Mr Kemble Wang is an Australian and USA-trained orthopaedic surgeon with specialist interest in
adult, adolescent, and paediatric shoulder/elbow/wrist/hand reconstruction. His areas of practice also include trauma and fracture surgery


Call (03) 9116 5868
Fax (03) 8648 6880
Email: kwadmin@mos.org.au

ABOUT

After completing his medical degree at the University of Melbourne, Mr Kemble Wang underwent orthopaedic training in the Victorian program of the Australian Orthopaedic Association. 

He then undertook sub-specialty clinical fellowship training in upper extremity surgery in Melbourne. This was followed by clinical fellowships at Boston Children's Hospital USA, Minnesota USA, as well as time spent with leading upper limb surgeons in New York. His broad experience at multiple centres gives him a wide practice scope and the ability to assist patients with a variety of complex problems. He is accredited as fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons as well as the Australian Orthopaedic Association. 

Mr Kemble Wang is a partner at Melbourne Orthopaedic Surgeons and consults privately at multiple locations, including East Melbourne and Knox. Publicly he practices at the Royal Children's Hospital and Box Hill Hospital.

Academically, Kemble participates in leading-edge research. He is an investigator at the Hand and Wrist Biomechanics Laboratory. He is also the current Victorian Scientific Secretary of the Australian Orthopaedic Association. He is a Senior Lecturer at Monash University.

Mr Kemble Wang is a member of the Australian Shoulder and Elbow Surgery Society, the Australian Hand Surgery Society, and the Australian Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgery Society

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Fellow of Royal Australasian College of Surgeons
Fellow of the Australian Orthopaedic Association
University of Melbourne graduate
Harvard Universitiy Alumni
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Boston Children's Hospital
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Royal Children's Hospial Melbourne
Eastern Health Melbourne
American academy of orthopaedic surgeons
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Victorian Shoulder &

Elbow Society

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Hand & Wrist

Biomechanics Laboratory

Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America

Trauma surgery

Adult and paediatric upper extremity conditions

Adult and paediatric sports injuries

Conditions Treated

Shoulder:

  • Sports injuries, dislocations, instabilities, labral problems

  • Degenerative conditions: cuff tears, arthritis, bursitis, impingement, biceps problems

  • All arthroscopic reconstructions

  • Total shoulder replacements

Elbow: 

  • Arthritis and degenerative changes

  • Arthroscopic treatment of impingement and stiffness

  • Tennis elbows and tendonitis

  • Sports injuries including osteochondritis dissecans

 

Wrist

  • Soft tissue and bony injuries

  • Degenerative conditions, thumb and wrist arthritis

  • Nerve related problems: carpal tunnels and other nerve compressions

  • Tendonitis and overuse conditions

Hand

  • Hand fractures

  • Nerve and tendon injuries

  • Arthritis of the hand and fingers

  • Trigger finger and thumb

Paediatric and Adolescent

  • Congenital problems

  • Sequelae of injuries that did not heal well

  • All trauma, fractures, and sporting injuries

Trauma

  • All orthopaedic trauma, fractures

  • Tendon injuries, joint injuries

TAC (Transport Accident Commission) and WorkCover patients welcome

Locations and Contact

For all appointments, please contact

tel: 03 9116 5868

fax: 03 8648 6880

email: kwadmin@mos.org.au

alternate website: www.melbourneorthopaedicsurgeons.com

For emergency advice for GPs, ED physicians, and other referrers, Mr Wang can be contacted on 0411 811 182

Private Consultation Locations

  • Melbourne Orthopaedic Surgeons, 170 Gipps St, East Melbourne, 3002

  • Knox Private Hospital, 262 Mountain Highway, Wantirna 3152

Mr Wang will provide a friendly and professional service with an emphasis on clear communication and the highest standards of surgical practice. He will carefully listen as you tell him about your problem. He will then examine and explain to you the likely diagnosis. You may be required to undergo a scan, such as an Xray or CAT scan to confirm the diagnosis. He will go through with you a balanced and thorough explanation of the pros and cons of any proposed surgery. Dr Wang is determined to address all of your concerns and meet your expectations, and most importantly, provide the correct orthopaedic advice. 

Mr Kemble Wang also works publicly at Royal Children's Hospital and Eastern Health (Box Hill Hospital). Patients in the public health system may be able to arrange a referral from their GPs to see Mr Wang at these locations. These referrals will need to go through the public hospital systems and will be subject to the usual public system waiting list

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