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Auckland Bone and Joint Surgery consists of 5 dedicated Orthopaedic surgeons committed to excellence in the practice of medicine as it is applied to all aspects of physical activity. Our mission is to set and maintain a specialist standard of excellence in the training of sports medicine and orthopaedic surgery.

Our website features interactive presentations on the anatomy of joints, Minimally Invasive surgery, Hip and Knee replacements, Arthroscopy, Anterior Cruciate ligament Reconstruction and much more. Website also features topics on Shoulders, elbow, hand, wrist, foot & ankle, paediatric orthopaedics, sports medicine and much more.

The aim is to educate you on your condition and any recommended surgery. It allows you to make a more informed decision on your proposed surgery. We hope you find the information helpful in understanding your condition and recommended treatment.

Please note that the information in this website is an educational resource, and should not be used for decisions about any treatment or surgery. All such decisions must be made in consultation with a surgeon or your healthcare provider.

Please click the links below to find out more about our surgeons.

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Auckland Bone and Joint Surgery - Physicians


  • Craig Ball
    Orthopaedics
  • Crawford, Haemish
    Orthopaedics
  • Ferguson, John
    Orthopaedics

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