phone:  02 9806 3333   


Associate Professor Sullivan is an Orthopaedic Surgeon with subspecialty interests in hip and knee surgery and joint replacement. He is an Associate Professor and Head of Arthroplasty at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Macquarie University. His current appointments are at:

•    Macquarie University Hospital
•    Norwest Private Hospital
•    SAN Hospital

He studied medicine at the University of Sydney and graduated with honours in 1981. He undertook orthopaedic training on the Sydney Australian Orthopaedic Association Training Program and received his Fellowship of the Australasian College of Surgeons in Orthopaedics in 1989. Following this he completed the Johnson & Johnson Fellowship in Arthritis and Reconstructive Surgery at Harvard University, Brigham and Womens’ Hospital, Boston, USA in 1989. In 2010 he completed a Masters in Higher Education in Medical Education at Macquarie University.

Associate Professor Sullivan is a member of the Australian Medical Association, Australian Orthopaedic Association and the Arthroplasty Society of Australia. He has been Chairman of the NSW Committee of the AOA and on the Federal Board of the AOA. He is a Hearing Member of the Medical Council of NSW. He is a past President of the Asia Pacific Arthroplasty Society. He was secretary of SICOT 99, Sydney. He was a member of the Federal Government MRI Advisory Board in 2004 and a member of the Board of the National Institute for Clinical Studies from 2004-7. 

His surgical interests include minimally invasive hip replacement via the direct anterior approach to the hip, bone conserving hip replacement, knee replacement and revision arthroplasty for failed hip and knee replacement, knee reconstruction and arthroscopy. He consults at Macquarie University, the SAN and Parramatta.   

Dr Jai Sungaran
Speciality:  Orthopaedic Surgery
Orthocentre 86 Kareena Rd
Caringbah, NSW, 2229
Phone:  02 95252055   Fax:  02 95256302   
Dr Sameer Viswanathan
Speciality:  Orthopaedic Surgery
Macquarie University Orthopaedics Macquarie University Clinic
Suite 303, Level 3, 2 Technology Place , Macquarie University, NSW, 2109
Phone:  02 8188 1880   

Dr Sameer Viswanathan completed his medical education at Sydney University and has worked as a resident and a registrar in both New South Wales and Queensland. He completed his orthopaedic training in Queensland and was admitted to the RACS in 2007. He worked as a Staff Specialist in Redcliffe Hospital, Qld in 2008. In 2009 he underwent  subspecialty training in hip and knee replacements with Associate Professor John Ireland at Fairfield Hospital. Subsequently, Dr Viswanathan completed a fellowship in foot and ankle surgery at the Royal North Shore Hospital. In 2009 Dr Viswanathan worked as a locum VMO at Liverpool Hospital and Campbelltown Hospital. Dr Viswanathan is a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, an Associate Member of the Australian Orthopaedic Association, and a member of the Australian Medical Association. He is also a lecturer at the Australian School of Advanced Medicine. Dr Viswanathan has recently been accredited at Macquarie University Hospital where he provides consultative and surgical services for conditions of the foot, ankle and knee. He is also accredited at Campbelltown Public Hospital. His interests include:

•    Foot and ankle surgery including bunions, foot deformities and fusions for arthritis  
•    Management of fractures
•    Computer navigated knee replacement
•    Arthroscopy of the knee and ankle
•    General orthopaedics

A/Prof Craig Waller
Speciality:  Orthopaedic Surgery
Subspeciality:  Hip/Knee
Macquarie University Orthopaedics Macquarie University Clinic
Suite 303, Level 3 2 Technology Place , Macquarie University, NSW, 2109
Phone:  02 8382 6199   Website:

Associate Professor Craig Waller is a leading hip and knee surgeon in Sydney, specialising in sports injuries and joint replacement. He graduated from the UNSW in 1982 with the University Medal Graduate prize in surgery and nine other academic awards. He studied orthopaedic surgery in Sydney, London, Edinburgh and Los Angeles to gain Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in 1989. He gained full fellowship of The Australian Orthopaedic Association in 1992. Associate Professor Waller was chosen to head up the Division of Sports Medicine at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at Macquarie University in 2007 (formerly known as the Australian School of Advanced Medicine). He remains the head of Sports Medicine in the Department of Surgery at Macquarie University Hospital.

Associate Professor Waller was awarded the academic title of Associate Professor by Macquarie University in 2008. He was awarded the title of Visiting Professor, Peking University People’s Hospital, Beijing, China in 2009. Associate Professor Waller’s interests and expertise are in hip and knee replacement, knee ligament reconstruction and sports injuries of the knee. He is a consulting knee surgeon to three professional NRL clubs and two Sydney based rugby clubs and has vast experience in the treatment of football injuries. He has a particular interest in the treatment of ski and snow sports injuries and is a keen skier himself. He has treated many professional and Olympic level skiers and snowboarders including four athletes who competed in the Winter Olympic Games in Sochy, Russia in February 2014. Professor Waller was also a consulting knee surgeon to the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games. Associate Professor Waller is one of the most experienced ACL reconstruction surgeons in the country, having personally performed over 5,000 cases since 1989.

He has an interest in minimally invasive surgery of the hip and knee, computer and robotically assisted joint replacement, partial knee replacement, allograft ACL reconstruction, and stem cell therapies. All of these treatments are available at Macquarie University Hospital under Associate Professor Waller’s care. Associate Professor Waller consults at Macquarie University Clinic every Tuesday and operates at Macquarie University Hospital on Fridays. He and his staff would like to assure patients and referring doctors of their best care and attention at all times.

Special Interests: Anterior minimally invasive hip replacement. dual mobility hip replacement, computer and robotically assisted patient specific knee replacement, minimally invasive partial knee replacement, arthroscopic ACL reconstruction, sports injuries and  snow sports injuries.



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