Dr James Fardoulys MBBS, FRACS
Located on St Andrews War Memorial Hospital Campus
Dr James Fardoulys obtained his medical degree from the University of Queensland Medical School. He received his orthopaedic training from the Queensland Branch of the Australian Orthopaedic Association and obtained his FRACS in 1990.
He was deputy Director of Orthopaedics at Royal Brisbane Hospital in 1990 before travelling overseas for Fellowships in Graz, Austria 1990 (trauma), Dublin, Ireland 1991-1992 (paediatrics) and London, Ontario, Canada 1992-1993 (arthroplasty). After two years of general orthopaedic practice in Brisbane he returned overseas in 1995-1996 to the Hospital For Special Surgery in New York for subspecialty training in arthroscopic shoulder and knee surgery.
Since returning to Brisbane in 1996, he has been in private practice at St Andrew’s War Memorial Hospital, Brisbane, subspecializing in shoulder and knee arthroscopic surgery and sports injuries. He is a member of the Australian Knee Society, the Australian Shoulder and Elbow Society, the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons and is a Senior Lecturer with the Griffith University Medical School and University of Queensland Medical School.
He is the Orthopaedic Surgeon for the following clubs and associations:
Queensland Cricket Association, Queensland Bulls, Brisbane Lions Australian Football Club, AFL Qld, Queensland Tennis Association, The Queensland Academy of Sport & The National Combat Sports Centre of Excellence.