Mr Arvind Jain is a highly trained orthopaedic surgeon with particular expertise in the management of hip, knee and shoulder conditions.
He has extensive training in orthopaedics and completed a paediatric orthopaedics fellowship at the Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne in 2006. In 2008 he undertook a hip and knee replacement fellowship at the Alfred Hospital, Melbourne. Subsequently he was offered a trauma and arthroplasty fellow position at The Alfred where he honed his surgical skills in complex reconstructions and joint replacements involving hip, knee and shoulder joints. Arvind was awarded the Fellowship to the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS) in 2013. His relentless pursuit for excellence led him to train further with some of the best surgeons in Australia. He completed a 6-month fellowship in hip arthroscopy and anterior minimally invasive total hip replacement with Mr John O’Donnell.
He has been keenly involved in research and was co-investigator at the Alfred for multi-centre international trials. He has presented in international meetings and was awarded the Australian Junior Ambassador Award in Asia Pacific Orthopaedic Society Meeting in 2012. Apart from surgical commitments he is also an adjunct lecturer at Monash University and maintains a keen interest in orthopaedic training of young surgeons at the Alfred and Bendigo Hospitals.
Management of hip, knee and shoulder conditions.