Dr Samuels brings advanced skill and knowledge in the management of general orthopedic disorders, reconstructive surgery, emergency trauma, fractures and acute injuries, as well as long-term rehabilitation.
In his practice as a joint replacement surgeon, Dr Samuels has specialised expertise in the reconstruction of arthritic joints.
Dr Samuels is a Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon in the Department of Surgery at the University Hospital of the West Indies, and a Lecturer of Orthopedics in the Faculty of Medical Sciences at the same institution
He completed his MBBS in the year 2000, followed by his post-graduate D.M. Orthopedics Degree both at the University of the West Indies.
Dr Samuels attained Australian Orthopedic Association fellowship training in the subspecialties of hip and knee joint replacement and reconstruction, in Sydney, Melbourne and the Gold Coast of Australia.
He delivers cutting-edge surgical expertise in the management of general orthopedic conditions, with a special focus on hip and knee joint replacements as well as complex and revision surgery. This includes the anterior approach to hip replacements, one of the latest techniques in the field, which is minimally invasive and aids rapid patient recovery.
Dr Samuels is highly dedicated to all aspects of his patient’s care, from consultation to rehabilitation.
Dr Samuels admits patients and performs surgeries at the following facilities:
Australian Orthopaedic Association Fellowships in Sydney, Melbourne and the Gold Coast, Australia, with formal training in:
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