Mr Robert Elliott
Mr Rob Elliott is a graduate of Otago Medical School, a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS) and a member of the New Zealand Orthopaedic Association.
He has subspecialty interest in shoulder arthroscopy and reconstruction, hip preservation and Direct Anterior Approach (DAA) replacement using a minimally invasive approach. He also treats knee and elbow sporting injuries and degenerative conditions.
Prior to surgical training he gained a diploma in Sport and Exercise Medicine through the Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh whilst working in Ireland. He trained on the New Zealand Orthopaedic Association training program from 2009 - 2014. He was team doctor to the Tasman Makos provincial rubgy team in 2012.
Mr Elliott completed two years of fellowship subspecialty training in:
Computer guided knee replacement and total hip replacement - North Shore Hospital, Auckland
Shoulder arthroscopy and arthroplasty with Professor Alex Castagna - Humanitas Hospital, Milan, Italy
Sports knee surgery with Andy Williams and Simon Ball - Fortius Clinic (FIFA accredited) and Chelsea Westminster Hospital, London, UK
Shoulder and Elbow arthroscopy and arthroplasty with Ass Prof Simon Bell and Richard Dallalana - Melbourne Shoulder and Elbow centre and Park Clinic, Melbourne, Australia
Hip athroscopy and Direct Anterior Approach (DAA) hip replacement with Phong Tran - SOS Clinic and Western Health, Melbourne, Australia
He returned to work at North Shore Hospital in January 2017. He maintains his public commitment where he treats public patients, teaches and is involved with research.
He consults privately at Axis Sports Medicine Specialists, Southern Cross North Harbour Specialist Centre in Wairau Valley.
More details at: www.robelliott.co.nz
- Medical Degree - Otago University
- Fellow of Royal Australasian College of Surgeons
- Diploma in Sport and Exercise Medicine - Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh