Mr Rob Sharp - Orthopaedic Surgeon
Scope of Practice
Primary hip replacement
Revision hip surgery
Computer assisted surgery
Minimal incision techniques
Primary and revision knee replacement
Unicompartmental knee replacement
Computer navigated surgery
Foot & Ankle
Forefoot correction surgery
Toe deformity surgery
Hindfoot and midfoot fusions
Mr Sharp performs surgery at Southern Cross Hospital, North Harbour
For appointments call Elaine 9am to 5pm Monday - Friday.
Answering machine out of hours.
REFERRAL SENDING OPTIONS:
by FAX to - 09 929 3170
by HEALTHLINK/EDI - NSORTHOP
by MAIL - for ALL locations - PO Box 31-700, Milford 0741
OFFICE ADMINISTRATION IS CENTRALISED
Patients wishing to drop in with referrals, radiology films or reports or to see Elaine, please telephone (09) 484 0044 to arrange this.
You need to bring to your appointment:
- Referral letter
- Any X-Rays, CT or MRI films and reports
- A list of your medications
- Your ACC number and Date of Injury if appropriate
Procedures / Treatments
A hip replacement is a very effective treatment for a damaged or worn out hip joint.… More
Knee joint replacement is a very effective treatment for the painful arthritic knee.… More
Computer Navigation for Knee Replacement
Computer navigation surgery is utilising infra-red and computer technology to build up a 3D digital model of the knee and leg alignment.… More
Revision Joint Replacement Surgery
A hip or knee replacement will eventually fail. The reasons for revision surgery are many but the most common is loosening of the implants.… More
Impaction Bone Grafting
This is a technique pioneered in Exeter and Nijmegen to restore bone stock at revision hip surgery.… More
Many knee conditions can be treated with 'keyhole surgery'. A fibreoptic camera is introduced into the knee via a small 1cm incision allowing inside of the joint to be visualised.… More
Arthroscopic Knee Cartilage surgery
Initial consultation fee is approximately $195.00 including GST.
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This page was last updated at 10:50AM on March 5, 2014. This information is reviewed and edited by Mr Rob Sharp - Orthopaedic Surgeon.