A/Professor Cutbush is Chief Supervisor of two Fellowships in Shoulder Arthroscopy and Arthroplasty. These fellowships are both accredited with the Australian Orthopaedic Association
The principal supervisors of the fellowships are A/Professor Ken Cutbush and A/Professor Ashish Gupta. Co-supervisors of the fellowship are Dr Tony O’Neill and Professor Ross Crawford.
The fellowship gives exposure to advanced arthroscopic shoulder surgery and shoulder arthroplasty. Fellows will receive training in all aspects of shoulder surgery. The training will encompass arthroscopic rotator cuff repair including revision surgery and superior capsular reconstruction; instability surgery and arthroscopic bone block procedures, including arthroscopic posterior bone block and arthroscopic latarjet surgery.
The fellow will gain exposure to arthroscopic reconstruction procedures for AC Joint instability both chronic and acute; tendon transfers as isolated procedures and combined with shoulder replacement; postoperative and post-traumatic surgical release of contractures including for joint replacement surgery; frozen shoulder release; brachial plexus release and dissection; reconstruction of profound axillary, suprascapular and musculocutaneous nerve injuries using nerve transfers; and shoulder fusions.
It is the aim of the fellowship that the fellow will develop a high level of competency in and an affinity for shoulder surgery.
The shoulder fellow works at the Greenslopes Hospital, Brisbane Private Hospital and Princess Alexandra Hospital. There is a robust research link to the Queensland University of Technology.
Expressions of interest by email are encouraged. Please email Kenneth Cutbush using the expression of interest form below.
Ideally, the expression of interest would include, a curriculum vitae, covering letter (preferably giving some insight into the applicant’s interest in shoulder surgery, their desire to undertake the fellowship and their future career hopes) and referees with email and phone numbers.