North Shore Private Hospital
Part of Ramsay Health Care

North Shore Private Hospital specialist ANDREW STEPHENS

DR ANDREW STEPHENS

MBBS (Hons) FRACS (Ortho) FAOrthA

Dr Andrew Stephens is a fellowship trained Foot and Ankle Surgeon who has a wide experience in managing acute sporting and trauma of the lower limb as well as painful long term conditions of the foot and ankle

Dr Andrew Stephens is a fellowship trained Foot and Ankle Surgeon who has a wide experience in managing acute sporting and trauma of the lower limb as well as painful long term conditions of the foot and ankle. He began seeing foot and ankle conditions as a level 2 sports trained physiotherapist and progressed to completing an Honours degree in Medicine from Sydney University and completed Specialist training through the prestigious Northside Orthopaedic training program Australian Orthopaedic Association. He has completed fellowships in sports, trauma and arthroplasty in Victoria and the highly sought after Sydney Foot and Ankle fellowship. He has been operating in Switzerland with the esteemed Prof Hintermann with experience gained in sports injuries and managing the arthritic foot and ankle.

As a fellow of the Royal Australian College, Australian Orthopaedic Association, American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons and Societie Internationale de Chirurgie Orthopedique et de Traumalogy  he is at the cutting edge of foot and ankle orthopaedics.

Dr Stephens believes that patients appreciate his unrushed and informative manner. They are given time to ask questions and become fully aware of their medical conditions and treatment options. You can expect a comprehensive thorough assessment of your orthopaedic condition with opportunity for all questions and enquiries to be answered in an empathetic manner.

Specialising in:
•Claw/ Hammer Toes
•Bunions/ Hallux Valgus and bunionettes
•Midfoot arthritis/ Charcot arthropathy
•Lisfranc and Midfoot fractures/ dislocations
•Pes Planovalgus (Flat Feet)/ Tarsal coalition
•Pes Cavus (High arches) and Plantar fasciitis
•Ankle and subtalar osteoarthritis/ high ankle sprains/ ankle instability
•Talar dome lesions/ Peroneal subluxation
•Achilles tendinitis, Haglunds (Pump bump)
•Sporting knee injuries meniscal/ ligamentous
•Osteochondral injuries
•Fractures

Consults at :

Macquarie University Clinic
Suite 303, Level 3, 2 Technology Place, MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY, NSW 2109
Blacktown Clinic
Suite 204/ 30 Campbell Street, BLACKTOWN NSW 2148
Hornsby Clinic
85 Burdett Street, HORNSBY NSW 2077
Satellite Clinics
• 8A, 6- 8 Hannah Street, BEECROFT NSW 2119
• 104 Balmoral Road, HORNSBY NSW 2077