Dr. Brett Fritsch
Orthopaedic Knee Surgeon

Dr Brett Fritsch

Dr Brett Fritsch is an Orthopaedic Surgeon who specialises exclusively in Knee surgery. He has particular interest in robotic knee replacement, ACL and other ligament reconstruction, patella instability, and limb realignment (osteotomy). With over 15 years experience, and having performed over 5000 knee surgeries, published over 40 peer reviewed research papers in international journals, and been an invited speaker at conferences from the USA to Europe, Japan, India, China, and South America, Dr Fritsch has a reputation as an innovator and leader in surgery of the knee.

Brett’s busy clinical practice is located in central Sydney, and combined with a keen research interest and a focus on technology innovation and its application to advanced knee surgery. He is a Director of the Sydney Orthopaedic Research Institute, Chairman of the Knee Sports and Preservation Committee for the International Society of Knee Surgery and Orthopaedic Sports Medicine (ISAKOS), and the Research lead for the Orthopaedics Robotics program at the Institute for Academic Surgery at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. He is an active member of numerous national and international knee surgery organisations including the Australian Knee Society, the ACL Study Group, and the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.

Brett completed his Orthopaedic training in Sydney before being selected for fellowships in Sports Surgery at Duke University, North Carolina, USA and Advanced Arthroscopy at the Alps Surgical Institute in Annecy France. He has a background as an elite level sportsman which stimulated his interest in techniques for returning all patients to their recreational and occupational activity of choice, with the aim to restore and prolong a lifetime of activity.

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