Dr Andrew Mayo
Andrew undertook Orthopaedic training in Queensland. He has a special interest in upper limb surgery. Andrew grew up in Adelaide before completing his medical qualifications in Sydney at the University of New South Wales. He spent his years as a junior doctor and Orthopaedic trainee in Queensland. He undertook a Masters of Engineering at Queensland University of Technology in Orthopaedic research. In 2012 he completed his Orthopaedic training becoming a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.
Andrew then began sub-speciality training by undertaking Fellowships in upper limb surgery at the Royal Brisbane Hospital in 2013 and in Bristol, United Kingdom in 2014. Training in all aspects of hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder surgery. He then returned to Queensland in late 2014 working as a staff specialist Orthopaedic surgeon at Redcliffe Hospital and the Royal Brisbane and Womens’ Hospital.
From mid-2015 to mid 2016 Andrew underwent further sub-specialty training in hand surgery at the Auckland regional Plastic Reconstructive and Hand Surgery Unit based at Middlemore Hospital. He completed The Australian Hand Surgery Society Post-Fellowship Education and Training in Hand Surgery in February 2017. His practice is focussed on conditions of the upper extremity including the hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder. Andrew is currently the Director of Orthopaedics at the Royal Brisbane and Womens’ Hospital. Andrew is happy to treat traumatic injuries (including fractures, tendon, ligament, nerve and vessel) of the upper limb.