Waverley Private Hospital
Part of Ramsay Health Care

Suffering from an injury or pain in a joint? Pain, whether acute or chronic is often frustrating and even debilitating. It can hinder your performance or stop you from doing things you enjoy.

Waverley Private Hospital specialises in advanced orthopaedic surgery including complex hip and knee surgery, joint replacement, arthritis management, sports injury and trauma.

Our Orthopaedic Surgeons are recognised nationally and internationally for their surgical excellence, utilising the latest minimally invasive techniques to deliver solutions for patients with musculoskeletal problems.

We offer streamlined and collaborative services to ensure you receive prompt imaging, diagnosis and treatment across both common and complex cases. With 7 state of the art operating theatres fitted with the latest technology including the MAKO robot, we are proud to offer a high standard of orthopaedic services.

While our atmosphere is relaxed, our equipment and facilities are at the forefront of medical technology and practice.

We have private rooms designed for total hip and knee surgery.

The hospital features 7 operating theatres equipped with the latest technology to assist surgeons perform state of the art orthopaedic procedures. These include:

  • Stryker Navigation System - an advanced computer-assisted 3D surgical monitoring program that helps the surgeon more precisely align a hip or knee implant
  • Hip Arthroscopy - specialised positioning devices and equipment
  • Mini C-Arm - imaging system that facilitates surgical procedures of the hand and foot
  • Spider Arm - specialty shoulder positioning device, facilitating upper limb procedures
  • Image Intensifier - used to optimise medical images with an X-ray imaging system in theatre

A diagnostic imaging service is located onsite, encompassing a range of modalities, from plain X-Rays to CT Scanning.

Our orthopaedic surgeons and nursing staff work closely with visiting, hospital accredited physiotherapists who provide in-house physiotherapy care. For patients going home directly, outpatient physiotherapy and/or occupational therapy referrals are arranged.
You may need ongoing physiotherapy and support prior to returning home. Rehabilitation will be discussed with you during your hospital stay and should this be required you will be visited by the Discharge Planner who will be able to give you all the relevant information.