Welcome to Glenelg Orthopaedics
Glenelg Orthopaedics is owned and operated by Dr Gavin Nimon. Dr Nimon is an Adelaide based orthopaedic surgeon with over 21 years’ experience in shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand and knee surgery.
Dr Nimon specialises in totally arthroscopic reconstructive and stabilization procedures to the shoulder including Rotator Cuff repairs, SLAP repairs, treatment of bursitis and AC joint arthritis.
We aim to provide quality orthopaedic care for Adelaide residents, performing an individualised assessment for each and every patient.
As your local Adelaide shoulder surgeon, Dr Nimon specialises in shoulder reconstructions and arthroscopy for a range of conditions including sports injuries, rotator cuff injuries and severe dislocations.
Dr Nimon is experienced in all facets of knee surgery, including knee replacements and arthroscopy. The most common conditions treated with knee surgery include arthritis, trauma such as falls, and sports injuries.
Hand & Wrist Surgery
Dr Nimon routinely performs surgeries for a range of hand and wrist conditions, including carpal tunnel, trigger finger or thumb and arthritis. He also performs surgery for tennis and golfer’s elbow if it is deemed necessary.
About Dr Nimon
As well as performing surgeries, Dr Nimon is Head of Shoulder and Upper Limb 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 medical students and Orthopaedic trainees as part of his employment as a senior lecturer at the University of Adelaide and Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
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