Dr Jarrad Stevens is a Melbourne-trained Orthopaedic Surgeon who specialises in conditions affecting bone and joints. His sub-specialty interests include trauma, hip and knee joint replacement and soft tissue conditions around the knee.

Jarrad graduated Medical School from the University of Adelaide in 2006 going on to complete the Victorian Orthopaedic training program in 2016. He accepted a consultant position at Peninsula Health before moving to the United Kingdom for two years of subspecialty training.

In 2017, Jarrad completed his first fellowship in complex and revision hip and knee joint replacement surgery at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, Scotland. During this time, Jarrad gained valuable experience in robotic joint replacements and was awarded a Post Graduate Diploma in computer assisted Orthopaedic surgery.

“I am determined to help my patients restore the freedom they have lost.”

Dr Jarrad Stevens

Specialist Education —

In 2018 he completed his advanced trauma surgery fellowship at Southmead Major Trauma Centre in England. Jarrad then completed a further fellowship at the prestigious Avon Orthopaedic Centre, where he specialised in soft tissue knee surgery, patellofemoral joint stabilisation procedures, ACL reconstruction and sports injuries.

During his time in the United Kingdom, Jarrad was awarded his Master of Surgery degree from the University of Edinburgh and was presented the Sir Harold Stiles Medal for his research into revision knee replacements.

Professional Practice —

Complementing a strong academic background, Jarrad is serving member of the Australian Defence Force, and has deployed as a trauma surgeon on active service to Iraq, Kuwait, Afghanistan and other areas of the Middle East.

Jarrad now works with patients in the public and private sectors in Melbourne and regularly cares for soft tissue and bone injury, sporting injuries and chronic disease. His interests are in hip and knee joint surgeries, joint replacement, ACL reconstruction as well as trauma, soft tissue injury and surgery for fractures.