Dr Akshay Kamra is an orthopaedic surgeon with substantial experience in hip, knee and trauma surgery for adults and children.
Akshay moved to Sydney in his early teens from India where he had spent most of his childhood after having been born in the UK. He graduated from UNSW and then completed his orthopaedic training in Sydney. Akshay then went on to complete a fellowship in trauma, pelvic and lower limb arthroplasty and reconstructive surgery under the mentorship of Dr Robert Molnar and Dr Anthony Keeley. This is a prestigious local fellowship with both his supervisors regarded as world leaders in their field. This fellowship involved him working at 2 level 1 trauma centres - St George and Westmead hospitals and completing elective surgery at Sutherland Hospital.
Akshay feels comfortable and obtained skills in both primary and revision surgery of the hip and knee, cartilage, meniscal and ligament knee surgery and hip arthroscopy – for labral pathology and femoral acetabular impingement. He gained skills around the use of computer navigation and robotic surgery of both the Hip and Knee.
Akshay was then selected for a knee surgery fellowship at the world-renowned Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, which is part of the Oxford University hospitals in the UK. He moved to Oxford to complete this prestigious fellowship training with the esteemed department – which does the greatest number of revision knee surgery in the UK. During his time here, he gained skills around both primary and revision knee surgery, partial knee replacement, sports knee surgery and the management of bone and prosthetic joint infection.
Languages: English, Hindi & Punjabi