Mr Brendan Soo
Specialising in Shoulder & Elbow Surgery
Mr Brendan Soo
Mr Brendan Soo is an Australian trained Orthopaedic Surgeon, who has undertaken international sub-specialty training in all aspects of reconstructive and joint replacement surgery of the shoulder and elbow. He has a particular focus on arthroscopic techniques for shoulder reconstruction and modern techniques for joint replacement surgery.
Mr Brendan Soo attended school locally at Scotch College and completed his medical degree at The University of Melbourne. He undertook a research fellowship at the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne and then underwent Orthopaedic training to obtain his Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in Victoria.
Mr Brendan Soo completed subspecialty fellowship training at the Royal Derby Hospital in the United Kingdom in 2011 where he obtained extensive experience in the management of traumatic, degenerative and sports related conditions of the shoulder and elbow. This training has been reinforced by undertaking a travelling fellowship working with leading shoulder surgeons in New York, London and France.
Beyond surgery, he has a keen interest in teaching and research. He supervises an AOA accredited shoulder and elbow fellowship. His research has been published in peer reviewed literature and presented both nationally and internationally. He has been an invited faculty member on national and international courses for Orthopaedic surgeons.
Mr Brendan Soo is a former president of the Victorian Shoulder and Elbow Society (VSES).
Mr Brendan Soo consults monthly at Bendigo Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine. He is a senior surgeon at the Melbourne Shoulder and Elbow Centre in Brighton where his primary rooms are located. Please contact Mr Soo’s rooms on 03 9592 9559 to make an appointment.
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