|Mr Andrew Wallis|
Andrew was raised in Perth and following completion of high school, studied Medicine at the University of Western Australia prior to undertaking and completing his orthopaedic surgical training.
On completion of his surgical training, Andrew provided Locum Consultant services to Bunbury Regional Hospital and Joondalup Health Campus. It was following this that he embarked on his overseas fellowship training. His first was undertaken at UniSports under the tutelage of Mr Stuart Walsh, Mr Michael Rosenfelt, Professor Bruce Twaddle and Mr Jeremy Stanley in Auckland, New Zealand, undergoing specialised training in soft tissue and joint preservation surgery. Andrew was part of the UniSports team treating both national and international athletes including Olympic athletes, the All Blacks, Auckland Warriors, Auckland Blues, men’s and women’ Rugby 7s teams, the Touch Blacks and the Northern Mystics. This was followed by a Fellowship in Paediatric Orthopaedics in Auckland at New Zealand’s flagship paediatric facility, Starship Children’s Hospital. This included a wide range of paediatric issues including hip dysplasia and adolescent soft tissue knee disorders.
Prior to returning to Perth, Andrew undertook a number of observerships in Switzerland and the United States of America. He attended the Kantonsspital Baseland, Switzerland focusing on arthroplasty and trauma surgery before time at the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Centre in Baltimore, USA, Harbor-UCLA in Los Angeles, USA and the HOAG Institute in Irvine California, USA.
On his return to Australia, Andrew joined the team at Hollywood Orthopaedic Group. Here he offers consultations in addition to private operating lists at Hollywood Private Hospital. Additionally, Andrew has a satellite clinic at Joondalup Health Campus where he can offer private consultations, private and public operating in addition to being part of the trauma team.
Andrew has a special interest in sports surgery, offering soft tissue and joint preservation surgery to athletes of all levels and ages (ankles, knees and shoulders). Additionally, he specialises in conditions of the hip and knee with a particular focus on joint replacement for arthritis including robotic replacement surgery. He offers trauma services to both adults and paediatrics. His interests also include lower limb paediatric orthopaedics, as well as hip dysplasia.
Measure up or Mind the Gap: The effect of Technique on Femoral Component Rotation (Wallis AR, Kuster MS, Bucher T, Sloan K)
A New Technique in Revision Hip Arthroplasty for Vancouver B Periprosthetic Fractures (Khan RJK, McGonagle L, Wallis AR, Sidhu AS, Fick DP, Nivbrant NB)
Chronic Hamstring Origin Pain Syndrome (CHOPS) in athletes – MRI findings and surgical treatment (Khoo P, Wallis A, Kusma M, Annear P)