Author: A/Prof Sam Adie

A/Prof Sam Adie

Associate Professor Sam Adie is an academic Orthopaedic Surgeon providing care in the St. George and Sutherland Shire, and surrounding regions.

A/Prof Adie is triple fellowship trained with two postgraduate Masters degrees and a PhD from the University of New South Wales. After completing his training in Sydney, Sam completed fellowships at three eminent centres: The University of Toronto, Canada, the University of Oxford, United Kingdom, and the Prince of Wales Hospital, Sydney. 

Sam has a passion for research and education; he has published 50 peer reviewed publications and supervises several PhD students. Given his background, A/Prof Adie endeavours to bring an educational aspect into his patient care. He enjoys taking the time to go over clinical details with patients so they understand their treatment pathway.

A/Prof Adie’s specialist interests include: Hip and knee joint replacement surgery Foot and ankle surgery Complex orthopaedic trauma surgery (of all regions of the body) and deformity correction  Sports injuries  

Sam prides himself on his organisational skills, clear communication style and commitment to his patients.

Selecting and Optimising Patients for Knee Replacement

In this episode of PodMD, Orthopaedic Surgeon and Associate Professor Sam Adie will be discussing the topic of selecting and optimising patients for knee replacement surgery, including how to select the right patient, how a GP can help in optimisation, when a GP should refer and more. Transcript Please note this is a machine generated… Read more »

Weight Loss Before a Joint Replacement

In this episode of PodMD, A/Prof Sam Adie, Orthopaedic Surgeon will chat about helping your patient with relevant weight loss before joint replacement surgery. He will discuss how to help them through the journey, who is more predisposed to this and how to make exercise accessible to someone with painful joints already. Transcript Please note… Read more »