Mr Angus Keogh
Mr Angus Keogh
Mr Angus Keogh is a locally trained Orthopaedic Upper Limb Surgeon, practicing in both private and public Hospitals in Perth.
Mr Keogh has extensive experience in all aspects of upper limb surgery from major hand injuries to complex degenerative problems of the shoulder.
Mr Keogh finished his basic Orthopaedic training in Western Australia in 2009 after achieving the Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of Surgeons. He then undertook post fellowship training in Melbourne, Australia under the tutelage of Mr Tony Berger and Mr Stephen Tham at St Vincent's Hospital, and subsequently with Professor Greg Bain in Adelaide. He has been mentored into his upper limb practice by Mr Jeff Ecker in Western Australia.
He is an active member of the Australian Hand Surgery Society, national and Western Australian branches, and the Australian Orthopaedic Association (AOA).
He is the current AOA hand module coordinator for the orthopaedic trainees 'Bone School' and is currently an active member of the organising committee for the West Australian Hand Surgery Society Annual Meeting.
Mr Keogh presents regularly on topics related to upper limb surgery at local and international meetings. He is a passionate researcher with interests in elbow instability and forearm perforator flaps.
He has published in international peer reviewed journals.
Bachelor of Science (Hons), Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, Fellow of the Australian Orthopaedic Association