Specialist in knee reconstruction, arthroscopy, hip replacement and knee replacement
Craig Donohue - Orthopaedic Surgeon
Please note: From Monday 25th February 2013,
Craig Donohue will be temporarily relocating whilst we undergo renovations to our existing consulting rooms.
Please be aware if you are using the Boronia Road entry to the hospital and parking in the underground car park, our rooms are on the ground floor above the car park.
Please do not hesitate to contact us for further instructions on 9887 1488.
My name is Craig Thomas Donohue. I am a Melbourne trained orthopaedic surgeon. I specialise in hip and knee reconstructive surgery. I studied Medicine at the University of Melbourne. I was granted my FRACS from the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in 2006. This training was in orthopaedic surgery. I spent 4 years as an advanced orthopaedic trainee in Victoria.
In 2006 my family and I moved to Cambridge in England, where I spent 12 months as the Hip and Knee Fellow at Addenbrookes Hospital in Cambridge. This exposed me to a wide range of hip and knee surgery, often quite complex. I gained more experience in the treatment of knee injuries involving knee arthroscopy and knee reconstruction.
I returned to my home in Melbourne in 2007. I joined Knox Orthopaedic Group. My private practice has expanded since then.
I treat a wide variety of hip and knee conditions. I also treat shoulder conditions. I treat sporting injuries and many fractures. I operate 3 to 4 times per week at Knox Private Hospital.
I am also a member of the Orthopaedic Department at the Alfred Hospital. This allows me to perform hip and knee replacement surgery on public patients. I also treat orthopaedic trauma at the Alfred Hospital. I am involved in the teaching of Orthopaedic Registrars, who will be the future Orthopaedic surgeons for the Victorian community.
I have recently obtained my Fellowship to the Australian Orthopaedic Association (F.A.Orth.A). I welcome you to my website and would be happy to see you in my rooms at Knox Orthopaedic Group.