Chris has extensive experience in all Arthroscopic Knee procedures, including Cruciate Ligament and Complex Knee Ligament Reconstruction.
He has expertise in Patellofemoral issues, as well as Knee and Hip Joint Replacement.
Chris has been in private practice in Melbourne since 2004, and currently consults privately in East Melbourne, Ringwood, Knox and Werribee.
Chris operates at Epworth Freemasons East Melbourne, St Vincent’s Private East Melbourne and Kew, and Knox Private Hospital.
He will consult upon privately Insured, WorkCover, TAC, and Uninsured patients.
Chris’ areas of expertise are:
- Knee Arthroscopy
- Anterior and Posterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction
- Complex Knee Ligament Reconstruction
- Patello-Femoral Surgery
- Knee Replacement (total and partial with computer
navigation and robotic assistance)
- Revision Knee Replacement
- Knee Realignment
- Total Hip Replacement
It is a privilege to look after people and improve their quality of life with the surgery I can offer.
Chris Kondogiannis – Orthopaedic Surgeon
As the Federal Chair of Education and Training for the Australian Orthopaedic Association, Chris is actively involved in the competency-based training of orthopaedic surgical trainees.
Chris oversees training for over 200 orthopaedic trainees across Australia, to ensure the trainees become safe and skilled surgeons.
At the Royal Melbourne Hospital, Chris is the primary knee surgeon responsible for Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction, and Acute Reconstruction of the Multiple Ligament-Injured Knee. Chris takes pride in providing high quality public healthcare, and mentoring aspiring surgeons and surgeons in training.
Chris barracks for Collingwood and is a keen golfer. Little known fact: during his Uni years, Chris drove taxis for a living.
Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) Hons, University of Melbourne, 1991
Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS) since 2002
Fellow of the Australian Orthopaedic Association (FAOrthoA) since 2002
Education & Medical Training
Completed Orthopaedic Specialty Training in Victoria, 2001
Fellowship position at North Bristol NHS Trust, UK, 2002-2004 including:
– Subspecialty Training in Knee Sports Orthopaedics and Knee Replacement Surgery
– Subspecialty Training in Hip Replacement Surgery
– Consultant Surgeon Orthopaedics and Trauma, North Bristol NHS Trust, 2003
Federal Chair of Education and Training for the Australian Orthopaedic Association
Board Director Australian Orthopaedic Association
Mr Chris Kondogiannis consults at the following locations across Melbourne
Mr. Chris Kondogiannis operates at the following locations across Melbourne