Justin Roe is a highly experienced knee surgeon. He has performed over 4000 knee ligament reconstructions and 1200 knee replacement procedures since 2004. He treats a large number of professional athletes, returning them to elite function after injury, as well as recreational sports players, and those trying to stay active with osteoarthritic knees.
Justin Roe is a committed and notable leader in orthopaedic knee research and teaching. He was awarded the prestigious 2013 Scientific Award at the ISAKOS congress in Toronto and was appointed as a Conjoint Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of New South Wales in 2014. He has over 50 research papers published in international peer reviewed medical journals. In 2015 he established the North Sydney Orthopaedic Research Group, a collaborative platform for experienced Australian orthopaedic surgeons, and the Mater Orthopaedic Outcomes Registry with the Mater Hospital with the collective aim of producing high quality, clinically important research of orthopaedic conditions of the hip and knee.
Associate Professor Roe performs surgery at the Mater Private Hospital in Sydney, and consults at the Mater Hospital, Narrabeen and Gosford. In addition he offers video consultations, supported by digital forms and imaging facilities, for those who find this preferable, or more convenient.