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Profile

Jeremy is a general orthopedic surgeon with a special interest in sports injuries.

He has a unique insight into the understanding of sports injuries and the demands placed on professional athletes having played rugby for the All Blacks, Auckland Blues and Otago Highlanders. He has also played softball for the New Zealand Black Sox and captained the Samoan softball team in the World Series hosted in Christchurch in 2004

Jeremy’s reseach interests include paediatric sports injuries and musculoskeletal infection as well as high tibial osteotomy in the osteoarthritic knee.

Interests

  • sports injuries
  • paediatric sports injuries
  • musculoskeletal infection
  • high tibial osteotomy in the osteoarthritic knee.

Qualifications

MB ChB 2000 Auckland; FRACS (Orth) 2011

Title or Designation

Orthopaedic Surgeon

Post-fellowship Training

  • Unisports fellowship in sports medicine, Auckland 2012
  • Paediatric fellowship at Starship Childrens Hospital, Auckland 2012
  • Paediatric fellowship at Royal Childrens Hospital, Melbourne 2013
  • Orthosports Victoria Knee surgery fellowship, Melbourne 2013

Full NZ Registration Date

2 November 2001

Vocational Scope

Orthopaedic Surgery

Contact Details

Mr Jeremy Stanley is available at the following services:

This service is available at the following location:

Ascot Hospital, Remuera

Private Services

UniSports Sports Medicine

This service is available at the following location:

71 Merton Road, St Johns

Public Services

Starship Paediatric Orthopaedics

This service is available at the following location:

Starship Child Health, Central Auckland

Private Surgical Services

Auckland Surgical Centre - Orthopaedic Surgery

This service is available at the following location:

Auckland Surgical Centre

Ormiston Hospital Orthopaedic Surgery

This service is available at the following location:

Ormiston Hospital