Glenelg Orthopaedics

Specialist in Shoulder, Hand, Elbow and Knee Surgery

Dr Gavin Nimon MBBS, FRACS FRCS (Ed), fAOA

Adelaide Orthopaedic Surgeon

Consulting Glenelg, Seaford, Mt Compass and Middleton

Dr Gavin Nimon, is an Adelaide Orthopaedic Surgeon specialising in shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, and knee surgery. His priority is to deliver the best possible outcomes for patients. With a focus on personalised assessments and state-of-the-art procedures, including arthroscopic reconstructive and stabilization techniques, we are committed to helping you regain your mobility and improve your quality of life.

Based in Glenelg, South Australia, Glenelg Orthopaedics and also  consulting at Seaford, Mt Compass, and Middleton, Dr Gavin Nimon provides an individualised and highest Quality Orthopaedic care in Adelaide.

Contact us today at (08) 8376 9988 to book a consultation and experience the difference of  quality orthopaedic and affordable care from an Adelaide Orthopaedic Surgeon.

Meet Dr. Gavin Nimon, with years of experience and a passion for helping patients, Dr. Nimon provides quality orthopaedic care at Glenelg Orthopaedics.

Dr Gavin Nimon

Adelaide Orthopaedic Surgeon

With over 20 years of experience

in Orthopaedic Surgery

Dr Nimon also is Head of Shoulder Surgery at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh as well as the Australian Orthopaedic Association.

Dr Nimon is very experienced in Orthopaedic Surgery, teaching the Queen Elizabeth Hospital registrars in Orthopaedic Surgery, many of whom are now working in Adelaide as consultant surgeons. As an orthopaedic surgeon, he is employed at the University of Adelaide as a senior lecturer, and is co-ordinator of the Musculo-skeletal 4th year medical program.

Dr Nimon is very committed to providing Quality Orthopaedic Care.

He believes that the patient is of utmost importance and deeply cares about offering the best possible advice and treatment.

Shoulder Surgery

Your shoulder is the most mobile joint in your body. Its job is to move your shoulder forward and backward, allowing your arm to turn in a circular motion. Many muscles, tendons and ligaments are involved in supporting and stabilising your shoulder so you can move your arm.
Dr Nimon performs shoulder reconstructions and arthroscopy (minimally invasive surgery) for a range of conditions including sports injuries, rotator cuff injuries and severe dislocations..

person with a painful elbow

Elbow Surgery

Dr Nimon is an expert in elbow surgery, specializing in providing personalized and high-quality orthopaedic care at Glenelg Orthopaedics. Whether you are experiencing sudden pain from trauma or dealing with tennis or golfer’s elbow, Dr Nimon is committed to offering advice and treatment that prioritizes your quality of life. Dr Nimon is your Adelaide based Orthopaedic Surgeon  for comprehensive elbow surgery solutions.

Carpal Tunnel

Hand and Wrist Surgery

Your hands and wrists play a vital role in your daily activities. At Glenelg Orthopaedics, Adelaide Orthopaedic Surgeon, we  specialise in surgeries to treat various hand and wrist conditions. Whether you are struggling with carpal tunnel syndrome, trigger finger or thumb, or wrist arthritis, Dr. Nimon is here to provide expert care and treatment. Trust us to deliver Quality and Affordable Orthopaedic Services for Hand and Wrist Surgery. Learn more about our comprehensive range of treatments to help you regain optimal hand and wrist functionality.

Knee Surgery

Your knee is one of the largest and most complex joints in your body, comprising bones, cartilage, tendons and ligaments. It bears your weight when you stand and absorbs shock when you step down.

Your knee is vulnerable to injury and can be prone to developing a number of ongoing conditions that limit your movements.

Dr Nimon is experienced in all facets of knee surgery, including knee replacements and arthroscopy.

Aussie Med Ed – Medical Podcast

As part of his educator role, Gavin established Aussie Med Ed in July 2020 as a way of keeping medical students engaged. Much of the content has relevance to patients and support people, so feel free to listen