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The Gold Coast Surgeon for Hip and Knee Sports Injuries

Sports injuries are becoming more and more common due to the ever-growing passion for sport in Australia, and the demands that professional sport puts on players. Dr Agolley has a special interest in injuries of the hip and knee. Speak to an experienced surgeon today to get back to the sport you love.

 

Acute Hip and Knee Sports Injury Clinic

Some injuries require urgent assessment and potentially earlier intervention by a surgeon to ensure a faster recovery. Dr Agolley runs an acute sports injury clinic.

Acute Hip and Knee Sports Injury Clinic

 

Hip Labral Tear

Labral tears usually occur due to shape problems of the hip joint in young active individuals. The most common shape problem is hip impingement or femoroacetabular impingement.

Hip Labral Tear

 

Hip Ligamentum Teres Tear

The Ligamentum teres is a source of groin pain common in young athletes, dancers and gymnasts. It also occurs in athletes with Femoroacetabular impingement. Ligamentum teres tears can be a debilitating condition.

Hip Ligamentum Teres Tear

 

Hip Hamstring Tear

Hamstring Tears (Proximal hamstring avulsion) of the tendon from the pelvis are becoming recognised much more commonly. If left untreated it may leave the athlete with chronic thigh pain, a protracted recovery course and a weaker hamstring compared to those surgically repaired

Hip Hamstring Tear

 

Knee ACL Injury

Commonly, the ACL is injured in a non-contact injury where the knee ‘twists’ during foot landing or push-off. The feeling or sound of a “pop” may be experienced, followed by pain, swelling and instability of the knee joint.

Knee ACL Injury

 

Knee Meniscal Tear

The meniscus in the knee, are two C-shaped fibrocartilage structures that are positioned between the femur and the tibia. Due to the complex movements of the knee joint, combined with general wear and tear with life, the meniscus can be prone to injury, particularly with twisting and squatting.

Knee Meniscal Tear

 

Patella Dislocation

Patella instability is a condition where the patella (knee cap) is not guided centrally in the knee, and falls off to the side. This causes pain and apprehension in movement, stopping patients from having an active life.

Patella Dislocation

 

Get back to the sports you love faster

There’s no reason to let pain affect your quality of life. Dr David Agolley is an orthopaedic sports injury surgeon dedicated to helping you get back to a sporting life. He is passionate about restoring the mobility of Australians and helping them towards potentially getting a part of their life back they may have feared lost. His expertise as a surgeon includes knee arthroscopy, ACL reconstructions and hip arthroscopy.

Dr Agolley consults at John Flynn Private Hospital and Gold Coast Surgical Hospital. He operates at a number of hospitals across the Gold Coast, QLD and North Coast, NSW including John Flynn Private Hospital, Gold Coast Surgical Private Hospital, The Tweed District Hospital and Murwillumbah District Hospital. Contact his office on 07 5598 0530 to arrange a consultation.