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Coastal Orthopaedic Group

Coastal Orthopaedic Group is an integrated practice where physiotherapists and orthopaedic surgeons work closely together to ensure the best possible outcomes for our patients.

Coastal Orthopaedics (COG) was formed in 2009 by a group of Perth orthopaedic surgeons seeking to provide their patients with the highest level of care using a holistic and integrated model. We have set out to achieve this by forging strong relationships with Bethesda Hospital and Body Logic Physiotherapy to ensure our patients have the security of knowing they have continuity and consistency on their healing journey.

The following highly qualified practitioners make up this team of professionals:

  • Dr Omar Khorshid

    Dr Omar Khorshid specialises in arthroscopic and reconstructive surgery of the knee and hip, including primary and revision joint replacement surgery and computer navigated surgery.

    He completed his medical and specialist training in Perth, Western Australia in 2006 and undertook a fellowship in sports knee surgery and knee replacement in Sydney with Dr Justin Roe followed by a fellowship in complex joint replacement surgery in Edinburgh with Mr Colin Howie.

    Dr Khorshid is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Fremantle Hospital and Rockingham General Hospital, where he is the Head of Department. He consults privately at Claremont and Waikiki.

    Dr Khorshid maintains interests in surgical education and medical politics. He is currently President of the AMA (WA), Chair of the WA Regional Training Committee of the Australian Orthopaedic Association, and Federal Councillor of the Australian Medical Association.

  • Dr Paul Khoo

    Dr Paul Khoo subspecialises in arthroscopic shoulder surgery, shoulder replacement, arthroscopic knee surgery, knee replacement and primary hip replacement. He has a special interest in sports knee ligament reconstruction and arthroscopic rotator cuff repair.

    Dr Khoo completed his orthopaedic training in Perth, Western Australia in 2009. In the following two years he underwent further training in Europe including a fellowship in knee surgery with Mr Ray Moran and shoulder surgery with Mr Hannan Mullett at the Sports Surgery Clinic in Dublin (2010/11).

    Dr Khoo consults at Bethesda Hospital and St John of God Geraldton.

  • Dr Toby Leys

    Toby completed his Orthopaedic Fellowship training in Perth in 2008 and then fellowships in knee surgery and limb reconstruction in the eastern states of Australia. Toby specialises in all aspects of knee surgery including arthroscopic surgery, sports knee injury, ligament reconstruction, primary and revision knee replacement, as well as hip replacement surgery. His special interest is in arthroscopic and reconstructive surgery of the knee, and is currently involved in research on anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury and management.

    Part of the group Coastal Orthopaedics, he established the Perth Knee Clinic and the Acute Knee Injury Clinic at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital. Both these clinics provide specialist multidisciplinary treatment of knee conditions.

    Toby is member of the Bethesda Medical Advisory, Credentialing & Scope of Practice and Clinical Quality and Safety Committees.

  • Dr Matthew Scaddan

    Dr Matthew Scaddan specializes in Foot and Ankle surgery, lower limb joint replacement and arthroscopy. He also has an interest in trauma to both upper and lower limbs.

    Dr Scaddan completed his orthopaedic training in 2009 and then undertook a fellowship in Oxford, UK 2010. This was predominantly in Foot and Ankle but also included hip and knee joint replacement. Dr Scaddan has experience in arthroscopic ankle fusion, ankle replacement, and complicated hind foot surgery as well as bunion/claw toe correction.

    Dr Scaddan consults at Bethesda Hospital Claremont and Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital.

  • Dr Brendan Ricciardo

    Dr Brendan Ricciardo specialises in arthroscopic and reconstructive surgery of the hip, knee and shoulder. He also has an interest in general orthopaedic trauma.

    Dr Brendan Ricciardo completed his medical degree at the University of Western Australia (MBBS) and obtained a Fellowship in Orthopaedic Surgery with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS Orth). He completed post fellowship training in Lower Limb Reconstruction, Sports and Trauma Surgery (Adelaide, SA).

    Dr Ricciardo is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Fiona Stanley Hospital and Fremantle Hospital. He consults privately at Bethesda Hospital and St John of God Murdoch and St John of God Geraldton.

  • Dr Peter D'Alessandro

    Peter studied Medicine at the University of Western Australia and graduated with Honours in 2004. He has sub-specialised in Shoulder & Knee Reconstruction and Hip Arthroscopy, which coincides with his particular interest in Surgery for Athletes.

    After receiving his FRACS, he was awarded fellowships at three prestigious international training centres that provided the opportunity for highly specialised further training, and spent more than two years overseas gaining expertise. He was the first surgeon from Perth to be selected for the Chelsea Complex Knee Fellowship in London at the Chelsea & Westminster Hospital and Fortius Clinic. This was followed by training in Shoulder Surgery and Trauma at the Royal Free London and the Hospital of St John & St Elizabeth. He then moved with his family to Vancouver, where he trained in Hip Arthroscopy and Joint Reconstruction at the University of British Columbia. He returns to Perth as one of the few fellowship trained Hip Arthroscopy Surgeons in Western Australia.

    He is committed to the Public Health system, and is a Consultant in Orthopaedic Surgery and Trauma at Fiona Stanley Hospital. Peter consults privately at Bethesda Hospital and St John of God Murdoch.

  • Dr Dror Maor

    Dr Maor is an orthopaedic surgeon sub-specialising in knee, foot & ankle surgery in the paediatric, adult and the athlete population.

    After graduating from medical school at the University of Western Australia he completed his orthopaedic surgical training with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and the Australian Orthopaedic Association in Western Australia. Upon completion of surgical training, Dr Maor undertook a further 2.5 years of international fellowships.

    Dr Maor undertook 2.5 years of international fellowships to further sub-specialise in knee, foot & ankle surgery in paediatrics, adults and athletes as well as numerous surgical visitations with leading surgeons throughout the United Kingdom, Europe, Israel and the United States. This experience ranged from treating the young paediatric population to the elite athlete and the retiree requiring foot & ankle or knee surgery.

    After completing the world-renowned paediatric fellowship at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) for Children in London Dr Maor was invited back as a consultant orthopaedic surgeon. This was the first ever appointment of a West Australian orthopaedic surgeon in that prestigious post.

    Dr Maor has completed fellowships at the prestigious Fortius Clinic, the clinic of choice for professional athletes in the UK and a FIFA medical centre of excellence. He also held a consultant post in the Orthopaedic Sports and Foot & Ankle department at Ichilov Hospital, Tel Aviv.

    Dr Maor’s primary focus for his patients is to provide pain relief, improve function and get them back to their best regardless of age or sporting ability, where possible through minimally invasive or arthroscopic surgery.

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