Dr Anthony Nguyen

Dr Anthony Nguyen

About Dr Anthony Nguyen

Foot and Ankle Surgeon
Foot and Ankle Surgeon Dr Anthony Nguyen specialises in preventative care, treatment and rehabilitation for a range of foot and ankle ailments, injuries and conditions including bone, joint, muscle, ligament, tendon, nerve, bunion and arthritis pain. Dr Nguyen exclusively operates on conditions of the foot and ankle, having completed sub-specialty fellowship training in London at the prestigious Fortius Clinic, where the focus of his work was the management of sports injuries in the high-level athlete, as well as keyhole bunion surgery. He specialises in keyhole bunion and endoscopic plantar fascia surgery, foot arthritis and corrective surgery, and sports injuries of the ankle. He currently consults at our Stepney Healthcare Hub and Morphett Vale. A GP referral is required to make an appointment with Dr Nguyen.

Special Interests

  • Sports Injuries, including the management of the professional athlete
  • Fractures, dislocations and traumatic injuries to the foot and ankle
  • Foot: Minimally invasive surgery, including bunion correction, plantar fascia release, lesser toe correction
  • Ankle: Treatment of ligament injury, anterior and posterior arthroscopy, syndesmosis injury
  • Achilles: Treatment of tendinopathy and rupture.

Service Location

Stepney Healthcare Hub
Morphett Vale

Qualifications

  • Clinical Fellowship in Foot & Ankle Surgery, Fortius Clinic, London, 2018
  • Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of Surgeons, 2017
  • Fellowship of the Australian Orthopaedic Association, 2017
  • Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, University of Adelaide, 2006
  • Associate Clinical Lecturer, University of Adelaide.

Awards & Achievements

  • Visiting Medical Specialist, Orthopaedics and Trauma, Royal Adelaide Hospital, 2018
  • Research Grant Award, British Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society, 2018
  • Young Leader, Australian Orthopaedic Association, 2017
  • President, South Australian Orthopaedic Registrars Association, 2016
  • Citation for Excellence in Clinical Teaching, University of Adelaide, 2010 and 2015.

Practitioner Blog

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