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About Dr Adrian Low

Adrian is an orthopaedic surgeon who specialises in the shoulder and knee. He is in private practice and operates at the Sydney Adventist, Macquarie University and Norwest Private Hospitals. He is a Senior lecturer in orthopaedic surgery with the University of Sydney.

Adrian graduated medicine from the University of Sydney and subsequently earned a Doctor of Philosophy from the University of New South Wales in surgery. He then completed orthopaedic training in Sydney followed by advanced fellowships in Oxford and Cambridge.

Adrian treats all conditions of the shoulder and knee with a special interest and experience in arthroscopic reconstructions, arthroscopy and joint replacements. To book an appointment with Dr Low, please contact us on 9806 3333.

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