Dr Tyson Doneley works in Brisbane, Australia, as a qualified lower limb orthopaedic surgeon. Specialising in surgery of the hip and knee, he performs a wide spectrum of procedures including hip and knee arthroscopy, ACL reconstruction, total knee replacement and total hip replacement.
He also treats people with acute orthopaedic injuries, including lower limb fractures, sports injuries and acute knee injuries.
Dr Doneley consults from his rooms located within Brisbane Private Hospital, as well as regular sessions at the Greenslopes Private Hospital - Greenslopes, Redlands Specialist Centre - Cleveland, Tyack Health - Manly West, Hyperdome Medical Centre - Loganholme, and Taringa Medical Centre - Taringa. Referrals are reviewed by Dr Doneley to ensure expedient appointments for urgent conditions.
Dr Doneley primarily operates at Brisbane Private Hospital - Spring Hill, as well as Greenslopes Private Hospital – Greenslopes, and Mater Private Hospital – Springfield.
Dr Tyson Doneley is a specialised knee and hip arthritis surgeon with a special interest in anterior approach total hip replacement. He trained as an orthopaedic surgeon in Queensland and has subsequently undertaken fellowship training in both Australia and the United Kingdom, where he refined his methodology in a wide range of procedures, making him one of the most well trained and qualified orthopaedic surgeons in Brisbane.
He has worked under the tutelage of renowned orthopaedic surgeons in world-class institutions such as the Princess Elizabeth Orthopaedic Centre in Exeter, U.K. a leading European Centre of Excellence for hip replacement surgery. Dr Doneley has also worked with the orthopaedic surgeons at the highly esteemed “Gold Coast Centre for Bone and Joint Surgery” where he trained in total joint replacement and sports medicine surgery.
His special interests are anterior approach total hip replacement and computer navigated total knee replacement. He runs an innovative practice dedicated to enhancing patient outcomes. He is committed to the teaching of medical students and trainee orthopaedic surgeons and the further development of orthopaedic knowledge through research activities.