Knee Joint Replacement
Knee joint replacement is surgery, under general or regional anaesthetic, to replace a diseased or injured knee joint with an artificial one. During surgery, damaged cartilage and bone in the knee joint are removed. Then the artificial parts (called prostheses) are placed in the knee and fastened to your bones. Muscles and tendons around the new joint are repaired.
Mr Audi Widjaja is an Australian-trained Orthopaedic Surgeon.
Practicing At: aOrthopaedic8 . . .
Areas of Special Interest
Orthopaedic Surgery, Hip, Knee, Trauma Reconstructive Surgery, Sports Injuries, Infection, Arthroscopic Surgery, Joint Replacement . . .
Mr. Pirpiris obtained his MBBS in 1992 from The University of Melbourne and was made a Fellow of the College in 2003. He has utilised this Fellowship . . .