Mr Eden Raleigh is an Australian trained Orthopaedic Surgeon with extensive overseas surgical experience in London, Paris and Canada. His main interests are complex shoulder and knee surgery.
After completing his medical degree at Monash University in 1998, and his surgical residency at the Alfred Hospital, he was selected into the Australian Orthopaedic Training Program in 2003, completing his training in 2006. He then spent two and a half years undergoing sub-speciality fellowship training in shoulder and knee surgery.
Eden was awarded the Guy's & St. Thomas Orthopaedic Arthroplasty Fellowship in 2008, in London, UK, after completing a 1 year trauma fellowship at the Royal Melbourne Hospital in 2007. Eden then spent 6 months in Paris working with Europe's finest surgeons at the prestigious Centre Médico-Chirurgical Paris V Hospital, where he was also heavily involved in research activities.
Upon completion of his fellowship in Paris, he travelled to Canada to work at the internationally renowned Panam Clinic, where he obtained a fellowship in Shoulder Surgery. He worked under the supervision of Prof. Peter MacDonald, who is a world-renowned expert in shoulder stabilisation surgery.
Eden has gained considerable experience in all aspects of shoulder and knee surgery, with particular interest in complex arthroscopic rotator cuff and shoulder stabilisation procedures. He also spent time in Montpellier, France, with the designers (Jacques Tessier et al) of the TESS Reverse Shoulder Replacement to gain further experience in arthroplasty shoulder surgery. He has a number of internationally-published research papers and has delivered presentations both in Australia and overseas.
Mr Raleigh has affiliations with many professional Sporting Clubs and Leagues and continues to update his skills with the latest techniques in both shoulder surgery and knee surgery.
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