Dr Ross Radic specialises in arthroscopic surgery of the knee and shoulder, reconstructive surgery and osteotomy, as well as knee, hip and shoulder replacement.
Dr Radic is Fellowship trained in all aspects of knee surgery, with a subspeciality interest in ACL reconstruction, multi-ligament knee reconstruction, knee replacement and osteotomy (limb realignment). He is also Fellowship trained in shoulder surgery, with a focus on arthroscopic shoulder procedures, sports surgery, and hip and shoulder replacement.
A graduate of the University of Western Australia, Dr Radic completed his Orthopaedic specialist training in Perth, with a working stint in Melbourne. He then undertook coveted fellowships in London, working with Drs Andrew Williams and Andrew Wallace in knee and shoulder surgery. Dr Radic holds a public appointment at Royal Perth Hospital, where he deals with high-level orthopaedic trauma and is involved in teaching orthopaedic trainees and junior medical staff. Outside of medicine, Dr Radic enjoys keeping fit and active, with a keen interest in running, surfing, football and soccer.