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Auckland Bone and Joint Surgery

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Description

About Our Practice
We are a group of New Zealand trained orthopaedic surgeons all with specialist North American fellowship training. Between the four of us we look after shoulder and elbow, cervical and lumbar spine, hip, knee ankle and foot disorders.

Consultants

Note: Please note below that some people are not available at all locations.

  • Mr Craig Ball

    Orthopaedic Surgeon, Shoulder/Elbow Specialist

    Available at Ascot Integrated Hospital, Millennium Institute of Sport & Health

  • Mr Wesley Bevan

    Orthopaedic Surgeon, Ankle Specialist

    Available at Ascot Integrated Hospital

  • Mr Mark Clatworthy

    Orthopaedic Surgeon, Knee Specialist

    Available at all locations.

  • Mr Haemish Crawford

    Orthopaedic Surgeon, Hip/Knee Specialist

    Available at Ascot Integrated Hospital, Millennium Institute of Sport & Health

  • Mr John Ferguson

    Orthopaedic Surgeon, Adult/Children's Spinal Specialist

    Available at Ascot Integrated Hospital, Millennium Institute of Sport & Health

  • Mr Michael Foster

    Orthopaedic Surgeon, Hand/Wrist/Elbow Specialist

    Available at Ascot Integrated Hospital, Millennium Institute of Sport & Health

Hours

Monday - Thursday: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Friday: 8:30 am - 4:00 pm

Referral Expectations

At your appointment, recommendations and options regarding your future treatment plan will be discussed with you.

You need to bring to your appointment:

  1. Any letters or reports from your doctor or another hospital
  2. Any X-Rays, CT or MRI films and reports
  3. All medicines you are currently taking including herbal and natural remedies
  4. Your pharmaceutical entitlement card
  5. Your ACC number if appropriate.

Your visit will involve a thorough exam so please bring clothes that allow your spine and joints to be examined whilst maintaining your dignity. A friend or family member may come with you if you wish.

As he will discuss with you, if your treatment requires surgery Mr Clatworthy usually works with the following Anaesthetist and Anaesthesia Group.

Procedures / Treatments

  • Joint Replacement

    For elderly patients joint replacement surgery is commonly required to treat damaged joints from wearing out arthritis or other forms of joint disease including rheumatoid arthritis.… More

  • Arthroscopy (keyhole surgery)

    Over the last 30 years a large number of orthopaedic procedures on joints can be performed using an arthroscope, where a fiber optic telescope is used to look inside the joint.… More

  • Spinal Surgery - Herniated Discs

    Between the vertebrae in your spine are flat, round discs that act as shock absorbers for the spinal bones.… More

  • Osteotomy

    The division of a crooked or bent bone to improve alignment of the limb.… More

  • Soft tissue (muscles, tendons and ligaments)

    In many cases tendons will be lengthened to improve the muscle balance around a joint or tendons will be transferred to give overall better joint function.… More

  • Shoulder Surgery

    Please click here for patient information on shoulders - what can go wrong and what treatments we can provide. More

  • Elbow Surgery

    Please click here for information on elbow injuries and their treatment. More

  • Hip Surgery

    Please click here for information on hip replacement and hip resurfacing. More

  • Knee Surgery

    Please click here for information on knee surgery. More

  • Scoliosis in Children

    Scoliosis is a lateral/ sideways curvature of the spine. The management of scoliosis is individualised for each child depending on his/her age, amount of curvature, and amount of time remaining for skeletal growth.… More

  • Idiopathic Scoliosis

    The most common type of scoliosis is called Idiopathic Scoliosis.… More

  • Neuromuscular Scoliosis

    The term neuromuscular scoliosis is used to describe curvature of the spine in children with any disorder of the neurological system.… More

  • Congenital Scoliosis

    Congenital scoliosis is defined as a lateral curvature of the spine that is the result of malformations of one or more vertebra.… More

  • Kyphosis (Postural, Scheuermann's, Congenital)

    Kyphosis is the term used to describe the forward curvature of the thoracic spine.… More

  • Spondylolisthesis (Dysplastic, Isthmic)

    Spondylolisthesis is the term used to describe when one vertebra slips forward on the one below it.… More

  • Back Pain in Children

    Back pain in children is abnormal and should be investigated thoroughly.… More

  • Torticollis

    About 1 in 200 babies have torticollis, a shortening of a muscle in the neck causing their head to tilt to one side.… More

Ascot Integrated Hospital

Central Auckland

  • Healthlink EDI

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Millennium Institute of Sport & Health

North Auckland

  • Healthlink EDI

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131 Lincoln Road, Henderson

West Auckland

  • Healthlink EDI

    akbonejo

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This page was last updated at 12:05PM on September 11, 2013. This information is reviewed and edited by Auckland Bone and Joint Surgery.