Dr Todd Mason is an Australian and internationally trained Orthopaedic surgeon. He specialises in the treatment of sports injuries of the shoulder and knee and degenerative conditions of the hip, knee and shoulder.
Dr Mason grew up in Launceston, Tasmania and graduated from medical school at the University of Tasmania with First Class Honours in 2009.
After completing specialist training in Victoria, Todd worked as a consultant Orthopaedic surgeon at the Austin Hospital for 18 months where he focused on and gained extensive experience in the treatment of Orthopaedic trauma.
Todd then travelled to the UK, undertaking fellowships at the Avon Orthopaedic Centre in Bristol and the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary in Scotland. Here he was able to develop subspecialty expertise in the management of patellofemoral conditions, partial knee replacement and revision hip and knee arthroplasty.
Todd’s final fellowship was in Toronto, Canada. He spent 12 months acquiring additional subspecialist training through the University of Toronto Orthopaedic Sports Medicine (UTOSM) program. During this time, he attained further experience in the treatment of complex knee and shoulder sports injuries with a special interest in arthroscopic reconstruction and joint preservation procedures.
Dr Mason believes that communication is essential to achieve the best possible outcome for the treatment of your condition. He will take the time needed to ensure all of your questions are answered to your satisfaction and to develop a management plan that is tailored to your specific needs.
Dr Mason operates at the Epworth and St John of God Hospitals in Geelong and holds a public appointment at the University Hospital of Geelong.
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- MBBS (Hons)
- FRACS (Ortho)
The Geelong Orthopaedics Group conducts regular auditing and feedback for quality assurance. Whilst research and teaching enhance the continuing professional development of surgeons, we also have weekly meetings to review all cases performed and those upcoming at the University Hospital Geelong. We participate in monthly literature review meetings to keep up with the latest scientific studies. A monthly audit takes place to review all difficult cases. In our private practice at Geelong Orthopaedics we also track our patients results and improvements using questionnaires and measurements using a results registry. We track all our arthroplasty (joint replacement) patients via the Australian Orthopaedic Association National Joint Registry and the Geelong St John of God joint registry. This is designed to maintain the highest quality treatments and ensure there is constant feedback and improvement.
- Royal Australasia College of Surgeons
- Australian Orthopaedic Association
- American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine