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I am sure that most of you would have seen this term used in radiology reports for hip x-rays. As the name suggests, FAI or Femoro Acetabular Impingement is where the edge of the acetabulum (socket) or the cup impinges against the neck of the...

Expert orthopaedic surgeons such as Dr Sunner work across a wide range of musculoskeletal issues including some largely unknown yet common conditions. Although some of these conditions may be common the approach to which it is dealt with is unique to every patient. Below we have explained...

Throughout history, humans have also attempted to repair and correct broken or deformed bones. The term orthopaedics was coined in 1741 by Nicolas Andry, when he wrote a book on correcting childhood deformities. The front of this book had an image of a bent tree that...

Across Western Orthopaedics’ six clinics, orthopaedic surgeon and specialist Dr Pavitar Sunner implements the latest in premier technology when performing Computer Assisted Robotic Surgery. Dr Sunner is able to greatly improve his patient’s surgical outcomes by utilising these advanced methods of surgical execution. What is Computer...

Whilst it’s completely normal that you will experience some discomfort after your surgery, Dr. Sunner and his staff work on making sure you receive the proper care for your recovery pain. Post-surgery, Dr. Sunner and the Western Orthopaedics team will discuss the type of pain that...

An ACL injury refers to the tearing of a major ligament in your knee. The ACL, along with other ligaments, keeps your knee and leg bones in place when you walk or run. An untreated ACL tear may lead to serious knee instability, recurring injury,...

Returning to an exercise routine after surgery is no easy journey. With prolonged bed rest after surgery, you may lose substantial muscle mass and strength. Non-impact sports, such as cycling are highly recommended when gradually exercising in due time, and It’s important to ease into these...