SOS Clinic – East Melbourne



St.Francis Building
Ground Floor, 166 Gipps St
East Melbourne 3002



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Patient Information


Find information about common Orthopaedic Surgeries, medical conditions and treatments as well as other helpful information for patients.






About Mr. Camdon Fary


Meet Mr. Camdon Fary and the experienced and dedicated team at the Specialist Orthopaedic Surgery Clinic.







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8417 1023





  Common Conditions & Procedures  





Knee arthroscopy


Knee arthroscopy, also known as ‘key hole surgery’, is an operation which enables the surgeon to look inside the knee joint and perform surgery on it without making big cuts to expose the joint.






Hip Arthroscopy


Hip arthroscopy is performed through small incisions (key hole surgery) using a camera to visualize the inside of a joint.






Anterior Hip Replacement


The Anterior Hip Replacement is a special way of performing a Hip Replacement that offers a number of advantages over the standard method.






Patient Specific Knee Replacement


A Total Knee Replacement (also called Total Knee Arthroplasty, Full knee replacement) is a surgical procedure designed to replace a severely diseased knee joint with an artificial knee joint.







Revision Knee & Hip Replacements


Knee and hip replacements sometimes need to be redone in an operation called a ‘Revision’. This is why it is best practise that conservative management has been optimised and then to have failed before considering your first hip replacement.






ACL Reconstruction


The Anterior Cruciate Ligament is an important ligament which is found in the middle of your knee joint. Its purpose is to keep your knee stable, especially when doing movements like running quickly in different directions.






Stem Cell Therapy


Stem cell therapy is when stem cells are injected into damaged tissue in order to treat disease or injury. Many medical scientists and clinicians believe that stem cell treatments have the potential to treat common human diseases and injuries alleviating pain and restoring function.






Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Injections


Platelet Rich Plasma injection therapy (PRP therapy), is a treatment option best known for soft tissue injuries including tendon, muscle and ligaments. It is also used for mild to moderate osteoarthritis.






Combining the latest in medical technology and research with compassion, communication and education




SOS Clinic - East Melbourne






St. Francis Building


Ground Floor, 166 Gipps St, East Melbourne, VIC 3002


For all appointments and enquiries please call or contact us below by email


 8417 1023



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