North Shore Private Hospital would like to introduce Dr Tack Shin Lee, Orthopaedic Surgeon with special interests in but not limited to knee and shoulder arthroscopic, reconstructive and joint replacement surgery.
Dr Lee graduated in medicine from the Flinders University of South Australia with honours. He undertook AOA advanced orthopaedic training in NSW. During his training, he spent six months in USA as a paediatric orthopaedic fellow.
At the completion of his advanced training, Dr Lee furthered his sub-specialty training in trauma as a fellow at the Royal North Shore hospital. After which he went on to complete a Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh accredited knee reconstruction and arthroplasty fellowship with Dr Michael Wilkinson at the King’s College Hospital in London and a shoulder arthroscopy fellowship at the King’s College Hospital with Dr Adel Tavakkolizadeh. Dr Lee also spent twelve months as a sports physician at the Crystal Palace Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Centre in London.
Dr Lee is fluent in Chinese particularly Hakka, Cantonese and Mandarin and is also conversant in Bahasa Malaysian.
Dr Lee can provide services in knee and shoulder arthroscopy, meniscal and rotator cuff repairs, ACL reconstruction, total knee and uni-compartment knee replacements, and fracture management of the hip, knee, ankle, arm, forearm and wrist.