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Dr Anubhav Sathu

Specialty: Orthopaedic Surgery: Lower Limb
Clinical Interests: Robotic surgery, hip and knee reconstructive surgery, foot and ankle surgery
Practices at: MHB MPHB MPHR
Phone 07 3010 5773
Fax07 3010 5764
Email[email protected]

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Suite 4.10, Level 4
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550 Stanley Street
South Brisbane QLD 4101
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Dr Anubhav Sathu is a New Zealand trained orthopaedic surgeon who admits patients to Mater Private Hospital Brisbane and Mater Private Hospital Redland, in addition to working at Mater Hospital Brisbane. 

He has 15 years’ experience specialising in lower limb orthopaedics.

Dr Sathu completed his medical degree at the University of Auckland in 2002 and subsequently was accepted onto the New Zealand Orthopaedic training programme, completing his training in Dunedin, Hamilton and Auckland. He became a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (Orthopaedics) in 2013. 

He has further completed two years of sub-speciality fellowships in the UK and Australia. In 2014 he completed the Exeter Primary and Revision Hip Arthroplasty Fellowship at Exeter in the UK and then went onto complete a six month hip and knee reconstructive surgery fellowship in Sydney. Finally, he successfully completed the Brisbane Foot and Ankle Fellowship in 2015. This further training focused on advanced orthopaedic techniques.

His main areas of interest include:

  • Hip replacement surgery including anterior hip replacement surgery
  • Robotic and computer navigated knee replacement surgery
  • Hip and knee arthroscopic and sports surgery
  • All foot and ankle surgery
  • Sports injuries
  • Medicolegal, DVA, and work cover reports

Dr Sathu is dedicated to offering his patients the latest in digital surgery by using the VELYS orthopaedic surgical robot for Total Knee Arthroplasty (TKA), where appropriate. Robotic-assisted procedures are generally less invasive and allow high surgical precision.

Dr Sathu has been involved in research and teaching throughout his training and fellowship and is a published author in orthopaedic texts and journal articles. He is currently involved in active research at the Mater Hospital Brisbane as well as the education of medical students through to registrars and fellows in orthopaedic surgery.


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