- Anterior approach hip replacement
- Computer navigated and robot assisted knee surgery
- Arthroscopic knee surgery including anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction and meniscal repair
Dr Roberts completed advanced training in orthopaedic surgery in Adelaide in 2009. He then went on to undertake fellowship training in hip and knee arthroplasty and arthroscopic knee surgery in Sydney in 2010. He was subsequently invited to stay, so he moved to Sydney in 2011 after completing further training in both, Hamburg and Exeter.
He is currently the Head of Department, Orthopaedics and Trauma at Manly District Hospital. He also operates at The Mater Hospital and Delmar Hospital, both in Sydney.
His principal interests are in anterior approach hip replacement surgery; robot assisted and computer navigated unicompartmental knee replacements and total knee replacements, together with arthroscopic knee surgery, including meniscal and ligament repairs. He also manages a wide variety of trauma.
He regularly attends local and International conferences to maintain up-to-date knowledge and has frequently been invited to speak at courses and conferences. He combines extensive clinical knowledge and experience with this up-to-date research to provide the best advice and management possible as a hip and knee surgeon, to patients from Sydney and regional areas.
On a personal note, he lives locally with his wife, who is a GP, and his two young daughters. When time allows, he enjoys playing squash and continuing his love of Rugby Union by supporting the Australian team.
Dr Roberts’ main rooms are at Dee Why and Barangaroo, with an afternoon clinic fortnightly at Cremorne Medical Practice.
Dr Roberts consults at Barangaroo Orthopaedic & Sports Injury Clinic on Wednesday afternoons.
P: 9972 9111
F: 9972 9024