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Jeff Ecker

Jeff Ecker

JEFF ECKER

BMedSc (Hons), MBBS, FRACS, FAOrthA
Hand, Wrist and Microsurgery

Founder of Western Orthopaedic Clinic. Hand, Wrist, & Microsurgeon

Mr Jeff Ecker is an internationally renowned surgeon who specialises in hand and wrist conditions.

Recognised as an exceptional hand and wrist surgeon trained in orthopaedics, plastics and microsurgery, Mr Ecker regularly presents, teaches and publishes on key aspects of hand and wrist surgery around the world.

He performs arthroscopic, endoscopic, open, micro-vascular, joint replacement, reconstructive and traumatic surgery on both bone and soft tissue. As a result, Mr Ecker is often called upon to operate on some of the most challenging injuries, disorders and corrective reconstructive work. His specialist interest is in the treatment of complex wrist problems including scaphoid fractures,fracture non-unions and wrist arthroscopy.

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Jeff’s Professional Affiliations are:

Fellow Royal Australasian College of Surgeons

Australian Orthopaedic Association

Board of Australian Hand Surgery Society (AHSS)

Secretary of AHSS

Board of The Western Australian Society of Hand Surgeons (WASHS)

Chairman of WASHS

Board of the Asia Pacific Wrist Association (APWA)

Chairman of Education Committee of APWA

Affiliations - Jeff Ecker
Affiliations - Jeff Ecker

Consulting Rooms

SUBIACO

St John of God Medical Clinic
Suite 213
25 McCourt St, Subiaco WA 6008
Phone 08 9489 8744
Fax 08 6210 1899

CLAREMONT

Bethesda Hospital
25 Queenslea Dr, Claremont WA 6010
Phone 08 9334 0750
Fax 08 6210 1899

Operating Theatres

SUBIACO

St John of God Hospital
12 Salvado Rd, Subiaco 6008
Phone 08 9382 6111

MURDOCH

St John of God Hospital
100 Murdoch Drive, Murdoch WA 6150
Phone 08 9366 1111

CLAREMONT

Bethesda Hospital
25 Queenslea Dr, Claremont WA 6010
Phone 08 9340 6300

Procedures


Wrist Injuries

Hand

  • Trauma – Reconstructive
  • Endoscopic Supraretinacular Carpal Tunnel Release
  • High Pressure Injection Injuries
  • Workers’ Compensation Patients