His private practice is based at the St Andrew's War Memorial Hospital, and he aims to get you the best possible result for your shoulder problem.
Dr Cutbush received his medical degree from the University of Queensland. Following this, he undertook his internship and several years of junior surgical training at the Princess Alexandra Hospital.
Dr Cutbush was awarded the Gordon-Taylor Medal
for the first part surgical examination. The Gordon Gordon-Taylor prize is awarded to the surgical trainee sitting the first part surgical examination who achieves the highest score for surgical trainees undertaking the examination across Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong and Singapore.
Dr Cutbush initially started his surgical training as a trainee in neurosurgery under the valuable supervision of Queensland Neurosurgeon Dr Leigh Atkinson. During this period of Neurosurgery training he undertook a Fellowship in Spinal Surgery with Brisbane Spinal Surgeon Dr Geoff Askin. Dr Cutbush subsequently changed to training in Orthopaedic Surgery. He undertook basic non-training positions in Orthopaedic surgery at Darwin hospital with Dr Robert Pozzi and then at the Gold Coast Hospital.
Ken’s postgraduate study notes formed the basis of boneschool.com
and Ken is a founder of boneschool.com, which is a reference for Orthopaedic Trainees studying for their Orthopaedic Exams.
Dr Cutbush is actively involved in the Brisbane Private Hospital. He is the Chairman of the Brisbane Private Hospital Patient Care Review Committee and a member of the Brisbane Private Medical Advisory Committee.
Ken along with his colleague Ashish Gupta is the supervisor of two Australian Orthopaedic Association (AOA) accredited Fellowships in Shoulder Arthroscopy and Arthroplasty
training two Australian or Internationally trained Orthopaedic surgeons in subspecialty shoulder surgery.
Ken is actively engaged at a state and national level in Australian Surgical Societies. He is a member of the Australian Society of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery and the Australian Hand Surgery Society. He is a past President of the Queensland Hand Surgery Society and Secretary of the Queensland Shoulder Society.
Ken is the Queensland Chairman of the Australian Society of Orthopaedic Surgeons and is a past Scientific Secretary of the Queensland Branch of the Australian Orthopaedic Association. He is a member of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons Queensland Regional Committee.
The University of Queensland recognised DrCutbush for his work teaching medical students, and surgical colleagues, his scientific research and the contribution made through his leadership roles when it appointed him as Associate Professor. The Queensland University of Technology recently appointed Ken as Adjunct Professor.