Education, Training & Specialist Skills
A foot or ankle injury or joint degeneration can make sport, work and everyday life a challenge. Even walking, which we take for granted becomes difficult.
“I aim to provide you with the highest quality care to reduce pain and restore function, so you can take part in your usual everyday activities.” – Mr Troy Keith.
Learn more about Mr Keith’s:
Foot and ankle orthopaedic surgery
“Every consultation involves carefully listening to you and examining your pain and injury problems. My goal is to map out the potential best course of action needed to get you back to your everyday activities.” – Mr Troy Keith.
Mr Keith specialises in:
- Ankle Ligament Reconstruction
- Ankle Arthritis Management
And Foot and Ankle Conditions including:
- Achilles Problems
- Hammer and Claw Toes
- Big toe and Midfoot Arthritis
- Painful Flat Feet.
Education & Training
Mr Keith completed his specialist orthopaedic training in Victoria. He is also fellowship trained in Foot and Ankle surgery having completed his Foot and Ankle sub-speciality training at Addenbrooks Cambridge University Hospital, Cambridge UK.
“In order to provide you with the highest level of surgical expertise and care, I have undertaken education and training with local
and international foot and ankle specialists.” – Mr Troy Keith.
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Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Fellowship
Addenbrooks Cambridge University Hospital, Cambridge UK.
Mr Keith has presented at State and National meetings in Australia as well as having research papers published in peer reviewed foot and ankle journals. He maintains an active role in foot and ankle research, with ties to Cambridge University and Addenbrookes Hospital, United Kingdom.
Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Fellowship
Gillingham, Kent UK.
Mr Keith is also a current member of the British, American and European Foot and Ankle Societies, with academic interests in medical education. He has been involved with the selection process for entry in post-graduate Medicine at Melbourne University over several years.
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Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons
In 2013, Mr Keith earned his FRACS distinction, recognised as a Specialist Orthopaedic surgeon.
This distinction is only awarded to specialist surgeons who have completed a minimum of 12 years medical and surgical education,
with at least 5 years of specialist postgraduate training.
Mr Keith is an active member of the following professional organisations: