Dr Marcus Chia

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Qualifications

MBBS (Hons) FRACS (Orth) BAppSc (Physio) FAOrthA


Specialty

Orthopaedics - Shoulder & Elbow


Areas of Interests

  • Shoulder surgery
  • Elbow surgery
  • Arthroscopy
  • Arthroplasty/replacement
  • Sports injuries

Address

Shop 1, 403 Military Road, Cremorne 2090


Phone

8014 4252


Fax

8072 0595


Email

enquiries@drmarcuschia.com


Website

www.drmarcuschia.com


Other practice locations

Peninsula Orthopaedics, Suite 20, L7, Northern Beaches Hospital, 105 Frenchs Forest Rd West, Frenchs Forest 2086

Mona Vale Rooms: Suite 502, 20 Bungan Street, Mona Vale 2103

Northside Orthopaedics: San Clinic Level 4, Suite 403, 185 Fox Valley Road, Wahroonga 2076

Orthopaedic Associates, Lakeview Private Hospital, Level 1,  Suite 1, 17-19 Solent Circuit, Norwest 2153

Appointments

Mater Hospital, Northern Beaches Hospital, Sydney Adventist Hospital, Lakeview Private Hospital


Bio

Dr Marcus Chia is an Orthopaedic Surgeon specialising in Shoulder and Elbow Surgery.

Utilising his surgical expertise coupled with his prior Physiotherapy training, his practice specialises in restoring function via surgical and non-surgical management of patients. Dr Chia completed his Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS) in 2011. To gain further experience in his chosen subspecialty of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, Dr Chia undertook intensive, specialised training at the Alps Surgery Institute, Clinique Generale, Annecy, France, where he trained under Dr Laurent Lafosse, a pioneer in shoulder arthroscopy.

Dr Chia continues to push the envelope of what can be achieved with an arthroscope. Dr Chia's expertise extends to: Minimally invasive and advanced techniques for the treatment of arthritis; Shoulder instability; Rotator cuff tear; Fracture management; Paediatric Orthopaedics; and Obscure and unusual shoulder and elbow disorders.

Dr Chia's technical expertise is matched by his passion for his profession and his ability to listen to, understand and meet the needs of those you refer. His intent is to restore joint function and to keep patients involved in an active lifestyle.