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Prof Randipsingh Bindra


Prof Randipsingh Bindra

Orthopaedic Surgery

Professor Bindra is an Orthopaedic Surgeon focussing on surgery of the hand, wrist and peripheral nerve for all age groups. Dr Bindra relocated from Chicago for a joint appointment as Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at the Gold Coast University Hospital and Griffith University School of Medicine. Dr Bindra has received international training at the University of Mumbai, India, University of Liverpool, UK and Washington University in St Louis, USA. He holds Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons, Glasgow and the Royal Australasian College of  Surgeons, Melbourne.

Dr Bindra is internationally recognised as a leader in hand and wrist injuries. He treats wrist fractures from falls, work related injuries and multiple fracture injuries from severe trauma. He also performs corrective surgery after fractures that have not healed optimally. Dr Bindra offers keyhole surgery for early arthritis and joint replacement surgery for advanced cases. He treats nerve disorders such as carpal and cubital tunnel syndrome as well as microsurgery for nerve repair and poor circulation of the hand. He has a particular clinical interest in work injuries and focuses on returning the worker to their pre-injury level. Dr Bindra works closely with a team of hand therapists to provide comprehensive care and rehabilitation of his patients.

Professor Bindra has written over 50 book chapters and medical journal articles and serves on the editorial board for scientific journals. He is a passionate educator and is frequently invited to speak internationally. He has been in clinical practice for over 20 years and has been recognised in “Best Doctors in America” and “Chicago’s Top Doctors”. He is a Fellow of the Orthopaedic and Hand Surgery Societies of the UK, USA and Australia. He was awarded Queensland Clinical Educator of the Year 2016 by the National Prevocational Education Forum. He is Chairman of the Education Committee of the Australian Hand Surgery Society.

Professor Bindra is an innovator in his field having designed surgical implants and techniques used in hand surgery throughout the world. He has developed a new ligament for scapholunate injuries that is awaiting clinical trials.

Special interest:
• Hand and wrist fractures in children and adults
• Carpal tunnel syndrome and other nerve problems
• Tendonitis and work related conditions affecting the hand and wrist
• Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid arthritis of the hand and wrist
• Loss of hand function after injury, paralysis or cerebral palsy
• Congenital anomalies of the hand in children
• Deformity correction of the forearm, wrist or hand after fracture or growth disturbance
• Dupuytren’s disease
• Nerve and tendon injuries of the hand

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