Dr Xuan Ye is an Australian orthopaedic surgeon who focusses on conditions of the upper extremity – hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder – in adults, adolescents and children.
Dr Xuan Ye graduated with First Class Honours from the University of New South Wales, with the John Coleman Prize for Surgery, and the Max Thorpe Prize for Best Overall Performance (Medicine). Dr Ye was selected to undertake paediatrics training at the prestigious Shriners Children’s Hospital in Portland (Oregon, USA) during which time he developed his particular clinical interest in adolescent and paediatric upper extremity surgery.
Dr Xuan Ye became a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and the Australian Orthopaedic Association in 2020. Following this, Dr Ye undertook further training and completed four fellowships in hand wrist and microsurgery, shoulder and elbow surgery, adult upper limb & trauma, and paediatric upper limb surgery in a number of leading institutions. Dr Ye has also completed the PFET (post fellowship education and training) program in Hand Surgery and is a full member of the Australian Hand Surgery Society.
Adult and paediatric upper limb reconstruction, including:
Arthroscopic shoulder and elbow surgery;
Shoulder replacement surgery;
Arthroscopic wrist reconstruction; and
Pyrocarbon joint replacement surgery;
Congenital, post-traumatic and sporting injuries in adolescents and children;
High energy upper limb trauma; and
Microsurgery and soft tissue surgery.
Languages: English and Chinese (Mandarin)