Born and raised in Vancouver, my interest in orthopaedic sports medicine started early due to my father’s close involvement in the orthopaedic care of elite athletes in the mountains and across Canada. My involvement in high level athletics led me to the training room and eventually the operating theatre and solidified my interest in taking care of injured athletes.
After orthopaedic residency I completed a 1 year sports medicine fellowship at the University of Iowa where I helped take care of the Iowa Hawkeyes collegiate sports. I followed this with a fellowship in Auckland with Dr. Matthew Brick, an expert in hip arthroscopy.
I continue to participate in academic and teaching pursuits have a keen interest in continuing to collaborate with colleagues on research into shoulder, hip and knee arthroscopic surgery and reconstruction.
– ACL reconstruction, adult and pediatric
– PCL reconstruction
– multiligamentous knee injuries
– patellofemoral instability
– knee osteotomies and cartilage restoration
– knee arthroscopy
– Shoulder instability, labral injuries & rotator cuff disease
– AC joint instability
– hip labral tears
– femoroacetabular impingement
– hamstring injuries