Mr Shalinder Sadiq

Shalinder is an Australian qualified orthopaedic surgeon with special interest in lower limb surgery, joint replacement surgery and sports injuries. He holds the qualification of Fellow of Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS) in Orthopaedics and is a Fellow of Australian Orthopaedic Association (FaOrthA).

His primary goal is to provide patients with high quality, comprehensive and evidence based orthopaedic care. There are many patients looking for surgical solution for their pain, when contemporary literature shows that surgery is not necessarily the best option. Helping patients to explore other options is an important part of the care he provides. If surgery is indicated, Mr Sadiq follows patient specific approach for decision making.

Shalinder performs Direct Anterior Approach (DAA) for Hip Replacement surgery.

He uses patient specific (PSI) guides for performing Total Knee Replacement surgery and Partial (Unicompartment) Knee Replacement surgery. PSI guides are ‘personalized guides’ manufactured after printing your knee in 3-D.

Shalinder has a keen interest in knee arthroscopy (key hole surgery) and performs ‘all-inside ACL’ reconstruction, meniscal repair and ligament repair. He also performs shoulder rotator cuff repair, Total and Reverse total Shoulder Replacement surgery.

He attends to all type of orthopaedic trauma (broken bones). He is available to provide care for MAIB and Workers Compensation patients.

Shalinder holds the title of Clinical Senior Lecturer with the Hobart Clinical School at the University of Tasmania. He is actively involved supervising and mentoring Orthopaedic Trainees; and has a keen interest in teaching MBBS students.